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Since we have been staying at our Resort parks, there are many, I have added a page where you can pick the park you want to see All Parks  
****Village of the Trees    August 15, 09
Interstate 84 Exit 216
Declo, Idaho
Passport America ($17 a night) normal without discount $31 with tax

New owners and the park is looking wonderful, a clean well maintained park and the convenience of being off of the interstate I-84 is great. Sites are full hook ups 30/50 and some even have 200 amps.  Free WI-FI pool and spa, it is on the Snake river with boat ramps.  The Travel Stop Store has almost everything you would need on the highway, there is a great eating area, and they even deliver to your rig. 

Doug and his wife Colleen are the new owners of the park, Brad, Kayla and Nancy work in the store helping everyone, they are friendly and pleasant making sure your needs are meet.  They all want to make the RV'er happy and have great attitudes.  If you come along this way heading for Washington, Oregon or even back to the east, this is one stop you can make knowing your RV needs will be meet.

May 2007
(Passport America)

We left Logan, UT and headed west on 30 to I-84 towards Boise, ID to one of our first
 stops going to Port Angeles, WA.

 just outside of Burley, ID exit 216, full hook ups, 30-50 amps and very long pull- through, as you can see we are long with the car and dolly. A small convenience store, boat ramp, a park with lots of grass and trees. Our cost $15 plus tax limit 3 nights with passport America

The high here today is in the low 80's and with the grass it feels cooler, the trees are large and wonderful to see, Brigg gave it the thumbs up by laying and rolling in the grass as soon as the RV door opened.

This park is in your Passport America RV book, and was one that honored what they advertised. (Cost $14 plus tax for night). 
If we ever come back this way it definitely will be one we will stay in again