Best RV Parks in Idaho

RV Parks in Idaho

The Gem State is full of amazing things to see and do. There are plenty of destinations worth exploring, from the majestic Rocky Mountains in the west to the vast prairies in eastern Idaho.

In addition to its natural beauty, the state is packed with opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, including hot springs and hiking trails.

No matter what you're interested in, you’re sure to find something to love in Idaho. Pack your bags and get ready for an unforgettable adventure.

See all RV Parks in Idaho.

RV Campgrounds in Idaho Falls

Located in eastern Idaho, Idaho Falls has a rich history and culture, which you can learn about at museums like the Museum of Idaho. Snake River RV Park & Campground and Sunnyside Acres Manufactured Home Community are two options for RV camping in the city.

RV Parks Near Boise

Boise is the capital city of Idaho and home to many cultural attractions, including museums, theaters, and festivals. The top 3 best RV parks in Boise, according to Campendium reviewers, are:

RV Parks in Twin Falls

Twin Falls is a beautiful city located in southern Idaho. It's a great place to visit if you're looking for something fun and exciting to do, with plenty of attractions and activities to keep you busy.

If you're looking for a great RV park to stay in while you're there, Twin Falls has several options. Some of the top RV parks in the area include:

RV Parks in Coeur d'Alene

Situated on the shores of Lake Coeur d'Alene in northern Idaho, this charming town has a rich history and plenty of activities to keep you busy. From hiking and biking trails to world-class golf courses, there's something for everyone.

RV Parks in Island Park

This small town in eastern Idaho is surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery in the country and offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation.

Boise National Forest Camping

The Boise National Forest covers more than 2,500 square miles of the mountainous area west of the city of Boise. The forest is a popular destination for camping, hiking, fishing, and hunting. There are a couple of RV resorts outside of the forest in Garden Valley, Idaho.

Sawtooth National Forest Camping

Named after the Sawtooth Mountains, the Sawtooth National Forest is home to various wildlife, including elk, deer, moose, mountain lions, black bears, and wolves. While most of the Idaho campgrounds in this forest are run by the National Forest Service or concessionaires, there are plenty of hookup RV sites and tent sites.

Craters of the Moon Camping

If you're looking for an out-of-the-way place to explore, Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve is worth visiting. Located in south-central Idaho, this monument and preserve is home to one of the world's most diverse arrays of volcanic features. Most visitors will want to stay at Lava Flow Campground inside the park. Those looking for electric hookups can stay in nearby Arco, Idaho.

RV Parks in Idaho Near West Yellowstone

Valley View RV Park is located just 15 miles from Yellowstone National Park. With spacious pull through sites and all the amenities you need, it’s the perfect place to kick back and relax while enjoying all that Idaho and the national park have to offer.

Hells Canyon Camping

Located on the border between Idaho and Oregon, Hells Canyon is one of the deepest river canyons in North America. Whether you’re looking for scenic views or exciting outdoor adventures, the canyon is a must-visit destination.

If you’re looking for a beautiful and diverse travel destination, be sure to add Idaho to your list. Whether you prefer hiking in the mountains or relaxing on the beach, there’s something for everyone in this great state.

portable computer displaying map of camping locations
mobile device showing map of camping locations
Roadpass Pro
Signup for Roadpass Pro to get premium access to all of these great road travel apps.
Unlock pro campendium features
Ad Free Experience
Cell Service Overlays & Reports
Public Land Map Overlays
Trail Maps
Filter by Elevation
Pro icon Join Roadpass Pro

Recent Idaho RV Parks Reviews

Jan 16, 2023

"plenty of space during off season."

active staractive staractive staractive starinactive star
I'm not usually happy in sites near interstates. But, this one has lots of trees & open space areas & at least in winter, great wild areas for off leash walking. Free & decent wifi. I did not use the facilities, but "room service" meals are available from their grill. Nice staff... I asked about off leash area for my pup & he said, "since no one...
Read More

adobehome
24 reviews
Boise, ID

Riverside RV Park

Jan 16, 2023

"Enjoyed the trees, grass & riverwalk access"

active staractive staractive staractive staractive star
I pulled in on Jan 4, 2023. I had made reservation for 3 nights and at the time asked them for a back in, "green belt" site that is more private. I was very pleasantly surprised that they accommodated that request with site 12, right next to the little log cabin they have. There were folks all day & evening, walking, jogging & biking back and...
Read More

adobehome
24 reviews
Jan 10, 2023

"Great Spot Nice People "

active staractive staractive staractive staractive star
I stayed 2 weeks while relocating to the area. Great people and a nice quiet area.

Garrett
4 reviews
Fort Hall, ID

Buffalo Meadows RV Park

Jan 09, 2023

"No Respect "

active starinactive starinactive starinactive starinactive star
The rules say “no noise from 10pm to 6am”. It was Midnight and they had the brilliant idea to plow al the Roads around the RV area at least four times. The Steel Plow Blade on pavement was much louder than a Jet engine taking off.

camper-772506
2 reviews
American Falls, ID

Willow Bay Resort

Dec 29, 2022

"Seems like a nice park, but..."

active staractive staractive staractive starinactive star
Its a little run down but they have huge spots and a good view. We just stayed 1 night while driving thru the area and it was middle of winter so we did not really get a chance to check it out. There was a lot of dog poop that was left all over the place. There is a train that is about 100 ft away from the park and it runs multiple times a day.

Camper777
5 reviews