Round Valley RV Park

    211 Ramshorn Dr, Challis, ID 83226 United States
    Phone: (208) 879-2393
    Fax: No Information Available
    Email: roundvalleypark@outlook.com
    Website: http://www.roundvalleyrv.com
    Facebook: No Information Available
    Regular Rate(s): $36.00*
    Passport America Rate(s): $18.00*
    Latitude: 44.501112
    Longitude: -114.222077


    • Restrooms
    • PullThrus
    • ATV
    • PetsWelcome
    • Showers
    • BackIns
    • Basketball
    • HandicapAccess
    • FullHookups
    • LaundryFacilities
    • Biking
    • Phone
    • PicnicTables
    • BBQ
    • FireRings
    • 30AmpService
    • Fishing
    • 50AmpService
    • RVStorage
    • Water
    • Horseshoes
    • Playground
    • Tents50
    • WiFiAccess


    Highlights
    Panoramic mountain views, 72 total RV sites, 18 acres of year-round "super sites", leveled 100' x 80', can accommodate RV's up to 100ft, shade trees (Aspen, Willow, Pine), RV and Tent sites, grassy patios offer plenty of room for the Big Rig Motor Coaches to their smaller cousins with "Pull-Outs", awnings, and satellite dish friendly, full hookups, pull-thrus, back-ins, 30/50amp, water, Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, restrooms and showers, fire rings, picnic tables, fishing, handicap access, horseshoes, ATV, biking, golfing, store, library exchange with videos, audio cassettes, and DVDs. RV storage available. 18 acres of Panoramic Mountain Views at 5072’ elevation, surrounded by the Salmon-Challis National Forest, safe & secure and open year-round. Park Events: Annual ATV ride to Bayhorse Lake in August. Area Attractions: Convenient "In Town" location with easy walking distance to Grocery, Hardware, Craft, Toy stores and Restaurants, Museum, Art Gallery & Forrest Service. Round Valley RV Park is surrounded by Idaho's bountiful Salmon-Challis National Forrest, Frank Church Wilderness of No Return-the Largest Wilderness Area in the Lower 48, the Salmon River-USA's Longest River Totally Contained Within One State. Close to Challis Golf Course, Challis Airport, Yankee Fork Interpretive Center, Fishing on Salmon River-2 miles, Gold Dredge, Custer Ghost Town, Hunting, Canoeing, Kayaking, 2500 Miles of OHV Trails, ATV-Quad - 4 Wheeling, Rock Hounding, Gold Prospecting,Mountain Biking, Photography, Wildlife Viewing, Idaho Birding Trail, White Water Rafting, Bayhorse Lake, Challis Creek Lakes, Mosquito Flat Reservoir, Boating, Hiking, and Cottonwood Rec Site.
    Important Campground Notes
    Park is open March through November. PA is valid for 4 days max. PA is not valid during the "Reunion" week in August (call for dates). PA not valid with another discount or special offer. Cash only. Pets welcome. *Plus 8% state tax. Rates are based on 2 people. $6 for each additional person 12 years and older. $2 additional for 50-amp.
    Directions
    Located in Challis and 58 miles from Salmon(North), Stanley (West) & Mackay(South). From the South on Idaho Highway 93: Two (2) miles North of the Junction of Idaho 93 & 75, turn Right onto Ramshorn Dr arrive at entrance. From the North on Idaho Highway 93: 4 Blocks South of Main Street on Highway 93, Turn Left onto Ramshorn Drive arrive at entrance.

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    Rentals
    No Information Available
    Tents
    Rates: $30.00*, PA: $15.00*
    Updates
    Testimonials
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    This park is under new management (previous name Challis RV Park). This is their second year of ownership. We had planned to stay here for 3 nights, but liked it so well we extended for 2 more nights. The park is unusually spacious, clean, very well-maintained, several pull-through lots. The lots are gravel but we found ours to be very level, and others appear to be quite level as well. There is grass between lots which the owners keep nicely mowed, and many young trees that will eventually provide nice shade. Toilets, showers, and laundry facilities are spotless. New owners, Jim and Roberta, are extremely pleasant and helpful. There are two grocery stores well within a short walking distance from the park. Also a casual but nice restaurant, Village Inn, nearby, good food, friendly staff. There is also a Farmer's Market on Saturdays, but we missed out on that. We enjoyed watching several young deer that walk through the park in the late afternoons. We also saw several deer meandering through residential neighborhoods in Challis, enjoying apples that had fallen from the trees. Challis area has a couple of scenic roads to drive, for a day-outing. We enjoyed driving to Stanley, ID, a touristy town. There are rafting trips on the lovely Salmon River, which we did not participate in this trip, but certainly might next time we are here. Lots of opportunities to fish the Salmon River, and the locals know good swimming areas. We might have stayed longer, but unfortunately there is a forest fire several miles west of Challis that is creating smoke in the atmosphere, and those of us with allergies are finding it increasingly uncomfortable. We will definitely stay here again. We camped in a 32 ft fifth wheel.

    Les Featherston
    8/2/2017

    Camped in our trailer overnight at this well maintained RV Resort. Found the management to be friendly and helpful. Enjoyed Cable TV and Wifi at our site. Look forward to coming again to explore scenic byways, trails and hot springs in the area.

    George Reid
    3/13/2012

    Park Events
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