If you're searching for a pet-friendly RV park in Twin Falls, Idaho, Twin Falls 93 RV Park is worth a look.
Located five miles west of the city, the park offers large sites that are well away from any major highway noise. Many sites are 60-70 feet long, but there are also 80-foot "double" sites for larger RVs. That said, some sites are a little tight for those with extra-large rigs.
Restrooms and showers are clean and well-maintained, while the laundry facilities are practical and convenient. There's a decent level of privacy from your neighbors, and many sites are reasonably shaded by large trees, while all sites also get a picnic table on a concrete pad.
24/7 on-site management is provided and staff at the park regularly get positive reviews for their friendly and helpful approach. Free Wi-Fi is available for browsing the web and checking emails, while there's also premium Wi-Fi available for a fee if you want to stream video on multiple devices. Best of all, the park features a large pet walk area with a clean-up station so your pooch can take care of nature's call.
Sites with water and electric are $35 a night, while full-hookup sites range from $42 to $45 a night. There's a $1 nightly fee per dog and a maximum of three dogs allowed per site. You'll need to make sure your dog is leashed at all times and that you properly dispose of their waste.
If you're keen to explore the local area, there's a decent range of attractions on offer. Shoshone Falls, a beautiful 212-foot waterfall on the Snake River, is a 20-minute drive away and well worth the trip, while a walk across the Perrine Bridge (and catching a glimpse of Evel Knievel’s Snake River jump site) is another highlight.
Some critics claim that the fact that the park is five miles from Twin Falls is a little inconvenient, but it all depends on what you want in an RV park. If you're looking for somewhere quiet and clean and don't mind being a little way out of town, Twin Falls 93 RV Park is an entirely pleasant place to spend a night or three.