Crossings Winery

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1289 West Madison Avenue, Glenns Ferry, ID, 83623

The Crossings Winery and RV Park is located in the easy-going Idaho town of Glenns Ferry and is a great spot for a relaxing vacation. The park itself has a horseshoe pit and it is surrounded by a nine-hole golf course. There is wine tasting and tours across the street at the winery as well as a 7-day a week lunch and dinner restaurant, with breakfast on the weekends. It also has a full bar too. Next door is the Idaho State Three Island Crossing State Park with an interpretative center about the history of the area's local Native Americans, the Crossings and pioneer history. It also has a 18-hole disc golf course. Campers can also look forward to a number of great attractions just beyond the campground, hiking the historic Oregon Trail, biking and off-roading at the Three-Island State Park. There's also plenty of opportunities for skiing, hiking scenic spots like the Crater of the Moon Monument, boating, fishing, rock climbing and river rafting. Amenities at the park include: small RV sites, full hookups and fully-outfitted cabins. Hope to see you soon!

Last Updated: 10/25/2019


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1289 West Madison Avenue, Glenns Ferry, ID, 83623
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Overall Rating: 1.0

Patricia Shuttleworth

Bathrooms are across the street...only port I potty at campground. They are inside winery and restaurant....definitely not user friendly! Shower is in basement and cost $5.00 which must be paid for at wine bar. They are open at 9AM , close at 9 PM. Listed in 2018 Idaho RV directory at $22.00 a night....when charged it was $35.00 . receptionist told us "oh, that is wrong, we're not suppose to be in there" we've asked to removed" No signage at register indicating such price difference. After considerable conversation we were reimbursed difference from booking price. Considering high standard advertisement claimed this entire experience seemed counter to what we expected.