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The 10 best camping spots in Idaho.

A hidden gem of the Northwest, find otherworldy features like Craters of the Moon National Monument among top-to-bottom mountain ranges throughout Idaho.

T-J Ranch
Ella
Ella: Bring a camper or a tent. Enjoy a stay somewhere versitle. Where you can hike, swim, fish, and see the...
Ewe n Me Farm
Carol
Carol: Drive your travel trailer or pitch your tent on our 5 acre working sheep farm. There are trees and a...
Camping in Idaho has a lot to offer, and you might want to start your journey by exploring a stretch of the 1,311-mile Centennial Trail. This cedar-lined scenic route weaves through some of the state's most well-loved sights, including the Middle Fork of the Salmon River, which is a popular spot for both fish and the campers who catch them. Idaho is truly lined head-to-toe with Read more...
Camping in Idaho has a lot to offer, and you might want to start your journey by exploring a stretch of the 1,311-mile Centennial Trail. This cedar-lined scenic route weaves through some of the state's most well-loved sights, including the Middle Fork of the Salmon River, which is a popular spot for both fish and the campers who catch them. Idaho is truly lined head-to-toe with mountain ranges, including Sawtooth in the west and Lost River in the east, boasting Borah Peak, which is Idaho's highest at 12,662 feet. The Bitterroot National Forest has its own range, but that's just one part of its 1.6 million acres and the largest stretch of pristine forest around. You don't have to dig very far to find Idaho's wealth of natural treasures.
Moonshadow Ranch
Jesse
Jesse: We had a great time at Moonshadow Ranch! The campsite was on our way from Portland to Yellowstone -...
Teton Views Camping - Eclipse
Tony & Anne
Tony & Anne: Enjoy unrestricted views of the Teton Range while experiencing the Total Eclipse of the Sun this...
Nicknamed "The Gem State," Idaho's mountains contain more than 72 kinds of precious minerals, including gold, topaz, and opal.
Stanley Lake Inlet Campground
Stanley Lake Inlet Campground sits near the scenic Stanley Lake, surrounded by forested slopes. The...
Solar Eclipse RV Sites E. Idaho
Peter
Peter: These spots are specifically for RVs during the Solar Eclipse on August 21, 2017 in South East Idaho. ...
Idaho's capitol building is the only one in the country heated by geothermal water, which is pumped from 3,000 feet below ground!
Glacier View Campground
Anka
Anka: This campground is one of the most beautiful campgrounds you'll find; well maintained, clean, spacious...
Cascadia Permaculture - Creekside West
Ken
Ken: This is one of three creekside campsites being developed (Developed is the wrong word, other than a...
At 10 miles wide and 7,993 feet deep, Hells Canyon is America's deepest river gorge. This landscape offers dramatic views of Snake River.
Pinehill Camps
Laurie
Laurie: Quiet, peaceful area with 3,500 trees. Camp sites are on grasslands. Clear, wide, expanses for...
Fisherman's Paradise
Jesse
Jesse: Fisherman's Paradise is a great location for those who are wanting to fish the nearby river or explore...