For campers, Idaho Falls is one of Idaho’s hidden gems. The Snake River flows through the town, providing boating and fishing opportunities. Nearby, you can soak in hot springs, bike the Greenbelt, or hike into the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Local RV parks and campgrounds provide easy access to four-season fun. You don’t have to go far to find great camping in Idaho Falls. Bring your tent or RV to South Tourist Park for dry camping along the river. Right from camp, hop on the Greenbelt Trail and ride down to the town’s waterfall. South of town, North Bingham Park welcomes RVs. You can even shelter your horses in the park’s barn. To the north, Jefferson County Lake and Beaver Dick Park offer waterfront camping. Are you looking for autumn tent camping? Head east toward the Caribou-Targhee National Forest for brilliant fall colors. Near Swan Valley, campgrounds like Big Elk and Palisades Creek nestle among the trees. You won’t get Wi-Fi, but the view from your picnic table alone is worth the trip.