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The best hot spring camping 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.


Choppin wood for the wood stove.
Nearby Goldbug Hot Springs.
Futon-style couch also functions as a bed.
Vintage camper next to the cabin.
Hammock around the tree that Doug proposed to Shannon by 25 years ago (told ya it's a super special place).
The Meadow
100% 5 Responses
$60/night
Andrea
Andrea: The Meadow is a very special place. Nestled in the trees by Freeman Creek sits a quain...
River Cabin at Iron Horse Forest
Fire pit at the River Cabin
Fire pit and benches at the River Cabin site
Rustic Bench at the River Cabin site
A view from the inside of the River Cabin
George
George: Very nice, well-appointed cabin with electricity, fridge, toaster, 2 coffee makers, ele...
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.
A rare double rainbow looking to the west from our Big Backyard in early spring.
An unexpected visitor wandering through the campsites a day or two after the eclipse.
Still checking out the area
A picture of totality during the eclipse event last summer. The chickens roosted, crickets started up, the stars came out, and the temperature plummeted 20 degrees during this event, it was amazing!
A view of King Mountain and Beaverland pass from the camping area. On the other side of the pass is a natural rock arch that can be accessed by car and a short hike.
The Moonshadow Ranch (MSR)
100% 3 Responses
$30/night
Nicole
Nicole: Moonshadow Ranch was the perfect spot for our family as we pulled together a last minut...
tent people lodging
Great view of surrounding mountains at sunset!
tent people ranch
mountain
The river was running high along the property when we visited. Great spot to take in the distant mountains.
Moonshadow Ranch
88% 12 Responses
$40/night
Michelle
Michelle: We couldn't have asked for a better place to stay during the total eclipse. Toni and h...
Don't miss the Sacagawea Center in the City of Salmon, which offers an educational glimpse into Idaho's rich tribal history.
Open view for rv. and tree sites for tents
5 star breakfast and lunch resturaunt on site
Home of the 5 star breakfast and lunch resturatunt the Ashton sunrise cafe
Plenty Of room for any type of vehicle
Isabel
Isabel: 10 out of 10 stars! Staying next to the Ashton Sunrise Cafe was perfect for a delicious...
Our cute, little camper!
A bright, adorable space! The couch deconstructs into a bed!
Relaxing at the campfire and listening to the nearby river.
A view from the bed looking through the kitchen to the dining area.
Relaxing on the swing overlooking the river.
Meadow Momma-Vintage Camper
100% 1 Response
$50/night
Leah | Tony | Matt
Leah | Tony | Matt: I can’t speak highly enough of our stay! The location is beautiful and private. We met ...
The United States' only captive geyser can be found here. "Soda Springs Geyser" is located in Caribou County.
Views of the fire pit and where we decided to park the van
The river from the view of the hot springs
Perfect spot to sit, have a beer, and watch the flowing river
Front row seat to the river
The hot springs were only 1000 feet from the hipcamp property down the road. Easy place to come and enjoy the river and take a soak. We were blown away by how beautiful the area was!
Sawtooth Soul
82% 11 Responses
$48/night
Kat
Kat: This was such a great and unexpected spot in Idaho! The drive to the property from Bois...
Pond cleanup with view of peninsula
Hip Land with Stream and Pond
North entry of property with view of the South
Empty pond showing peninsula
Hip Land with Stream and Pond
Jeff
Jeff: Actually never made it to the camp. The directions were a little confusing. The host, C...
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.
Front o
william
William: I have 2 campsites .    One is a camping deck  the other a more forest setting. You...
Bugaboo Bungalow
Bugaboo Bungalow
Bugaboo Bungalow
Bugaboo Bungalow
Bugaboo Bungalow
Ben
Ben: Come stay and play at our 30 foot yurt nestled in the West Mountains of Idaho.    Just...
Idaho's capitol building is the only one in the country heated by geothermal water, which is pumped from 3,000 feet below ground!
Front view of the cabin
Float the Middlefork!
Outdoor shower/bathroom area
A view of Cabin and the Main House
Creek and beach area with the other fire pit
Tiny Cabin for 2!
100% 2 Responses
$85/night
Blake
Blake: We loved staying in this cozy cabin! Having the river so close was a nice perk, and we ...
Just relaxing!
"Quiet in the Quakies"
We love to cook around the campfire!
Doug & Shannon
Doug & Shannon: Pitch your tent in our beautiful, quiet aspen grove alongside Freeman Creek. We have a...
Nicknamed "The Gem State," Idaho's mountains contain more than 72 kinds of precious minerals, including gold, topaz, and opal.
Jacob's Ladder
Jacob's Ladder
Jacob's Ladder
Jacob's Ladder
Jacob's Ladder
Jacob's Ladder
44% 8 Responses
$10/night
Barry
Barry: Nice place to stay the night while exploring Idaho. Nearby Niagara Springs and other Th...
Ashton Sunrise Cafe Tent Camp
Ashton Sunrise Cafe Tent Camp
Alexis
Alexis: Everyone was extremely nice and helpful! The site was very easy to get to and close to ...
Coyote Creek Ranch
Coyote Creek Ranch
Coyote Creek Ranch
Coyote Creek Ranch
Coyote Creek Ranch
Ashleigh
Ashleigh: Pitch a tent or bring your self contained facilities and camp on our 1500 acres of...