We stayed at the Jolley Camper and RV Park for two nights on our Utah/Idaho/Wyoming expedition. This is a family run campground and features a large row of huge shade trees and the RVs line up beneath them. They have full hook ups including sewer. We have a pop-up camper so we didn’t need the sewer, but we could have hooked up our gray water if we’d had a hose to do so. It was nice having electricity. Our water hose was to short to hook up the water, but we have a 10 gallon water tank in the camper.
The campground is situated along some of Idaho’s beautiful farmland. I believe it was a wheat field and beyond that wheat field was supposed to be the Grand Tetons. Unfortunately, due to wildfires in Montana we didn’t have the mountain view we’d hoped for, but we still enjoyed our stay here. One of the other campers told me the smoke wouldn’t clear until the winter snow.
At the front of the campground, behind the garage of the main house, there are bathrooms and a laundry room. The bathrooms were huge and always very clean. Each bathroom had a stand up shower as well, which was also very nice. The laundry room was between the two bathrooms and had a coin operated washer and dryer. They were 75 cents per load. There is also a large wash sink and ironing board. There was also a bulletin board with menus and local information.
The owners were super friendly people. They had a small playground for kids and chickens wandering around. In the back, there are three small cottages that can be rented. Each RV site had a small picnic table. There were a couple of campfire rings that could also be used, but there are no campfire rings at each site. Most people were in large RVs and pretty self-sufficient. There was one tent camper while we were there. We were there Thursday-Saturday and it was a very quite place. Friday night was busier with more people coming in. Unfortunately, we had to get up at 5am on Saturday morning to head to Yellowstone where the campsites are first come, first serve. We tried to be as quite as possible packing up in the wee hours of the morning. Hopefully we didn’t disturb our neighbors!