Sugar RV Park

265 Propeat Drive, Sugar City, ID


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GPS: 43.8776,-111.7518

Sugar RV Park is located at 265 Propeat Drive, Sugar City, Idaho 83448 with a total of 25 campsites. Before your trip to Sugar RV Park, check out website at or contact them through 208-539-7336 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

43.8776, -111.7518

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 43.8776, -111.7518


Hookups 50 Amp 30 Amp 20 Amp water sewer Full Hookups
Site Amenities big rig pull thru
Facilities trash water available
Pets pets

Overview of Sugar RV Park

Last Price Paid: $35

Reported by Carrie E on 08.10.2021

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4,888 ft / 1,489 m

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75 ft

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  • Owners damaged our RV

    Reviewed 10/8/2021

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 9

    Site number: 11

    I can count on one hand the times I've left a negative review, I assume people are trying to do their best, however, this blatant disregard for others property and unwillingness to take personal accountability has me writing this review so that others are aware of this campground's philosophy. If you don't mind having your RV damaged by the owner's then this Sugar RV Park is a great place to stay! We were in our RV when the owner's college age daughter drove a riding lawn mower into the corner of our slide, felt like a small earthquake. When my husband went outside to see what had happened, the mother, Casey (owner) was assisting her daughter to get out of the literal jam she had gotten herself into between our slide and the electrical box after which they immediately drove off without a word about the incident or the damage! My husband located them and stated the obvious, "you hit our 5th wheel!", to which Casey responded, "Oh, we had to go and get gas". What the heck?? Who is involved in an accident and leaves the scene to go get gas?? That's right up there with, "my dog ate my homework". The impact was enough to rip a screw out of an end cap on the slide and knocked the previously perfectly working slide out of alignment so that now it hesitates and jerks when pulling it in or out. I am pretty easy going about damage to material possessions, it's not cancer or dialysis, but when you hear statements such as, "she didn't hit it hard enough to do that much damage", "I'm reading our contract right now, I don't think we're liable for any damage incurred", "It's up to me where you take it to be repaired", that's when I get irritated! Number one, Casey and her daughter weren't "getting gas", they were trying to get away hoping no one was home and would never know what had happened, number 2, they, the owner's of the RV park, Casey and her daughter were the offenders and we were the victims, they had the ethical responsibility to come to us and explain that an accident had occurred and to assure us that the damage would be repaired to our satisfaction. If those two things had happened, problem solved, move on with life, but they didn't, and in fact the exact opposite occurred. Casey showed her character cards multiple times during this incident, she is unethical and without a moral compass and it is evident she has imparted these values to her daughter. They have 25 RV sites at this campground and they are almost always full, you do the math, 25 x 35.00/night . . . they are not hurting for money and they have a liability policy so I'm left to believe they are selfish, immoral, and unethical. Stay here at your own risk. P.S. - Jim, the camp manager/host is a gem, he's probably the only reason they have any business, his personality resonates everything Casey's lacks.

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Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 08/10/2021

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