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Posted: 01/15/10 06:57pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

anitajeff wrote:

RCMAN46 wrote:

What time of the year will you be going through Idaho Falls?


We will be in Idaho Falls May 28th. Just passing through on our way to AK.
There is a nice RV park about 10 miles south of Idaho Falls. Bingham County Park It has water and power. No sewer hookup. There is a on site RV dump. There is another RV park in Blackfoot about 25 miles south of Idaho Falls. It is at the South East Idaho Fairgrounds in Blackfoot, Idaho. Same setup as the Bingham County Park. I am not sure of the fees but it is around $15 per night.

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South Tourist Park is nice...we stay there every time we're in Idaho Falls. I cannot recommend North Tourist Park because, as mentioned, it's located at the juncture of two very busy roads. It'd be OK for a quick lunch stop, but not for overnighting, IMO.

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chuckster11 wrote:

I am unfamiliar with the Idaho Falls park but there is an option that is easy on, easy off I-15 at Fort Hall (25 miles south of IF). There is a new RV park with full hookups adjacent to the Casino. Might want to look at that if you are interested in convenience.


Thanks chuckster11. We have decided to spend the night here. As you said very easy on and off from I-15. $20 per night with hookups.

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Posted: 01/18/10 10:39am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

anitajeff wrote:

chuckster11 wrote:

I am unfamiliar with the Idaho Falls park but there is an option that is easy on, easy off I-15 at Fort Hall (25 miles south of IF). There is a new RV park with full hookups adjacent to the Casino. Might want to look at that if you are interested in convenience.


Thanks chuckster11. We have decided to spend the night here. As you said very easy on and off from I-15. $20 per night with hookups.



It should be pretty quiet there for you Anita, hope you enjoy Southeast Idaho--great weather and greater people. If you are into gambling, go over to the casino and win big--get back some of the money I have donated over the years!!!

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