Come on down to Challis Golf Course RV Park, located in Challis, Idaho, where you'll find amenities to satisfy both you and your pup! With unlimited golf access and mountain views right from your RV, Challis Park offers a one-of-a-kind camping experience.
This campground welcomes all pups with open paws. The only rules you need to follow when visiting include tidying up after your pooch and maintaining control over their behavior at all times. Trash cans are located throughout the park and are to be used for disposing of your pup's waste. Be aware that aggressive behavior will not be permitted, and can result in your pup being asked to leave the park. Dogs are also not to be left unattended outside or inside of camping vehicles. Keeping these rules in mind, you and your pooch are sure to have a "pawsitive" experience!
At Challis Golf Course, you'll find accommodations for RVs and other camping vehicles, such as pop-up campers or fifth wheels. Un-fur-tunately, no tent camping is permitted at this campground. Rates begin as low as $35 a night, plus an additional $3 if you require 50 amp hookups for electrical services. All sites all come equipped with water and sewage hookups. Premier sites cost just a bit more and guarantee a grassy site, which is a popular choice for dog owners. Weekly, monthly, and seasonal passes are also available.
When it comes to amenities, Challis has lots to offer. Campers will be pleased to learn that the Challis Golf Course is located 100 yards or less from each and every site within the park. This means golfers have unlimited access to the course. Campers are also offered the same golfing rate as locals, including season pass rates.
Swing by the bathhouse for a hot shower after a day of golf before heading to the fishing pond with your pup to cast a line. There's also a walking path perfect for taking the pooch to burn off energy. Laundry facilities and long-term parking are two other perks of the park.
Challis Golf Course and RV Park is an ideal destination for golf-loving outdoor enthusiasts looking to camp with their pooch in Idaho.