Please respect others by walking on paths and roads, not through sites. Please keep your generator silent at all times. Leave your bagged trash at your site for pickup between the hours of 10am and 2pm or deposit at the dumpsters as located on your campground map. Please stay with your children at all times and when under 14 years of age at the pool. There is no lifeguard and you swim at your own risk. You may smoke outdoors but not inside any buildings including cabins and other accommodations. Campers are responsible for any damages they might cause to our property. The campground is also not responsible for any losses or damages due to theft, fire, acts of God or acts of other campers. Please limit clotheslines to awnings only, utilize fire pits with utmost care and attend fires at all times. Management reserves the right to have ejected any or all violators of these rules and regulations without refund.
Quiet hours are from 10pm to 7am. All children must remain under parental control at all times. Please respect your neighbors and keep your volume down during this time period. Children must be back at your campsite during these hours.
Please make sure all visitors check in with the office to obtain a visitors pass. Visitors must leave the campground by 10pm. There is also a facilities use fee for all visitors. Not only one vehicle with guests per site is permitted.
Keep pets on a leash when outside (6 feet maximum). Pet area is the only area pets are allowed off the leash. Clean up all the messes. Restrict pets to outside areas. No pets are permitted in the playground, pool area or any of the KOA buildings (excluding 1- and 2-room cabins for dogs only). Never leave your pets unattended.
Our goal is to give 110% every day to every camper.
The Carranzas first stop in Idaho was Shoshone Falls, where they instantly fell in love with the rainbows created by the waterfall's mist. On September 14, 2005, after leaving their longtime residence of Southern California, the Carranzas became KOA campground owners. Along with their two children, Oscar's parents and Oscar's brother, Kimberly and Oscar started their new life at the Twin Falls/Jerome KOA. "We have three generations of our family working here at our KOA; it's really special," said Kim.
With the help of their family, the Carranzas experienced a great first year. "Our KOA matches us perfectly; a small town feel with big city entertainment just around the corner. Everyone has been working very hard and having lots of fun". Kim spends most of her time in the café and Oscar spends most of his on the golf cart, chatting with campers. "We love the people; they bring us the most joy."
The Carranzas recently remodeled the campground store, which is their favorite part of the campground. "The store is the "hub" of our KOA. It's where we get the opportunity to meet our guests and engage them personally," said Oscar. "Our goal is to give 110% every day to every camper."
When not working hard at their campground, Oscar and Kim can be found camping, volunteering with Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, reading, woodworking, or quilting.