After enjoying nature to the full in the Wasatch Mountains, we went back to civilization and continued northwards. We left Utah behind us and drove to Idaho. Our next destination was called Village of Trees RV Resort. After the State Park we had to find a private camping site again. This promises much less nature, but a washing machine.
The RV Resort
The Village of Trees RV Resort is a classic American campsite: square, practical, good. No, it wasn't square, but almost. Here, the motor homes are lined up in rows on spacious pull-thru pitches, and we attract attention again because we are so small. The site is a great campground to pass through as it is close to the Interstate and offers everything you need for such a stop. To our surprise there were no corona restrictions here. All amenities were open. We were grateful for the cheap washroom and enjoyed the proximity of the Snake River for walks. But the proximity to the Interstate also means a lot of street noise.
The campsite also has a petrol station, a shop and a small restaurant. They bring the food directly to the motor home and not only during Corona times. A great service if you arrive tired after a long day of driving.
Our rodent friends
Also, on this place the rodents have provided entertainment again, and we never get tired to watch the little tree acrobats.