Heyburn Riverside RV Park Good Sam Verified Campground

1175 7th St, Heyburn, ID 83336

Good Sam Verified Campground
(7 reviews) 4.6 out of 5 stars from 7 reviews
Good Sam Rating
Good Sam Rating
Facility 7
Restrooms 9
Appeal 9
(7 reviews) 4.6 out of 5 stars from 7 reviews

QUIET PARK ON THE SNAKE RIVER

Enjoy the proximity to the Snake River, where you'll find great bass fishing, boat dock & boat slips. Take a leisurely stroll on the paved riverfront walking trail. Enjoy & unwind in this laid back, small town atmosphere!

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Address

1175 7th St
Heyburn, ID, 83336

Coordinates:
42.546650, -113.759040
Elevation:
4,150 ft (1,265 m)

Open all year

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Facility

Type: Public Park
Partial Handicap Access
Eco-friendly park
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Policies

Pets welcome
Some restrictions
No tents
Folding Tent Campers Allowed
Road condition: Good
Road type: All Weather
Big rig sites
Table at site
Total spaces: 29
Spaces available: 24
Seasonal Sites: 5
Site length: 64
Max length: 64
Paved sites: 2
All-Weather sites: 22
Pull-thru size: 51 x 64
Pull-thrus: 11
Back-in size: 51 x 45
Room for slideouts: Yes
Shaded sites: Some
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Number of full hookups: 24
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
RV wash: self-service
Table at site
Patios
Table at site
Patios
Personal escort to site

Body of water: Snake River
Nature trails
Playground
Pavilion
Fishing
Pavilion
Fishing
Paddle boats

(within 10 miles)

Fishing
Kayaking / canoeing
Boating

(within 20 miles)

Hunting season: Year-round

Boating Fun
Stay in our RV Park -- Launch Your Boat from the City Docks!

Only a beautiful public park separates our RV park from the Snake River where you can launch your boat for a day of fishing or relaxing. Bring your boat when you come so you can enjoy fun on the magnificent Snake River!

Adventure seekers
A Treasure of Outdoor Adventures

View of the Snake River from the park. We have a paved riverfront hiking trail, boat slips, the Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center and very good bass fishing. Enjoy the mountains, biking, hiking and water sports in the area.

Military Discount

4.5 (7 reviews) 4.5714285714286 out of 5 stars from 7 reviews
Facility
4.5
Restroom
4.6
Appeal
4.2
What is being rated?
5 5 out of 5 stars 07/17/2022

We had a lovely one-night stay here. We had a back in site for our 17 foot hybrid (opens to 22 ft). Very clean, very nice, beautiful green grass, extremely nice hosts! We travel with our doodle, Daffodil. We were on our way to West Yellowstone. The restrooms were VERY clean code needed to get into restroom then another one to get to the shower area. That was good! The restrooms are a bit of a walk away located in a public park next to the RV sites though no public access without code (there... Read More

We had a lovely one-night stay here. We had a back in site for our 17 foot hybrid (opens to 22 ft). Very clean, very nice, beautiful green grass, extremely nice hosts! We travel with our doodle, Daffodil. We were on our way to West Yellowstone. The restrooms were VERY clean code needed to get into restroom then another one to get to the shower area. That was good! The restrooms are a bit of a walk away located in a public park next to the RV sites though no public access without code (there is a port-a-potty for park people). Beautiful river access, lovely walkway. We enjoyed our stay and look forward to visiting again.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 10/22/2021

This is a nice, city owned RV Park in a park area alongside the Snake River. It was reasonably priced for the amenities, and very well maintained.

5 5 out of 5 stars 09/11/2020

This is a great little park. The sites are nicely spaced with plenty of green space between. A few trees and if you are lucky enough to get space 9, it's the best for shade. Each space is curbed and has a small concrete patio. The price is certainly right as we paid $145 for an entire week with full hookups. It is convenient to a city park, across the street and there is a great paved walk along and near the Snake River. The only two issues I can point out are that the Wi-Fi is good but not... Read More

This is a great little park. The sites are nicely spaced with plenty of green space between. A few trees and if you are lucky enough to get space 9, it's the best for shade. Each space is curbed and has a small concrete patio. The price is certainly right as we paid $145 for an entire week with full hookups. It is convenient to a city park, across the street and there is a great paved walk along and near the Snake River. The only two issues I can point out are that the Wi-Fi is good but not great, but that seems to be the norm at most parks. The other issue is that the sewer access is outside the curb and almost level with my RV dump valve. I had a difficult time getting my waste to drain so I had to "walk" the hose repeatedly to get my tanks to drain. Not a very good design as most of the RVs in the park seemed to have an "uphill" challenge. We would stay here again and if you have the time, drive down to City of Rocks National Reserve about an hour south. It is amazing geology and great for California trail history buffs.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 05/07/2019

This is a beautiful site sitting along the snake river with a landscaped walkway by the water. The camp hosts were great. Welcomed us like we were coming home. Assisted some campers with breakdown issues.Wish we had more time to stay here.

4 4 out of 5 stars 06/27/2018

Nice little RV park adjacent to the village park at the snake river. Clean restrooms. Small airplanes from the airport fly at low altitude over the campground depending on wind direction.

5 5 out of 5 stars 06/21/2018

We spent 1 night on our way to Jackson because we like the location and facilities but were forced to return for an additional 6 nights due to a truck service issue. The park hosts went out of their way to find a space for us in spite of a very busy weekend. And I noticed even moving someone else's trailer for them while their truck was at the shop. Facilities were spotless and so nice to have lush green grass to enjoy. It made a very frustrating situation enjoyable. Campground hosts went above... Read More

We spent 1 night on our way to Jackson because we like the location and facilities but were forced to return for an additional 6 nights due to a truck service issue. The park hosts went out of their way to find a space for us in spite of a very busy weekend. And I noticed even moving someone else's trailer for them while their truck was at the shop. Facilities were spotless and so nice to have lush green grass to enjoy. It made a very frustrating situation enjoyable. Campground hosts went above and beyond to take care of us.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 09/22/2016

A nice little RV park off Hwy 30. We were pleasantly surprised at what a nice place this was! When we called ahead, the manager said it was slow season so we could just pick our own spot when we arrived. I guess the word is out as there were few to chose from but all VERY nice, grassy, & separation was great. Only $22/full hookup!

5 5 out of 5 stars 07/17/2022

We had a lovely one-night stay here. We had a back in site for our 17 foot hybrid (opens to 22 ft). Very clean, very nice, beautiful green grass, extremely nice hosts! We travel with our doodle, Daffodil. We were on our way to West Yellowstone. The restrooms were VERY clean code needed to get into restroom then another one to get to the shower area. That was good! The restrooms are a bit of a walk away located in a public park next to the RV sites though no public access without code (there... Read More

We had a lovely one-night stay here. We had a back in site for our 17 foot hybrid (opens to 22 ft). Very clean, very nice, beautiful green grass, extremely nice hosts! We travel with our doodle, Daffodil. We were on our way to West Yellowstone. The restrooms were VERY clean code needed to get into restroom then another one to get to the shower area. That was good! The restrooms are a bit of a walk away located in a public park next to the RV sites though no public access without code (there is a port-a-potty for park people). Beautiful river access, lovely walkway. We enjoyed our stay and look forward to visiting again.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 10/22/2021

This is a nice, city owned RV Park in a park area alongside the Snake River. It was reasonably priced for the amenities, and very well maintained.

5 5 out of 5 stars 09/11/2020

This is a great little park. The sites are nicely spaced with plenty of green space between. A few trees and if you are lucky enough to get space 9, it's the best for shade. Each space is curbed and has a small concrete patio. The price is certainly right as we paid $145 for an entire week with full hookups. It is convenient to a city park, across the street and there is a great paved walk along and near the Snake River. The only two issues I can point out are that the Wi-Fi is good but not... Read More

This is a great little park. The sites are nicely spaced with plenty of green space between. A few trees and if you are lucky enough to get space 9, it's the best for shade. Each space is curbed and has a small concrete patio. The price is certainly right as we paid $145 for an entire week with full hookups. It is convenient to a city park, across the street and there is a great paved walk along and near the Snake River. The only two issues I can point out are that the Wi-Fi is good but not great, but that seems to be the norm at most parks. The other issue is that the sewer access is outside the curb and almost level with my RV dump valve. I had a difficult time getting my waste to drain so I had to "walk" the hose repeatedly to get my tanks to drain. Not a very good design as most of the RVs in the park seemed to have an "uphill" challenge. We would stay here again and if you have the time, drive down to City of Rocks National Reserve about an hour south. It is amazing geology and great for California trail history buffs.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 05/07/2019

This is a beautiful site sitting along the snake river with a landscaped walkway by the water. The camp hosts were great. Welcomed us like we were coming home. Assisted some campers with breakdown issues.Wish we had more time to stay here.

1175 7th St, Heyburn, ID 83336
Coordinates: 42.546650, -113.759040
Elevation: 4150

Directions
From Jct I-84 & Hwy 30 (exit 211): Go 2 mi S on Hwy 30, then 1/4 mi E on 7th St (R)

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