Boise-Meridian RV Resort

Boise-Meridian RV Resort
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West of Boise in the city of Meridian sits the Boise-Meridian RV Resort, one of three parks that comprise Northwest Family RV Resorts. Located between the Middle Fork of the Boise River and the mighty Snake River, Boise-Meridian RV Resort allows travelers to quickly access many of southwestern Idaho’s numerous attractions, including the nearby Boise National Forest and the Western Heritage Scenic Byway.

Of course, all that Idaho’s largest city has to offer is just minutes away. Boise-Meridian RV Resort features a clubhouse, an indoor pool and spa, a basketball and volleyball court and a picnic table and tree in every site. In addition to including full-hookup sites, as well as a Wi-Fi connection, this Good Sam-approved park is near malls, Sportsman’s Warehouse, Wal-Mart, art galleries and antique shops. RVers can easily access nearby fishing, hunting and golf. For more information, go to .


  1. I agree with Brian. Sometimes the ideal of “keeping it local” isn’t the best strategy. There are times where it makes sense to bring in a fresh evesppctire. I imagine that is what the Chamber decided based on feedback they received from the community and their plans for the future. Maintaining the same staff or drawing from the same pool can create stagnant organizations. The only way to break up the stagnancy is to bring in some new ideas and fresh evesppctires via new leaders. Locally, Stan Olson is a good local example of this strategy. He brought a lot of change for the Boise School district some are welcomed and some are not. However, our schools now have many progressive programs that we did not have before he arrived. For those that don’t embrace change, it is often viewed as a negative. For those that embrace change, a leader from afar hired through a fair process is viewed as a shot in the arm toward improvement.


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