RV camping in Idaho

RV sites abound in the wilds of Idaho.

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RV camping in Idaho guide

Overview

Occupying an eastern stretch of the Pacific Northwest, sparsely populated Idaho offers diverse landscapes peppered with waterfalls, hot springs, lakes, and rivers. Some 62 percent of the Idahoan landmass is publicly owned, with miles of state parks, national forests, and reserves, plus wild expanses of Bureau of Land Management (BLM) RV spots to choose from. Plenty of RV camping options exist across the state, with private RV resorts offering restrooms, dump stations, and free wifi, and many RV parks operated by Idaho State Parks offering campsites with full hookups. Each region of the state offers its own unique atmosphere: the northern Idaho panhandle and Coeur d’Alene attract winter skiers and snowboarders and summer campers and anglers looking for boating, biking, and rafting. Meanwhile, central Idaho, areas around Boise and Idaho Falls, and southern parts of the state offer fantastic landscapes such as the Craters of the Moon National Monument, the City of Rocks National Reserve, and Shoshone Falls, dubbed the Niagara of the West. And to the east, Yellowstone National Park and Island Park draw RVers in droves.

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