Y Knot Winery RV Park

(11 Reviews)

1294 West Madison Ave., Glenns Ferry, ID 86323

208-366-2313

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GPS: 42.9454, -115.3122

Y Knot Winery RV Park is located at 1294 West Madison Ave., Glenns Ferry, Idaho 86323 with a total of 16 campsites. Before your trip to Y Knot Winery RV Park, check out website at https://yknotwinery.com/rv-park or contact them through 208-366-2313 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

42.9454, -115.3122

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 42.9454, -115.3122

Amenities

Hookups 30 Amp 20 Amp water sewer Full Hookups
Connectivity wifi
Site Amenities big rig pull thru
Facilities cabins dump station trash water available
Pets pets

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Overview of Y Knot Winery RV Park


Last Price Paid: $35

Reported by Ken 3d on 04.11.2022

Longest RV Reported: 40 feet (Class A)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:

16

Elevation:

2,526 ft / 769 m

Tent Camping:

Yes

Reviews of Y Knot Winery RV Park

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  • Area Guides Avatar Ken 3d
    Basic RV Park

    Reviewed 11/4/2022

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: Unknown

    There's a state park, Three Islands Crossing, right next door to this place for about the same price that is much nicer. At Y Knot, one outhouse is it for facilities. Both have power and water and the SP has a dump station when you leave. The rub is that the SP is nearly always full, so I'm told. So if you need an overnighter while tra...moreThere's a state park, Three Islands Crossing, right next door to this place for about the same price that is much nicer. At Y Knot, one outhouse is it for facilities. Both have power and water and the SP has a dump station when you leave. The rub is that the SP is nearly always full, so I'm told. So if you need an overnighter while traveling, Y knot will do. Why not? (Sorry). They do have a good restaurant (get the Ruben sandwich), a golf course, and lots of wine for sale.

  • Area Guides Avatar Caramlewis
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    Reviewed 29/9/2021

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    Nightly rate: $21

    We booked a non hookup site since we were just passing through for the night. When we arrived the front desk was slammed. The woman working said just park at the end of the very busy parking lot. Apparently the hookup sites are in the lot across the street that looked nice but the non hookup sites are just in the winery/golf course par...moreWe booked a non hookup site since we were just passing through for the night. When we arrived the front desk was slammed. The woman working said just park at the end of the very busy parking lot. Apparently the hookup sites are in the lot across the street that looked nice but the non hookup sites are just in the winery/golf course parking lot. I asked if we could upgrade spots and she seemed offended. The next morning we went to dump at the state park next door, we will definitely stay there next time. On a positive note, the wine and food at the restaurant in the golf clubhouse/winery was actually pretty good, I would eat/drink there again.

  • Area Guides Avatar T
    Great location

    Reviewed 9/4/2021

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 12

    If you have never been this is a great place if you enjoy quiet, beautiful scenery and wine! The winery is across the street and there is three islands state park that is 3 mins from the rv site, there is golfing next door and the views are beautiful. The reason I gave 4 stars is because both times I called the winery the customers ser...moreIf you have never been this is a great place if you enjoy quiet, beautiful scenery and wine! The winery is across the street and there is three islands state park that is 3 mins from the rv site, there is golfing next door and the views are beautiful. The reason I gave 4 stars is because both times I called the winery the customers service was not great at all, seemed like I was bothering them more than anything. We have a 36’ class A and we maneuvered Thru the park no problem. Supposedly this is a newly opened rv park but everything seems a bit old and run down but we didn’t have any problems with our full hookups tho. Front desk says they only allow you to stay 3 days max they couldn’t give me a real reason why 3 days which I thought was odd. With a booster we have 3 bars, we work from home and we were able to work fine internet wise. The rv park does not have WiFi we used our own. There is a little train noise but nothing that would be disruptive it’s barely noticeable. Otherwise great place to stay .

  • Area Guides Avatar BasecampCouple
    Great place for a 2-night stay

    Reviewed 16/3/2021

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 14

    We enjoyed our 2-night stay here. It was just a couple minutes off the freeway, with a golf course on one side and a winery on the other. Water and electric hook-ups were in good shape, with a dump site on the way out. Liked the ability to just pull-through the space. Contrary to some of the other reviews, we didn’t find the sound of t...moreWe enjoyed our 2-night stay here. It was just a couple minutes off the freeway, with a golf course on one side and a winery on the other. Water and electric hook-ups were in good shape, with a dump site on the way out. Liked the ability to just pull-through the space. Contrary to some of the other reviews, we didn’t find the sound of the trains disruptive at all. We didn't try the restaurant across the street, but it was alway busy. The Three Island Crossing State Park is an easy 10 minute walk down the road through the vineyards, which was a nice stroll. We stayed over Sunday night and were the only ones in the park!

  • Area Guides Avatar MBoucher
    Didn’t enjoy it

    Reviewed 4/9/2020

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    Nightly rate: $33

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 15

    PROS: A small campground with wide spots. Older mature trees. CONS: We plugged in our Progressive’Ind. surge protector and tried turning on the A/C (near 100 degree temperatures) and we got a low voltage error and an over heat alarm on our inverter. So they sent Bob over. Bob didn’t bring any equipment to test the electricity. They...morePROS: A small campground with wide spots. Older mature trees. CONS: We plugged in our Progressive’Ind. surge protector and tried turning on the A/C (near 100 degree temperatures) and we got a low voltage error and an over heat alarm on our inverter. So they sent Bob over. Bob didn’t bring any equipment to test the electricity. They gave us a new spot and same things happened. We called the office was told everything was our trailer our new trailer that was just at other parks with no issues. All the other campers are not using any surge protectors. So we opted not to use ours. The staff has not been helpful. Since 4:00 am we have had trains blowing horns through town.

  • Area Guides Avatar SteveM
    Nice little park with winery and golf across the road

    Reviewed 31/12/2019

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 12 or 13?

    We enjoyed our stay in Glenns Ferry. Yes, there are no real facilities, but our class A has facilities. Yes, the site said 50 amp service but was only 30, but the weather was good and we didn't need 50 amp. We enjoyed the peace and quiet (I like trains), the friendly laid-back town, the big cottonwood trees and the $20 golf. When we le...moreWe enjoyed our stay in Glenns Ferry. Yes, there are no real facilities, but our class A has facilities. Yes, the site said 50 amp service but was only 30, but the weather was good and we didn't need 50 amp. We enjoyed the peace and quiet (I like trains), the friendly laid-back town, the big cottonwood trees and the $20 golf. When we left for Oregon I forgot to pick up my water pressure regulator; called the winery the next day and asked if they could hold it for me....no problem! I picked it up on my way back through a few weeks later. Maybe a bit pricey for what it is, but then most parks are in this part of the country.

  • Area Guides Avatar Judy

    Reviewed 3/10/2019

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 9

    At $35+tax one should expect a toilet. No wifi, no toilet, no sani dump. I picked up litter in our site once we settled in. The location is convenient and hook up is nice, but very noisy with jet fly over, trains and freeway noise. I can't say I wouldn't stay here again, but I was disappointed in the overall experience.

  • Area Guides Avatar gstx
    Good stop IF you're self-contained

    Reviewed 1/11/2018

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 13

    There is a porta potty at the campground and no other facilities so you need to be self-contained. This is a good stop since it has full hookups and reasonable prices. If you look at their site map online, don't trust the lengths stated because they are not accurate. Pull in the campgorund and pick where you think you'll fit and then g...moreThere is a porta potty at the campground and no other facilities so you need to be self-contained. This is a good stop since it has full hookups and reasonable prices. If you look at their site map online, don't trust the lengths stated because they are not accurate. Pull in the campgorund and pick where you think you'll fit and then go to the office to check in and pay. When I stayed there was one other RV. Nice trail connects the campground to the state park across the road.

  • Area Guides Avatar Lovin Livin RVin
    Nice little park across from the winery and golf course

    Reviewed 15/3/2018

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 6

    Full hookups just a few miles off I-84. We were the only ones here in March 2018. $35 a night not $25 as previously advertised. Nice little town for a stop over. State park is just a mile down the road.

  • Area Guides Avatar Voyagers On Wheels
    Loved it! But, yes keep it quiet.

    Reviewed 9/9/2016

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    Nightly rate: $25

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 13

    I have to agree about being tempted to keep quiet about this place but in the interest of weary road travelers...The CG is across the road from a beautiful winery (with a restaurant that we did not try) about 6-10 minutes from I-84. Sites have small grass lots at each with FHU but no fire ring or tables. Nice large trees but I don't ...moreI have to agree about being tempted to keep quiet about this place but in the interest of weary road travelers...The CG is across the road from a beautiful winery (with a restaurant that we did not try) about 6-10 minutes from I-84. Sites have small grass lots at each with FHU but no fire ring or tables. Nice large trees but I don't think there would be a lot of privacy if there had been people next to us. We were only able to stay for 2 nights because the entire CG was booked for a wedding on the w/e so it's a good idea to call ahead for reservations. They'll give you the site number and then after parking you go across the road to the winery to pay. There are no bathrooms but there is a ports potty. No showers. The CG is right on a golf course-for campers and the sprinklers ran all night which had the effect of cooling off what was already a cool night.Nice for sleeping and I imagine even nicer on hotter nights. There are train tracks on the other side of the golf course (maybe 1000 ft) and there is some train noise but it did not wake us. Or pets were welcome but be careful of burrs from some of the weeds. It seems they mow pretty frequently so there are bus in the walkways. There's a walking/bike trail that runs around the CG which you can then ride down to the Three Island Crossing historical site (where there is an Oregon Trail info museum). This park also has camping but seems more expensive even for over 62.All in all a really nice respite and someplace wed return to for longer if we weren't on our way south on a bit of a schedule.There is also a dump station that is $5 for non-campers.Good Verizon and ATT 4G (3 bars) There was a sign saying WiFi is available but we didn't use it.Best sites: 6,7,9,12, 15 (pull thru) Sites 13 and 14 if both occupied) form a V with little privacy.

  • Area Guides Avatar clcoop
    Secret Spot

    Reviewed 18/4/2016

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    Nightly rate: $25

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 10

    I am a little hesitant to share this gem...this is our secret spot. Small RV park directly across from the winery. Lots of mature trees, grass for the dogs and wide spots. There is golf here too and the river is nearby. We have been here 3 times and will continue to come!

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