General Park Rules

OPEN: April 1 – Oct 31  *Weather permitting.
By making a reservation, you are consenting to the following general rules & policies of Trinity View Resort.

  • For the safety of all of our guests, the maximum speed while in the campground is 5 mph.
  • We LOVE KIDS! But we also care for their safety. No minors (under the age of 18) are allowed in the swimming area or to use the camp amenities (miniature golf, pool table, game room, disc golf, playground etc.) without an adult being with them at any time.
  • Please NOTE: There is no lifeguard on duty. No one under 18 is allowed to swim without adult supervision at all times. 
  • Please take note of and respect our “Adult Only Swim Hours” if posted. These hours are to allow enjoyment of the pool for all of our guests. We LOVE KIDS but not everyone else does. Please be respectful of our other guests and policies pertaining to minors.
  • Must be 21 years old or older to rent campsite or cabin.
  • Specific campsites or cabins may be requested with the convenience of a “lock fee”. If you opt to not utilize the lock fee, you are guaranteed your selected site or cabin type, but NOT the specific unit number.
  • Registered guests may bring motorcycles and UTVs but please do not ride excessively throughout the Camp-Resort. There are public roads near and around the campground in the area for UTV riding and recreation. *Please take note of private property that we border and obey all private property restrictions.
  • 2-night minimum during Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day weekends.
  • Quiet hours: Sunday-Thursday 10PM-8AM and Friday-Saturday 11PM-8AM.
  • Please, no motorized vehicles on our walking trail. Bicycles or mountain bikes ARE permitted on the path. Please give right of way to walkers.
  • Tents ARE allowed in RV sites. Only one additional tent per site please. *Please note the site is still subject to maximum adults/children in the site depending on the site type.
  • We DO offer trailer and UTV storage. We offer powered and non-powered storage for a nominal daily fee. Overflow parking while staying in the park is free. Please see rates and availability for powered and non-powered storage while you are away from the park. We do not accept any liability or offer insurance for your vehicle or UTV or it’s contents while in storage or in overflow parking. Please have your vehicle insured properly while in storage for theft or acts of nature.
  • Limit 6 people per site. Rates based on 6 people (10 years and older). Additional person fees apply. Please refer to site type restrictions and additional fees.

Resort Reservations

  •  Check-In Time: 12 PM (noon). We do have an early access option beginning at 10 am, but it is available only if site is vacant (i.e. nobody in the site before you).
  • Early access (before check-in time) does not guarantee site/cabin will be ready or available at time of arrival. Early access only guarantees access to the Camp-Resort and Camp-Resort amenities, which requires parking in overflow. Access is based on availability – please call for info. If you require access before 10 AM, please book the site for the night prior.
  • Check-Out Time: 12 PM (noon). Extended access is available for $10/hour to accommodate your stay in the Camp-Resort until 5 PM. Subject to availability. 

Reservation Change Policy

  • Changes to reservation arrival or departure dates made outside of the respective cancellation window will result in a $10 reservation change fee. Guest is responsible for any resultant difference in rates.
  • Reservation arrival or departure dates may be changed inside the reservation and cancellation window but please note that guests may be subject to a difference in rates or reservation change fees. 

Cabin Reservations

  • Tents are not allowed at cabin rentals or in cabin area. Guests staying in tents can utilize the tent area (subject to tent area fees).
  • Cabins have one full/queen bed (comfortably sleeps 2). Cabin maximum is 4 people over the age of 10. Children under 10 are an exception to this number if staying with parents. Guests are welcome to bring their own additional bedding and sleep on floor. Additional linens, air mattresses can be rented from the resort
  • Minimum 2-night stay requirements apply during holiday weekends. 
  • Our cabins are non-smoking. An excessive cleaning fee will be assessed if our policy is violated.
  • Pets are NOT allowed in the cabins. Pets are not allowed to be kept in crates or leashed unattended in the cabin area. Day guests (no overnight guests) to the cabin can have pets on leashes while visiting but not inside the cabins. 

Payment Policy

  • Payment is due in full at time of booking or upon check in. 
  • We gladly accept Cash, Check, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express & Venmo.

No Show Policy 

Reservations will be held until one hour after check-in time. No shows or guests not calling to let us know of a late arrival or change in their reservation or travel plans, will result in full forfeiture of funds. 


Pet Policy

Pet Policy 

**The Bark Park is temporarily under construction.**

  • Pets of the registered RV site occupant are welcome, but limited to 2 pets per site.
  • Guests or visitors may not bring pets with them.
  • Pet owner is responsible for pet clean-up and noise control.
  • Pets must be kept on a leash when away from site and may not be left unattended at the site.
  • No pets allowed in cabins or at tent sites.
  • For the safety of our guests, pets must be up-to-date on vaccinations.
  • We reserve the right to ask you to remove hostile pets from the Camp-Resort.
  • Pets may be off leash in our Bark Park area. Please respect the additional rules and policies posted in our Bark Park off leash area.
  • Trinity View Resort does not accept any liability for pets brought onto the resort. Owners are liable and responsible for any injuries, accidents or issues with their pets (on or off leash). By making a reservation, you are accepting the responsibility to obey all rules and policies regarding your pet. 
  • Trinity View Resort reserves the right to protect other members and guests from aggressive or off-leash animals including but not limited to restraining any animal off-leash.  

Cancellation Policy

Guests will be billed the full amount of the stay at the time of reservation or upon check-in with the exception of add-ons,  reservation changes and group reservations (changes subject to reservation fee change such as pets, number of people, site change, storage, recreation pass purchases, etc.) which may occur at time of arrival or during stay. 

  • We do not give credit or refunds due to the discomforts of nature. Welcome to Idaho! The fun continues rain or shine!
  • The cancellation policy shall be amended in the event a natural disaster (i.e. Blizzard, Hurricane, or Tropical Storm Watch/Warning) is issued for the camp-resort area OR when there is a mandatory evacuation of the area and the camp-resort will be closed. Our cancellation policy varies depending on the timing of your cancellation notice in advance of the reservation. Please refer to our cancellation policy below:  
  • Under 48-hours (2 day) notice, no refunds.

  • Under 1 weeks (7 day) notice, the cancellation fee is 50% of the total reservation.

  • Under 2 weeks (14 day) notice, the cancellation fee is 25% of the total reservation.

  • Over 2 weeks (14 day) notice, no cancellation fee.

Holiday Weekend and Event Cancellation Fee: 

 Under 1 week (7 days)  from day of event or start of holiday weekend (Thursday prior to the weekend) notice, no refunds.    

Under 2 weeks (14 day) notice, the cancellation fee is 50% of the total reservation.

Over 2 weeks (14 day) notice, no cancellation fee.

Trinity View Resort Terms and Conditions

Terms & Conditions: We are super glad you’ve decided to camp with us! We want you to have tons of fun here, but we also want you to remember the rules. And we want you to get to know us a little better, so don’t take any of this personally. Unless you’re one of those people who take everything personally, then knock yourself out – as usual, it’s all about you. 

Now, let’s get to it. We are all about happy camping! Camping should be fun and for fun people. Our hope is to spread joy to you and all of our guests that come stay with us. We believe whole-hearteduly in loving your neighbor and being respectful of one other. When everyone follows the rules, then it just makes for a much better experience for everyone. But let’s be serious, it mostly makes for a much better experience for us as your hosts, so just follow the rules and help US help YOU! If you seem to have a hard time getting along with someone next to you that is different from you, from a different place than you, has a different shade of skin than you, believes something different than you, voted for someone you don’t like, is prettier than you are, prays or doesn’t pray, or is camping with someone you are pretty sure you’d never camp with – AND you feel the need to make a comment to us or them about it, then please don’t come here. As much as we are laid back and light-hearted about most things, being rude or intolerant of others is not allowed here. Also, no grouchy, greedy, condescending, dismissive, or in general, anxiety-riddled, unkind humans at camp. We bought this awe-some place and most people come here to get away from those people. If you’re one of them, stay home. And might we recommend a good therapist? Or maybe just a big, Idaho hug? By the way, the big Idaho hugs are free here. The therapy is not.

Avoid spraying things into your eyes or into your kids’ eyes. (Yes, we are surprised how often this happens). While campfires are allowed (unless otherwise posted during a burn ban), avoid lighting things other than the wood you brought, or purchased here, on fire. Please be advised, many suitcases look alike. Many campsites look alike. Many RVs look alike. Many spouses look alike. Camp at your own risk. Park at your own risk. Eat at your own risk. Drink at your own risk. Walk at your own risk. Swim at your own risk. Please obey the pool rules and note there is no lifeguard on duty. This means if you get drunk and fall in the pool, or wrap yourself up in your super cute oversized beach towel and then trip on it and launch yourself into a wooden pool chair, we’ll call for help as quickly as possible, but you’re on your own for about 35 minutes because we are in the sticks and it will take a bit for real help to arrive. Incidentally, the rules to the pool are on the large obnoxious red and white sign that doesn’t match our color scheme. We decided to not have it match our color scheme so you’ll notice it and read it. Stupid parents let their kids swim alone. Don’t be a stupid parent. Don’t flush things in the toilet that don’t go in the toilet or you might have to buy a toilet. Don’t wash your feet in the sinks. Don’t wash your feet in the toilets. In fact, don’t put anything in the toilets that is not intended for toilets. If you don’t know what toilets are intended for then you’re too stupid to camp here. Camp chairs and pop-up tents pinch fingers and are dangerous. That first step out of your trailer is a doozie. Pretty sure nothing you do here is tax deductible but I’ve wrong alot and you are welcome to talk to your CPA about that. Camping is not recommended for people who don’t like the outdoors. Nothing here is level. When lighting anything that is fueled with propane, don’t put your face right next to it so you can “see what you’re doing better”. Your trailer is basically made of kindling so please be aware of how close you put your grill and your firepit to it. There are at least two really big garbage receptacles in a very obvious place at camp. We’ll be happy to help you find them if you get lost. Please put your trash in there. When we have to dig your trash out of tiny little bathroom trash cans or from under a rock, we shake our heads and wonder if you’re really okay. 

Wildlife-ey things live here so expect to wake up early to birds chirping and deer walking right through your campspot.  If the birds wake you up, count it as one of the gifts of being here, make some coffee and watch the sunrise. Cows, deer, elk, bear, elephants, camels, anything you would NOT quite expect to be in the middle of the road are sometimes right in the middle of the road and have the right of way up here – yep, that’s right, “Open Grazing” is a real thing and there are laws about it in Idaho. If you hit a cow, you buy a cow. And they make really really big dents in your stuff, so we recommend slowing your roll down already on the dirt road. It’s also a super big bummer when you run over a kid on a bike or a person walking their dog, and we have to call people like the police and fill out a bunch of paperwork, so again, we’d appreciate it if you’d slow your roll when driving through and around camp. If someone yells at you while you’re driving around camp, either you’re dragging your septic hose around, or you’re driving too fast. You’ll probably know which by the number of fingers they put up.

We know you love your dog more than you love any of us, but they are not the boss of you. They are also not the boss of us. We have a 2 pet maximum per campsite. If you have an issue counting to 2, look down. Count your feet. If you have more pets than feet, you brought too many. Pick up your dog poop, it’s just the right thing to do. If your dog is not on a leash, please just understand we will assume you want them to be treated like any other wild animal roaming the park and they may or may not be considered “in season”. We know you love your kids more than you love any of us, but they are not the boss of you. They are also not the boss of us. If your kid is roaming the campground and causing mayhem, please just understand we will assume you want them to be treated like any other wild animal roaming the park and they may or may not be considered “in season”. Do not assume everyone likes your dog. Do not assume everyone likes your kids. In fact, while you’re at it, you probably should not assume everyone likes you either.  Please take your dogs and kids with you when you leave. 

We have big rocks here, try not to hit them. Try not to back into other people’s junk. If you do, let us know. We will probably just look at you and shake our head, but we still want to know so we can make fun of you and wave when you drive away with a big dent in your stuff.  Don’t take it if it’s not yours- that’s called stealing and in some parts of Idaho you can be shot for that. You’ll forget something, you can count on it. We will share anything we have or help you dig up something that will work so you don’t have to drive to town to get it, but If you borrow it, please put it back where you found it. And for crying out loud Jim, turn off the propane grills that we let you use for free when you’re done using them. By the way, we have propane grills we let you use for free. Please kindly clean up after yourself when you use them for the next guest. Also by the way, if you use our propane grills (that by the way are free) you may have to scrape it down or clean it because the last bozo that borrowed it may not have done so. We reserve the right to change the rules at any time depending on what kind of mood our “customer service team”. We also reserve the right to change the rules at any time depending on what kind of mood YOU are in. We are usually really super happy people, but sometimes people back into things or put things in toilets or burn stuff they shouldn’t and then we get crankty for a minute. We always get over it, but if you happen to come upon us and we’re making an ugly face, it’s not because we don’t like you, it’s because we might just have been born with an ugly face, or someone just backed into something or burned something they shouldn’t, or put something in the toilet. If we ask you nicely to remember one of our rules, it would be really super cool if you could just respect that and follow them. We do have people big enough to throw you over the fence, but it’s kind of not fun when we have to.  If we ask you to leave or not come back, it’s because you were a total jerk and we gave you like 4 chances to not be.

We will probably like you in a REALLY BIG WAY and are very glad you’re camping with us but our long term goal is not to pay you to camp with us, so if you don’t like our prices and can’t afford to park your “recreational vehicle” here, then don’t. We won’t take it personal. We didn’t invent Idaho sales tax, but we do charge Idaho sales tax and pay Idaho sales tax. Sales tax has kind of been a thing for like awhile now so if you don’t understand it, you can probably google it or something. It gets really hot here in July and August. And interestly enough, sometimes right in the middle of December for really no explainable reason at all. Things in mirror are closer than they appear. No fighting when parking or backing your trailer. No barking orders to your spouse loud enough for the person in the next camp spot to hear you. If your wife can back a trailer better than you, just let her.  If your husband can back a trailer at all, fix him a cold drink and say thank you.  Everything is slippery when it gets wet. This place is in the mountains, therefore lots of mountain-ey stuff happens here like bugs, dust, wind, dirt, spiders, frogs, snakes and all of the seasons of weather. Sometimes all in the same day.  Ever seen Caddyshack? Welcome to our Caddyshack. Please watch your step around camp – there are like really alot of ground squirrel holes everywhere. Our office is not always open, sometimes we have to eat or go fish something out of a toilet and step away. We try to answer your calls and texts early and late but try not to be surprised when you learn we don’t sleep at the office.    We actually love people and are thrilled that you want to camp with us, but not everyone is going to like it here and we understand. We’ll try not to take it personal. That pretty much sums it up but we know that for some reason packing up all of your favorite things and people in the heat of summer, putting $500 of fuel into every vehicle you own, packing enough food for 25 people when you’re only bringing 4, stopping at the store for more food on your way that you didn’t really need because you actually just stopped for ice and beer but your wife bought a bunch of other stuff in case Jack Larry and Wendy Jo and all their kids decide to come up, driving at least an hour to get here, some of it on a dusty road you didn’t read previously in our policies that we warned you about, and then getting here and finding out you forgot something….can tend to make some people cranky. We get it!  That’s exactly why we bought this place! But try to remember camping with us is a voluntary sport, you made it into these aboslutely stunning surroundings. We don’t have a trophy for you and we aren’t the MGM Grand but we also don’t charge $27 for water. It’s pretty darn cool here and you paid to get here afterall, so tell us your woes (in 5 sentences or less) and we’ll do your best to help you get over it and enjoy your stay! If we don’t and we drop the ball, please tell us. We want to do everything we can to make it great for you while you’re here and a little better for the next guest so we’d love to hear how we can do that.  Thanks for camping with us! 



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