Canyon Pines RV Pollock

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Canyon Pines RV
159 Barn Road
Tel: 208 267-5932


The park is located 9 miles south of Riggins, on post 185 of US 95, at 159 Barn Road in Pollock.

Where are we going today?

Get deep into nature at Canyon Pines RV Park! The park have 54 sites, each with both grass areas as well as gravel driveways, and they also vary in length from 29 to 60 feet so come one come all, whatever sized RV you have!

Each site has 20/30/50 amp power, a phone jack and a TV coax connection.  Wifi is FREE throughout the resort (what we all like to hear!) and there is a completely laundry facility.

On site there is a piano (great way to entertain the other guests!), a games table and a Country Store where you can grab drinks, convenience items, fishing tackle, wines and gifts.  They also have a book exchange and select RV products.

Grab a fishing line and enjoy the 3 acres of private river frontage, or enjoy the atmosphere around the fire pit, as you enjoy your dinner on the picnic tables. 

Located nearby the park are a range of outdoor and nature filled activities for the whole family! Why not journey into Hells Canyon via Snake River? There are commercial jet-boat trips and float trips available all year round, and you will see America's deepest gorge from the ground! Keep an eye out for the incredible wildlife in the area, including the birds of prey, or try and catch some of the prehistoric sturgeon in the river! Some get up to 10 feet in size, and can be caught on a catch and release bases (some might be over 100 years old! Crazy!)

There are plenty of other fish for you to catch for your dinner though!

For those hikers, there are miles of trails in SevenDevilsMountains, Hells Canyon National Park and Salmon River country. Get lost among the clear running streams, and the high mountain lakes!

There are scenic drives and a salmon hatchery to visit, as well as incredible viewpoints of Hells Canyon.

An amazing area of Idaho! 

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What is there to do?

Nature is what there is to do! Hiking, fishing, and scenic drives all await you!

How much does it cost?

  • Full hook up $31 - $33 / day
  • Full hook up $175 - $196 / week
  • Tents $18 / day

Facilities on site

There are different sized RV spots, as well as spots for tents. Satellite TV with In-Park movie, high speed internet and wifi, restrooms and showers, horseshoe pits, fire pits, picnic tables and complete laundry facilities.

I'm Hungry!

They have a Country Store with snacks and beverages, ice and firewood, sundries, propane, RV supplies, and convenience items. .

Any Top Tips?

Pets are okay but they must be on a leash or under control at all times .

Need a little extra help?

The showers have heated floors and are ADA compliant, as are the restrooms. .

What people are saying?

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    spending time with good friends, for a week or so

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