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Village Of Trees RV Resort at Travel Stop 216

Contact Info
274 Highway 25
I-84 Exit 216
Declo, ID 83323

Toll Free:
800-777-9121
Phone:
208-654-2133
Basics
Number of Sites:
100 sites

Description

River activities, open skies, and fabulous outdoor adventures are all a part of camping at Village of the Trees RV Resort, our campground in Declo, Idaho. At our RV park on the Snake River, we offer outstanding facilities for RV campers, tent campers, and guests who'd like to stay in our river-view rental cabins. Join us for hiking, biking, fishing, boating, rock climbing, golfing, bird watching and more near attractions like the City of Rocks National Reserve and Lake Walcott. With all there is to see and do, we know you're going to love camping on the Snake River in Southern Idaho!

We offer excellent amenities at Village of the Trees RV Resort from full hook-ups for RVs to free wi-fi internet connections. You can take advantage of the in-camp catch-and-release fishing pond, a swimming pool, playground, handy camp store and we even have an on-site masseuse for your relaxing pleasure. We are set right on the Snake River, so you can enjoy river views, bird watching, riverside picnics, and boating from our boat launch. We even have fresh-made pizza that can be delivered right to your campsite!

Amenities

Basic Amenities
  • Full Hook-Ups
  • Modern Restrooms
  • Pull-Through RV Sites
  • RV Sites
Special Features
  • Convenience Store
  • Playground
  • Snack Bar
  • Picnic Tables
  • Fishing
Additional Conveniences
  • Pets Allowed
  • Tent Sites Available

Details

Season
Open year round
Basic Info
Total Sites:
100 sites
Grass Sites:
50
Gravel Sites:
50
More Site Details
Pull Through Sites:
87 [30 by 70]
RV Hookups:
Full Hookups (not all sites)
Electric Service:
30,50
Activities
Hiking,  ATV Trails,  Fishing,  Swimming,  Boating, 

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