Primitive camping on 20 acres. There is one outhouse that is shared. Quiet and private camping along the creek or within the trees and granite rocks. About two miles to the river and 7 miles to the lake where there is a beach, shopping and more!
- Check in: After 11AM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Wildflowers in Idaho.
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Private and remote camp site in id
We had been let down by another campsite for night of 3rd July on our way from WA to Mt and Tammy was able to accommodate us at very short notice. The site was down a fairly narrow, steep dirt track (we were travelling in an F-250 with roof top tent) but when we got to the bottom it opened up into a small grass area. The sound of the nearby stream was welcome noise to get us to sleep and wake us up. Private, remove and in nature. We enjoyed our one night stop and were very grateful Tammy could accommodate us at such short notice. We would absolutely stay again if we were in the area. No facilities - dry camping - but nature won out;
The quiet woods was exactly what my family needed. There was a great sitting rock I was able to sit on near the camp site and hear the creek. I was also able to look out at the mountain across the valley from this rock ( i named this spot meditation rock). The stream hike was fun for the kids to jump in. Tammy was so gracious with her space and I enjoyed chatting with her. I am excited to come back and stay again.
Pretty disappointing as we were directed to a "site" that didn't appear in any of the photos posted for Wildflowers. We pulled up to a work-in-progress cabin that didn't provide a great tent spot or a flat area to park our van. Pretty property but not well equipped for car camping IMO.
We ended up staying at a nearby state park instead.
Beautiful, got slightly lost
This was a great campsite! It was very quiet and secluded, and we had a great space to set up our tent and camp. However, we got a bit confused when finding the site. If you use the address on the Hipcamp website, it navigates you to Tammy's house about a half-mile further down the road than the site. Look for the no tresspassing sign and turn in there to find the site (on the right). We had a great stay!
Nature retreat - remote & peaceful
We were fortunate to be Tammy's only campers our night at Wildflowers. What a wonderful campsite! You feel like you are completely removed from civilization and far, far away! While you do pass scattered homes on your way in, you are at the bottom of a secluded small valley where there is no noise intrusion with the exception of a far-off train. What you do hear is nature. The rushing creek is steps away. Of all our stops during our cross-country journey, this was our favorite for it's feel of remoteness and complete immersion in nature's cacophony.
Tammy was a gracious and generous host. When we decided to rejoin the world, she lent us her paddle boards so we could enjoy a trip up Sand Creek.
We will return to her Wildflower meadow one day...when we can stay for an entire week!