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 attractions include 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!

Last Updated: 07/31/2021


RV Site

Please contact office for monthly rates and availability. 

Please indicate the make of your RV vehicle or trailer during the reservation checkout process under the heading: "Special requests or considerations." Thank you!

 

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
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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Gravel Roads

Laundry Facilities

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WiFi






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1188 E 990 S, Eden, ID, 83325
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Overall Rating: 3.5


Doug Brons

1.0
We travel with kids so we try to get a place that has a pool when possible, so when we found this place we were all very excited. It looked amazing online photos. The reality was pretty disappointing. They charged extra $8.50 for each kid to use water slide. The water was disgustingly dirty. No place for parents to sit and relax.(3 worn out plastic chairs). We ended up not staying at the pool. It was apparent that the facility wasn't taken care of. The filthiest pool we saw in recent years. Will not recommend.

Ron

3.0
Baths need updating, site not level Traveling in class A

Robert Burgard

4.0
Very Happy with our two stays in the month of July, 2021. Showers could have been a little cleaner but I am still very happy with our stays. The staff at the front office were very friendly and helpful.

Shannon Dooley

3.0
Pros: Clean campground and facilities, friendly staff, great location if you're planning to kayak the river, lots of shade, fun activities for kids, convenience store. Cons: We stayed in one of the cabins. It was darling but extremely hot and the mattresses were about an inch and a half thick with little padding them. It felt like we were sleeping on boards. We paid for two nights but only ended up staying one because our bodies hurt so badly after trying to sleep on those mattresses we decided to drive home the next day. If they would invest in better mattresses and a swamp cooler it would make a world of difference. I also wish the water slide and the store stayed open past 7pm.

Mike Christensen

4.0
Great place to stay, but the Wi-Fi is useless.

Cindy Jacobs

4.0
Beautiful park with lots of trees and good amount of grass. A little highway noise. A lot of amenities with pool, showers, laundry, gas, a few things in store and huge open area for dogs.. Pretty busy,, but quiet for amount of people during weekend., dumpsters were overflowing. Only 15-20 minutes to Twin Falls. Be sure to go to Shoshone Falls and Centennial Park. Both are breathtakingly beautiful! We went to the Perrine Bridge, but no jumpers when we went. Also went to Mammoth Museum & Cave and the Ice Cave. I would recommend a stay at Anderson RV if you’re in the area.

Lindsay Mason

4.0
Great spot love all the tress and cleanliness of the RV park. The kids loved the well kept pool and slide. The snack bar had tons of candy and ice cream bars. Little loud due to being right off the freeway but otherwise cute spot. Family friendly

Barbara Benson

5.0
Excellent facility. Plenty to do- too many amenities to list. Very close to Yellowstone for day trips.

Kathy Jensen

3.0
Pool great after hot day of driving. A mom and pop place, sites were ok. Nice shade tress!

Marcie Perriton

2.0
The campsite is very dated, bathrooms were a mess! You pay extra for the water slide. It is RIGHT next to the hwy so you hear that noise all night. The trees were nice and big at the campsite which was nice. We were charged an extra $30 for a third party booking which we didn’t anticipate.

David Woodel

3.0
A beautiful setting and friendly but None of the amenities operational that drew us there i.e. the water slide, pool, miniature golf. A lot of noise from the freeway and no fire rings at the camping spots. The place could be a lot of fun if they had more helpers to get all their amenities working.

Cherie Martell

4.0
Female bathroom could have been cleaner . Totally enjoyed our stay.

CIndy Rechsteiner

5.0
really nice grassy area for tent camping.

Michael Dudley

2.0
Tried to book a 30amp to be told there were none available, so I booked a 50. We stayed two nights. Both nights about half the sites were unoccupied. It’s an average campground but pretty pricey. You have freeway noise all night. You have to pay extra for the water slide and mini golf. Both are priced way higher than they should be. Mini golf needs some remodeling and maintenance. There are a lot of permanent resident campers here.

Melanie Merkley

1.0
I normally don’t leave bad reviews unless I really feel that the people need to be warned what they are getting into. There was no direction where to check in. Their pool had people waiting a half hour after they were supposed to open to get in. I don’t think for one second that anyone cleaned the cabin before our arrival and They shouldn’t offer cabins as a liveable option if they aren’t going to make a way to vent or cool down. It was way hotter inside the cabin than outside and we couldn’t open all the windows since a screen was busted to try to ventilate more. You have a ceiling fan/light that was all controlled by the switch so I had to lift my five year old up to pull cords in order to keep the fans on and the lights off so we could sleep. The beds, are not beds. Literally just a piece of plywood with a pathetic pad on it and every time you move the plywood creaked like crazy under my husbands weight. The kids and I gave up and dragged our pads onto the floor. My kids slept in their underwear in order to avoid overheating. If we wouldn’t have gotten eaten alive we would have dragged them outside. The pool and mini golf was fun because my kids are really young but if your kids are older than like 8 be prepared for overpriced and underwhelming. Me and the kids were able to lower our body temperatures somewhat in the pool and it helped but My husband was on the verge of heat stroke. I tried to go to the gas station/checkin for ice or cold drinks or something and was informed by an employee leaving that it closed at 7, when I looked at my clock they had closed ten minutes early. So I got in my car and when and found the only place in all of eden open and bought ice and cold drinks. My husband melted the entire bag of ice rotating it on his head, chest, neck, and arms, and back before he finally started feeling better. The bathrooms were a disaster with signs everywhere telling people it was their responsibility (true for their own garbage but with the state they were in makes me think they are rarely cleaned). In the morning we waited fifteen minutes after they were supposed to open to try to check out because I couldn’t find any check out information other than the time. I would much rather have paid forty dollars more to stay at a hotel with breakfast and a bigger pool

Laura Anderson

2.0
The campground was clean and very well shaded which would be nice in the heat of summer. Unfortunately it had some major issues. The bathrooms were not cleaned all weekend so they got quite dirty and ran out of toilet paper. The pool that came with the reservation was very small and dirty. The other amenities that you have to pay extra for are in very poor condition. I am actually surprised they charge for them. For example, the mini golf course is in complete disrepair with crumbling concrete, non functioning water features and rotting golf carpet/grass. The putters and balls are in similar state. I am leaving a bad review because I thought their website really misrepresented what the campground was like. The pictures were clearly taken many years ago.

Emily Jones

2.0
Park was clean but sites had no tables. Only 2-3 sites I saw had them. Old playground should be taken down as toys are broken and rusted and kids could get hurt. New playground is nice. Pool and playground area had no chairs, shade or benches to sit at all. So my 7 months pregnant self had to sit on hot concrete to watch my child swim. Staff was not friendly. Overall it was ok for one night stop over, glad we weren't there longer.

Jenni LaMoyne

5.0
Highly recommended! This place was awesome! We stayed in a cabin with bathroom but public restroom facilities were clean and stocked! Beds were comfortable and grounds were well maintained. Pool and mini golf were not open for season yet but both looked fun! I’d love to stay here again someday if I make it back that way!

Jillian Nevius

4.0
Very well kept property with many things to do for kiddos and a general store with some grocery, firewood, souvenirs and provisions. Also very close to local attractions and right off the highway. Family owned business with friendly service and clean restrooms/showers. We will stay here again for sure!! Thank you :)

Stephanie Meyer

4.0
Great park, easy to book. The building at the entry to the park is a little quaint, but the park is clean, there are good play grounds for older kids to play on, and the spaces are fairly level.