RV camping near Idaho Falls

From mountains and rivers to museums and restaurants, RV campers can enjoy it all in Idaho Falls.

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RV camping near Idaho Falls guide

Overview

Park your RV along the Snake River and take advantage of easy access to the River Walk and Greenbelt, along with cultural attractions, museums, and historical sites. Or find a waterfront spot for your rig at Jefferson County Lake, Massacre Rocks State Park, and Lake Walcott State Park. Head north to Harriman State Park for fly fishing and Henrys Lake State Park for epic trout fishing. Explore millions of acres of wilderness and plenty of wildlife at Targhee National Forest and Caribou National Forest, or a volcanic landscape at Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve. For grand mountain and geothermal adventures, head over the border to Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. In the winter, head to Island Park, the Snowmobile Capital of the World, or ride in the Teton Mountains. There are limited Idaho Falls RV parks with amenities, but those that do offer the likes of swimming pools, hot tubs, playgrounds, and wifi.

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