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The 20 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.

Sawtooth Soul
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1. Sawtooth Soul

3. 5 acres on the rivers edge. Bring your camp trailer or your tent. There is electricity, well water and a porta potty on sight. Fire pit on...

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Kat: This was such a great and unexpected spot in Idaho! The drive to the property from Boise was seriously gorgeous! You follow the...
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Moonshadow Ranch
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2. Moonshadow Ranch

I have a large open field with a view of the mountains in The Lost River Valley. The lots are primitive but quiet and comfortable. Our valley has...

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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.
Mt. Heyburn Campground

3. Mt. Heyburn Campground

Sparkling cool waters, scenic mountain views, and rugged wilderness? Sign us up! Mt. Heyburn Campground sits on the banks of Redfish Lake. Paddle...

Sockeye Campground

4. Sockeye Campground

Bring the kids along to Sockeye Campground. There are three playgrounds here, and interpretive programs at the Visitor Center. Redfish Lake is...

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Idaho's capitol building is the only one in the country heated by geothermal water, which is pumped from 3,000 feet below ground!
Outlet Campground

5. Outlet Campground

No filter necessary here – the scenery at Outlet Campground is stunning. Pitch your tent near the banks of sparkling Redfish Lake, with views of...

Glacier View Campground

6. Glacier View Campground

Glacier View Campground sits on the banks of Redfish Lake, with some shade from lodgepole pines. Spend the day on the water kayaking or fishing for...

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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.
Redfish Cabin

7. Redfish Cabin

How does staying in a historical, quaint cabin sound? Yep, make Redfish Cabin your own little cozy home for the weekend. Tucked away in a...

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Mountain View Campground

8. Mountain View Campground

Mountain View Campground is partially shaded and sits on the banks of Little Redfish Lake. Boating and fishing for trout and salmon are popular....

The United States' only captive geyser can be found here. "Soda Springs Geyser" is located in Caribou County.
Point Campground

9. Point Campground

Boaters and wannabe boaters will love Point Campground! Pitch your tent near the shores of Redfish Lake and spend the day kayaking or canoeing....

Chinook Bay Campground

10. Chinook Bay Campground

Chinook Bay Campground is a small campground on the banks of Little Redfish Lake in a lodgepole pine forest. The larger Redfish Lake is a short...

Don't miss the Sacagawea Center in the City of Salmon, which offers an educational glimpse into Idaho's rich tribal history.
Sunny Gulch Campground

11. Sunny Gulch Campground

Sunny Gulch Campground sits along the forested banks of Salmon River. Anglers will enjoy the excellent fishing for rainbow trout, Westslope...

Alturas Inlet Campground

12. Alturas Inlet Campground

This area’s melodious charisma is well-echoed—literally. Home to a large and reservable amphitheatre, Alturas Inlet Campground is home to dozens of...

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Lower O'Brien Campground

13. Lower O'Brien Campground

Lower O’Brien Campground is a small, quiet campground near the banks of Salmon River. The campground is shaded by a lodgepole pine forest. There...

Upper O'Brien Campground

14. Upper O'Brien Campground

Upper O’Brien Campground sits near the banks of the Salmon River in a forest of lodgepole pine. Anglers can spend the day fishing for steelhead and...

Casino Creek Campground

15. Casino Creek Campground

Casino Creek Campground is near the banks of the Salmon River and Casino Creek. This is an ideal campground for anglers and hikers – fly-fishing is...

Mormon Bend Campground

16. Mormon Bend Campground

Mormon Bend Campground sits in near the banks of the Salmon River in an open meadow surrounded by forested slopes. The campground itself has little...

Riverside Campground

17. Riverside Campground

Riverside Campground sits in a narrow valley along the Salmon River. The campground is shaded by the surrounding forest of lodgepole pine. In...

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Little Boulder Recreation Site

18. Little Boulder Recreation Site

A skipping stone from East Fork Salmon River, Little Boulder Recreation Site is an idyllic oasis enveloped by shading vegetation and an atmosphere...

Chemeketan Campground

19. Chemeketan Campground

Tucked-in the understories of lodgepole pines, Chemeketan Campground - Salmon River Headwaters offers a slew of secluded, well-hidden campgrounds....

Flat Rock Campground

20. Flat Rock Campground

For a campground with a little more comfort than some of the primitive camping options in the Salmon-Challis area, check out the family-friendly...