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New RV Park, Idaho Falls, ID.

bobsallyh
Explorer II
Explorer II
New RV Park in Idaho Falls, ID.

https://www.eastidahonews.com/2023/05/biz-buzz-luxury-rv-park-opening-in-idaho-falls/
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mittshel
Explorer
Explorer
Can anyone recommend a CG in Idaho Falls near the walking trail? Thank you. Betsy.
Betsy

Lantley
Nomad
Nomad
While I did not watch the video. I did see a picture of the sites. Didn't seem that extravagant to me.
The sites are paved with fire pits and a few rocks.
I do not consider that over the top.
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bobsallyh
Explorer II
Explorer II
Sure the cost of development is high, but the there is no need for all the fluff. And there are other suitable options in the IDF area.

Lantley
Nomad
Nomad
I think everyone needs to consider what is cost to develop a park.
The infrastructure and environmental cost are daunting.
Now we want fully grown trees an a wooded atmosphere on day one!
Of course we want it all, including full hook ups for $50.00 or less a night
I think we need to adjust our expectations.
By the way if I were in the area the new place is certainly something I would check out and give it a try at least once.
19'Duramax w/hips,12'Open Range,Titan Disc Brake
BD3,RV safepower,22" Blackstone
Ox Bedsaver,RV760 w/BC20,Glow Steps, Enduraplas25,Pedego
BakFlip,RVLock,5500 Onan LP,Prog.50A surge,Hughes autoformer
Porta Bote 8.0 Nissan,Sailun S637
Correct Trax,Splendide

goducks10
Explorer
Explorer
Rates. $100-$200 a night for that place? No thanks.

ScottG
Nomad
Nomad
Cwilson333 wrote:
ScottG wrote:
In fairness, they don't call themselves a resort - just a "park".


Fair enough ^^^^^


OTOH the one near me hasn't got squat and they call themselves a resort.
Maybe these places should look up the definition of the word!

Cwilson333
Explorer
Explorer
ScottG wrote:
In fairness, they don't call themselves a resort - just a "park".


Fair enough ^^^^^

ScottG
Nomad
Nomad
In fairness, they don't call themselves a resort - just a "park".
While we prefer woodsy state CG's, there's no denying these types of places are very popular wherever they open and there's a lot of people who prefer the wide open feeling. We have a new one in a small, semi-remote town (Sultan, Wa.) that gets $65+/night. Even though there's no real amenities or anything to do, it stays fairly full - enough so that they're expanding.
We need more capacity and I say if people like them (and they seem to), I for one am glad these places are springing up and gobbling up campers.

Cwilson333
Explorer
Explorer
Looks like they at least provided a little room between sites. "Luxury"??? A few washing machines, pickleball courts, and a community fireplace hardly constitutes Luxury IMO but ok lol. Personally we like being in the woods when we head out. If I want to be in a wide open field sitting on a hardscape patio we can do that in the back yard at home.

stickdog
Explorer
Explorer
I'm a simple man no need for luxury, the wife does like things that sparkle so you know where the money goes.
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