Anderson Camp RV Park


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1188 E 990 S, Eden, ID, 83325


The Anderson Camp RV Park is located in the easy-going town of Eden, Idaho and is a great spot for a quiet vacation. Campers can look forward to well-kept grounds with activities like mini-golf, group fun in the game room and onsite swimming. Offsite are attractions like skiing, the Shoshone Indian Ice Caves, hiking and climbing at the City of Rocks and the Craters of the Moon Monument. There's also hiking or biking the California/Oregon Trail, snow shoeing, golfing and scenic driving and touring. And of course, there's a number of great local eateries and pubs to enjoy. Amenities at the park include: water, sewerage, tent sites, electrical hookups and cabin rentals. Hope to see you soon!



RV Site

Please contact office for monthly rates and availability. 

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Full Hookup 30 Amp $41.67 $250.02 Choose Your Site
Full Hookup 50 Amp $46.29 $277.74 Choose Your Site
Cabin site

ONE ROOM BASIC CABIN

This single room cabin features one full bed and 1 set of bunk beds. Equipped with lights, ceiling fan and electricity. No toilet or sink.

TWO ROOM BASIC

Our two-room cabin features two sets of bunk beds in a separate room from the full bed. Equipped with lights, a ceiling fan and electrical outlets. No toilet or sink.

ONE ROOM PREMIUM

A quaint cabin featuring one set of bunk beds in the same room as a full bed. Equipped with toilet, sink, lights, a ceiling fan and electrical outlets.

 

**Smoking is not allowed inside any of the cabins

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One Room Basic Cabin $45.00 Choose Your Site
One Room Premium Cabin $55.00 Choose Your Site
Two Room Basic Cabin $55.00 Choose Your Site
Covered Wagon

Looking for that one-of-a-kind camping experience? Get in touch with Idaho’s pioneer heritage by camping in one of our truly unique Covered Wagons! Inside each covered wagon is a padded sleeping surface to ensure you don’t sleep as uncomfortably as the pioneers did!

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Covered Wagon $42.00 Choose Your Site
Tent site

Anderson Camp has a large grassy area designated for tent camping. Our tent camping area has plenty of wind-blocking trees which line the west and north sides of the grassy area. The tent camping area is equipped with shared picnic tables, charcoal grills and a campfire pit all to make your camping experience more comfortable. What’s more, the tent camping area offers the campgrounds best views of our beautiful Idahoan evening sunsets and the starry night sky!

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Regular Site No hook-ups $25.00 Choose Your Site

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Overall Rating: 3.6


Janyce Hazlett

3.0
Stayed here just one night on way to Utah. Site (19) was ok but no picnic table. Bathroom was dirty and one toilet was left for 2 days. Trash overflowed.

Kam So

1.0
We stayed in a cabin for one night. 1. The cabin was very dirty...as soon as we walk through the door, we got hit with spider web. There were spider web everywhere in the room, the windows, table, chair...etc. It was like they try to decorate the cabin for Halloween. All the furniture were cover with dust. I am guessing not that many people rent the cabin and they don't clean it before the guests arrive. 2. The room was hot...the cabin has some ventilation problem. At night the outside temperature was cooler than the cabin (with all windows opened). 3. Bathroom...was OK clean, BUT compare to the cabin, the bathroom was surprisingly clean (by comparison).

Derelda Byers

5.0
Great place to go to

Daniel Wendt

4.0
We stayed at Anderson Camp 2 nights on our way to Yellowstone and returning from Yellowstone (1 night each way). We had a pull-through site (#22 & #23). Site #22 was an end site which we prefer. The entire camp is filled with lots of good size shade trees. Since our stays were just overnight each way, we did not take advantage of the camp facilities. I did spot a large water slide at the pool, which was getting a lot use! If and when our travels plans include Eden, ID, we will most likely book a stay at Anderson Camp.

Liz Covairt

3.0
We stayed in the trout cabin with toilet and sink. I've stayed in many different camp cabins, KOAs, etc. This was a very tiny cabin and was so stuffy and hot. The windows were too small for adequate ventilation. Got very little sleep laying on the plastic covered mattress sweating all night. We were also on the extended stay side with RVs being used as trailer homes that were dirty and had crap all around them. Shower and toilet facilities were also really dingy and old.

Todd Sheets

5.0
I have stayed at the basic cabins in Anderson Camp 3 times now. We usually ride in between 3 and 6, go for a swim and head to Twin Falls to La Fiesta for some food. In comparing it to other cabins we have staid, Anderson Camp has been clean, great pool and nice people. Bathrooms have been clean and the showers warmer than most. It is close to the freeway so there is freeway noise, but that makes for an easy start in the morning. Would not hesitate to stay there again.

1.0
We stayed in a cabin with 1/2 bath (sink & toilet). We arrived at 6pm & got our cabin key. They make pizzas and have a dining area with booths & tables. So we ordered a pizza & moved into the dining area. While waiting for our pizza, we noticed how dirty the place was. We counted 8 dead flies on the floor, dirty tables and fly poop on the window sills next to us in our booth. Makes you wonder how clean the kitchen is where they prepare the food. At 650pm we went to our cabin & the key would not open the door. So we went back to the office. They had given us the wrong key. They close at 7pm. In our cabin, the toilet had not been cleaned and the sink counter top was dirty like it had not been cleaned in weeks. Maybe this cabin had not been rented in a while, but if so, knowing guests are arriving you would think they would clean it that morning. Thank goodness we only were there one night.

4.0
Stayed 4 nights. Very nice facilities. Traffic noise was fairly bad but that’s what you expect bring right off a major highway. Would stay again.

Campground Response

Thanks for your review. I'm glad you enjoyed yourself. Please come stay again.


Frank Prest

4.0
We stayed 3 nights (July 16 thru 19). The Squirrel cabin was very cute. Our main complaint is the RV park next to the cabin had his sewer line twisted. So it wasn't sealed correctly so it Smelled Really Bad. We had to keep the window closed that faced the RV. We also feel that a vent or window should be put into the toilet closet.

Campground Response

Thanks for your review. I'm glad you enjoyed yourself, next time you can ask for a different cabin that won't be next to RV's. Come stay again.


Betty Lugar

2.0
Customer service was horrible. When I called to book a reservation they said it was sold out/full. I went on their website and was able to book. The day of check in, there were a lot of pots open/avail. Sad because they could be making more $$$ but instead they chose to turn away potential guests. Breakfast was straight out from freezer into the microwave...burnt sausage...and charged $5.26!!! Place looked dirty and not maintained. Ohhhhhh...and they charge extra for water slide that they market on the website and make you feel like it comes with the site. Overall...not a great experience!

Campground Response

So when we say we are full we have people that have made a reservation weather they come in or not I have no control over. Breakfast is not from freezer to microwave we cook it in an oven, the price is $4.99 per person. Sorry you felt it was dirty we had people cleaning the bathrooms twice a day and they would check them in between that. We don't market the water slide & mini golf to come with your stay. Sorry you didn't enjoy yourself.


James Roller

4.0
Great little park! Trees were amazing. Kind of noisy at night up to 11:00. Lots of kids running around. Staff very friendly, clean restrooms.

Campground Response

Thanks for your review. We try to have everyone get quiet around 10pm. Come stay again.


Alexander Patrick

5.0
Great service. Very cozy and clean as well!

Campground Response

Thanks for your review. Glad you enjoyed yourself. Come stay again.


Bettie Switzer

4.0
Very nice campground. Clean and well kept. Nice shade trees. We were in a 36’ motor home with tow and it was fully adequate.

Campground Response

Thanks for your review. Glad you enjoyed yourself. Come stay again.


Rebecca Roberts

4.0
We enjoyed our stay at Anderson Camp RV Park this past weekend. The huge shade trees, and well tended lawns were a welcome retreat from the desert where we live! We had a very small site, although it was adequate for the size of our travel trailer. Navigating into the site was made tricky by the fact that other campers parked their vehicles in the road and we had to squeeze by as we turned into our site. Also there are many potholes as you enter the campground... and you have to weave in and out of them as you enter. Other than that we LOVED this place. Plenty of shade trees, fruit trees in the campground, a HUGE field for the dog walkers, two pools, and all of it surrounded by farms. A great place to stay.

Campground Response

Thanks for your review. We try to get everyone to pull off the road so everyone can get into their sites. We are working on the potholes. Come stay again.


Dennis Deitchman

4.0
Stayed here passing through. The grounds were nice, bathrooms were clean. Nice hot water in the shower. My only complaints were the noise from the highway, but overall very nice.

Campground Response

Thanks for your review. Glad you enjoyed yourself. Come stay again.


Wanda D Dunn

4.0
Park is located in Eden, Idaho and about 10 miles east of Twin Falls. Park is well-maintained, has plenty of shade trees and green grass, and full hook-ups. While most of the sites have shade and a fairly wide strip of grass between them, I particularly liked the pull-through sites on the far end of the park because they face a beautiful expanse of green lawn and tall poplar trees. Gravel sites are all quite level. Each site has a picnic table. Other amenities include laundry, swimming pool, and dog walk area. We stayed here for 3 months from July to September 2013. I would definitely recommend staying here. The major negative is that the park is just off the highway and so you will hear road noise. Otherwise, the surrounding area is farm land and very mellow. We stayed here during the heat of the summer so with the A/C running we hardly heard the road noise at night. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Campground Response

Thanks for your review. Glad you enjoyed yourself. Come stay again.


Geneva T Rico

4.0
Whether you like this park or not totally depends on what you are looking for. We are just overnighting here, but it is a family park, for sure. There are lots of tents and family/friends, kids get-to-gathers here. In spite of all the groups, it was very quiet, except you can hear noise from the highway. They have 2 pools, one with a huge water slide, a miniature golf course, that is kept up, and a big concrete area…I guess for kid to play with balls, etc. There is a small store, gas station, and snack bar. They give AAA and Good Sam discounts, so we paid $27 plus tax for a total of $31 for full hook-ups, 50 amp. The woman who checked us in was very nice and this park is well taken care of. The sites are in the trees and grave/dirt, but there is grass all around. Most are pull throughs. It is a country setting. I did not check out the restrooms and laundry, but they do have them. The WiFi works pretty well, but there is no cable. We were able to get just a few channels. When we saw all the tents and groups we were a bit worried, but it was a very pleasant night. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Campground Response

Thanks for your review. Glad you enjoyed yourself. Come stay again.


Jan Waggoner

3.0
Nice park with quite a few amenities - pool, laundry, bath houses, pet friendly, big rig friendly, picnic table at each site, FHU, pull thrus, playground for the kids. Second pool has a water slide and costs extra. Our site was not overly long but truck fit sideways, gravel site that was level. Trees for shade and grass between sites. Good Sam, AAA, AARP discounts offered. Only negative for us was that the park WiFi didn't work and our Verizon MiFi was weak. AT&T phone worked well. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Campground Response

Thanks for your review. Please come stay again.


1188 E 990 S, Eden, ID, 83325