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Nice park, well laid out, but the one-way roads can be confusing if you don't watch closely!
wifi is a "hot-spot" in the office. We didn't use it.
There are a LOT of apparent full-time residents this year. IMO, some of their kids need closer supervision. There seemed to be some bullying going on.
No fires, no tents, $5 fee if you want to wash your RV.
We stayed 2 nights, mid-week, in a 32 foot Class A. Total cost (with senior/military discount) $92.66.
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Posted: 08/24/12 05:36pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

mowermech wrote:

IMO, some of their kids need closer supervision.
We found this to be true. Many, many brats.

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Thanks for the report.
I was thinking of staying there my next trip through the area.

This summer we stayed at Blackwell Island RV Park and was not happy with the way we were treated.

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4x4Bob wrote:

Thanks for the report.
I was thinking of staying there my next trip through the area.

This summer we stayed at Blackwell Island RV Park and was not happy with the way we were treated.

Bob


I would have no qualms about staying there again. I definitely would ask for a site close to Mullan Road again, to get away from the freeway noise. It is only mildly annoying, but still...
The little brats were mainly on the other side of the park, so we didn't hear them much. Once was more than enough!

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$92.66 for two nights with discounts! Thanks but no thanks. We stayed there a number of years ago, and try to make some of their interior turns with a dualy crew and a 38' fiver without scaring the tires on their damnable rocks laid around the turns. I made it but it was the last time of staying there.

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We stopped using small mobile home parks for this reason years ago. I know lots of people using RVs for homes now, but not sure RV parks are the right place for them. I always take a quick look around before choosing to stay or find a more pleasant place to stay.


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I recommend the Alpine Country Store and RV Park in Hayden, Idaho which is located just north of Coeur d’Alene for those visiting the area. It does not offer fancy amenities, but it has pull-through sites for larger RV’s, full hook ups, well-kept lawns, shade trees, and clean rest rooms. My wife and I stayed there for a week last year and would do so again if we were to camp in the Coeur d’Alene area in the future.

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