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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.

Top-rated stays

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208 Ranch
6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents10 acres · IdahoLocated near the base of the Owyhee Mountain Range, our land is a perfect fit for adventure...
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$50
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Loo-uvre Restroom and Shower House. No fee so please clean up after yourself.
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Activities and Views--Idaho Country
32 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents10 acres · Rigby, IdahoIn the beautiful Idaho countryside, our Inn was created in 1999 at the booming year-round...
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$38
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Parkside Mountain Ranch
15 sites · RVs, Tents450 acres · Plummer, IdahoPrivate Exclusive Campsites is what we will provide for you while staying with us! Parkside...
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$75
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friendly trees and hidden delights to discover
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Boho Idaho
8 sites · RVs, Tents6 acres · IdahoNatural beauty in a biodiverse forest that feels private while still being close to everything....
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$40
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No wonder Mike loves living here!
99%
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Mike and Brenda's getaway
5 sites · RVs, Tents101 acres · Cataldo, IdahoOur campground is part of our working farm. We have a permanent wetland conservation easement on...
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$35
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The lake
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A Wee Place in the Woods
5 sites · Lodging5 acres · Priest River, Idaho🌿 Hidden amongst towering evergreen trees lies this charming oasis that celebrates art, creativity and community. Five acres of old-growth forest, lush greenery and a rainbow-array of seasonal flowers awaits you. Stunning woodland views in every direction. Soothing sounds of a year-round creek. Active wildlife. 🌿 Accommodations vary from creekside camping to a quaint 1-room cabin with adjoining half-bath (sink + commode). All guests have access to camp amenities including fully-stocked outdoor communal kitchen, fire circle, dance floor, creek-side trails, craft supplies, solar shower, star-gazing area and labyrinth. 🌿 Whether you seek relaxation, spiritual renewal, or the perfect location for a family reunion or special event, you’ll find it here. Meet new friends. Make new memories. We warmly welcome you! 🌿 It is our pleasure to provide complimentary firewood, propane and charcoal, as well as soap and luxury shampoo during your stay at A Wee Place In The Woods. 🌿 ❣️PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN food, cooler, bedding, pillows, towels, and lanterns or flashlights.❣️
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$85
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Down the creek a little way.  (Creekside South)
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Casler Farm West
4 sites · RVs, Tents17 acres · Clark Fork, IdahoNOTE: DUE TO RECENT FLOODING, SOME CAMPSITES HAVE BEEN DESTROYED AND CURRENTLY THE OUTDOOR SHOWER...
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$40
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The front of the River Cabin in the morning
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ALMOST TO CANADA - FAR NORTH IDAHO
3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents15 acres · Bonners Ferry, IdahoNote: We have a Bonners Ferry, ID mailing address but our physical location is approximately 30...
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$30
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walking up to the cabin from the rest of the property
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Phoenix Rising Ranch
3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents20 acres · IdahoThis is a very private and quiet place, more of a sanctuary and not a party place. The only thing...
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$47
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Shaunna D.'s Heaven on Earth - Romance, Adventure and Relaxation Await!
3 sites · Lodging, Tents7 acres · Priest River, IdahoMeet your hosts at Cedar River, Shaunna and Jeremiah. Along with their children and extended...
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$75
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The heated tepees at Caribou Ridge.
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David C.’s Land
3 sites · Lodging211 acres · IdahoOnce a farm in the early 20th century. This area then became an outdoor adventure summer camp in...
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$125
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The Park at Swan Valley
32 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents28 acres · IdahoLearn more about this land:Enjoy a QUIET location with full hookups for your RV or pitch your...
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$30
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All camping options

In the eastern reaches of the Pacific Northwest, Idaho offers recreation throughout the year, from whitewater rafting to backcountry exploration. Winter sports are big, with ski resorts all over the state. If you're planning on camping, summer is the best time to visit, particularly if you want to see Idaho's many hiking trails, hot springs, waterfalls, or lakes. Hipcamps are your best private camping option, while Idaho State Parks manages many of the public campgrounds in the state, most coming well equipped with fire rings and picnic tables. Some also have yurts, and many offer RV sites with full hookups.

Where to Go

The Idaho Panhandle

Between Washington and Montana and stretching up to Canada’s border, this forested region is ideal for winter skiing and snowboarding, plus hiking, biking, and kayaking in warmer months. Highlights include Nez Perce National Historic Park and Hells Canyon National Recreation Area, where the Pandhandle rivers are particularly beloved by whitewater rafters. Popular camping areas include Priest Lake State ParkHeyburn State Park, and Farragut State Park, and you can also find campgrounds on the Banks of Lake Pend Oreille and Lake Coeur d'Alene.

Southwest Idaho

On the border of Oregon, southwestern Idaho features lots of outdoor and cultural attractions, plus plenty of wineries and breweries. Boise, the state’s capital, is here and despite its small size, the fast-growing city has great museums and restaurants. Popular getaways from the city include Payette National ForestBoise National ForestPonderosa State ParkLake Cascade State Park, and Bruneau Dunes State Park.

Central Idaho

Characterized by alpine landscapes and crystalline lakes, central Idaho is as known for its summertime hiking as it is for its ski resorts, including the world-famous Sun Valley. Some of the best camping spots in the region include Redfish Lake in Sawtooth National Forest, Craters of the Moon National Monument, and the City of Rocks National Reserve.

Eastern Idaho

The gateway to Yellowstone National Park, eastern Idaho is chock-full of outdoor fun, from fishing on the Snake River's South Fork to cruising down the country's longest Main Street in Island Park. Summer is great for hiking and biking, while winter brings opportunities to ski and snowmobile against the backdrop of the Tetons. The region is also home to a handful of hot springs, the most famous of which is the odorless Lava Hot Springs.

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Hipcamp acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and future and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.