cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
We loved the place! Very friendly staff, easy to negotiate with wide lanes and pull-thru sites. The RV leveled easily. WiFi is not free for streaming, $4 a day, but worth it. The park is very well lighted at night, almost too much. They have security cameras posted every where it seems which made me feel a little insecure in a way. Like, is all this security cams because of problems in the past? I'm sure it is to simply help the campers to feel safe & secure, which I did, because Twin Falls is a great city to visit, and the park is on the outskirts of town, conveniently located. I definitely recommend your stay here. Cannot comment of restroom & showers since I did not utilize.
Friendly personnel and gave excellent directions. It is quite aways from the interstate. Fairly new park, great large spots, great grassy area and picnic tables. Hard time leveling the coach in the front, as were other coaches near our spot. Definitely would use this park and recommend it.
We are traveling the country and have been to a good many campgrounds. This place is very cramped for a big rig. We are 44' long and our slides were so close to our neighbors that you could almost touch them. They charge full stay up front, "no refunds" signs all over. Now I know why. We had neighbors with kids running all over our lot, under our slides. The smell of cow manure was strong at night. Dust constantly blows from the construction site for more spots they've had going apparently for a year or more. There is no dog area only a soggy muddy area with no fence. Water went out a few hours. The smell from their sewer was so strong we couldn't leave our gray open. It was just a park that shouldn't say big rig friendly. Good for a nights stop if you don't mind being squeezed in tight. Not worth the price at all. At least be honest about the size of the spots they tell you are great, as they take your credit card with no refunds.
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Response from Twin Falls 93 RV Park
9/19/2017 1:29:51 PM
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Reviews: 5 Helpful Reviews: 4
Date of Stay: July, 2016
We arrived after the office had closed, and our reservation was not on the after-hours board. Luckily there was an available spot.
The bathrooms/showers were very clean, but only one shower (out of 2) in each had hot water.
Lots of highway noise, even though it looks a good distance off the highway.
Nice campground away for busy roads, green lawns, and easy access for large 5th wheel. The gentleman in the office was very nice and made sure to send us to the falls. I recommend this place as a nice stop over.
This is the worst campground we have stayed at in our 3 week trip. We had requested a pull-thru for the night so we wouldn't have to unhook after our long day and early get up. We are in a pull-thru (#6) which has a steep incline forcing us to unhook our toad. We had to kick a guy out of our site who was setting up for the night, who must not have had a reservation, as we had pulled in after the office was closed. The wifi does not work. No picnic table. The list goes on. We would have pulled up stakes but the kids are exhausted. We should have left, as we now can't sleep because of the neighborhood fireworks. Get your act together new owners.
Small number of RVs, all drive thru, lots of space with trees and grass. Friendly staff who even loaned us their compressor. Very clean restrooms and laundry. Great dog walking space away from campers. Close to city and tourist sites, but private and quiet. Really good for us, we'll stay again. Also a putting green.
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Response from Twin Falls 93 RV Park
9/19/2017 1:28:50 PM
Thank you for taking the time to review us! Hope to see you soon!
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