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The two RV Gypsies travelled
from Crystal Crane Hot Springs in Burns, Oregon
to Boise Meridian KOA in Meridian, Idaho
August 7, 2013

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entering Idaho from Oregon
Welcome to Idaho sign

Boise Meridian KOA
184 W. Pennwood Street
Meridian, Idaho
July 8. 2013

welcome to Meridian sign
the RV and toad of the two RV Gypies at Boise Meridian KOA in Idaho

Since this was just a one-night stop-over and the two RV Gypsies did not want to unhitch their toad, they did not take a lot of photos at this campground. Actually, they never went outside of their RV because this was a rare chance for Lee to get some rest. As full-time RVers, they do a lot of sight-seeing.

But here are a few comments about the Boise Meridian KOA: The people in the office were very nice, and the campground was well kept. The roads were paved, which is unusual, and a real plus. The site the two RV Gypsies got assigned to was barely long enough for the RV and toad of the two RV Gypsies. Parking on the streets, patios, sidewalks, or grass is not allowed. Also the slideout seen in the above photo was actually touching the picnic table.  TV reception was very good and so was the water pressure. The park was in the process of changing their Wi-Fi so the code they gave to the two RV Gypsies did not work. The hot tub was closed. The pool was extremely small. Campground has a no-refund policy, as do many campgrounds.

The two RV Gypsies are not usually concerned with the same amenities that most campers look for because they don't consider themselves campers as they don't spend much time in the campground using facilities. They are full-time RVers who only use the campground as a place to sleep and eat and sometimes use the hot tub. Their main objective is to play tourist in the city and cities outside of the campground with a lot of day trips. They hope all the campground photos and comments help other RVers when they are choosing a campground, although their reasons for choosing a campground is most likely different from people who want to spend a lot of time in the campground enjoying campground amenities.

Comments do not make the campground good or bad in general. They are just statements about the experience of the two RV Gypsies on said date.

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