Camping near Ontario

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Cagle Cove

5 sites · RVs, Tents6 acres · Greenleaf, ID
Learn more about this land: Pick your camping spot around a secluded private fish filled pond. Enjoy beautiful sunsets, fishing, swimming, and wildlife watching. Fire rings and picnic tables at each spot. Located near snake river/Sunnyslope wine country, and golf course. 30 to 45 minutes from Boise but feels like you are away from civilization. Pet friendly area and no nearby neighbors. Amazing opportunity to s t a r g a z e. Although there is room for multiple campers, we have limited the reservations to 4 spots. Drug free!
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Your Spot by Whitewater Park

1 site · RV1 acre · Boise, ID
Stay at this secluded site within walking distance of over 75 continuous acres of public parks, which provide access to the Boise River and the 25-mile Greenbelt path system. Bernadine Quinn Riverside Park and Esther Simplot Park feature a vast network of ponds, trails, open play areas, shelters, and public restrooms with opportunities for swimming, walking, fishing, and paddle sports. The Boise Whitewater Park features unique, adjustable standing waves for river surfing and kayaking. Gear rentals for water sports are available nearby at Corridor Surf Shop in Garden City. Also within close proximity are locally owned coffee shops, wineries and restaurants. Downtown Boise is 2 miles away.
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Waterfront RV camping brownlee

5 sites · RVs, Tents125 acres · Huntington, OR
Learn more about this land: We have 125 acre farm ranch that is waterfront on brownlee reservoir. We have multiple camping spots along the water. There are 4 rv or camp trailer camp spots available. All 4 spots are dry camping. No power or water currently. we have a spot to launch boats which is right between sight 3 and 4. Good fishing. Very little boat traffic. Very private. In the fall big horn sheep frequently rut on the property. We usually have fresh eggs on hand. Dry climate. Sage brush and juniper trees here. We have a easy to access spot to fill up water to your camp trailers or rvs. The water is from a spring and Water tastes really good. This area has a lot of history. Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce tribe often stayed in this area and on the property. In fact this was where his tribe met to discuss and decide to try to go to escape to Canada. This is where that journey started. You can still find arrow heads on the shoreline every so often. I’m ruffly 15 miles north of Huntington oregon. 13 miles of which is dirt road. The property sits at the base of lookout mountain. Really good cell service here with Verizon Full bars. If you decide to come camp make sure your directions take you through Huntington. Google sometimes likes to try to get people to drive over the mountain. Or if your coming from the north it sometimes wants you to go through Richland and then on 34 miles of dirt road. Going Through Huntington onto snake river rd is the easy way to go.
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Micone Ranch

1 site · RV, Tent28 acres · Ontario, OR
Our place is 28 acres, and you can camp anywhere. We can host many people but only want one group at a time. Keep in mind that winter brings snow, and we have a small bridge to cross and a slanted driveway. We are open year-round but make sure your tires can handle our terrain. Reserve a spot and then add any additional tents/rv/vehicles used for sleeping, that will be with you as an additional guest. You can also add extra sleeping structures under the extra tab. Huge windy driveway can accommodate rv campers. A creek runs through the front of the property year-round. Cleared spots available in the non-snow months are small so tent camping only. It is densely wooded. We do have goats in this field. but they are generally shy. Camping areas that people have liked are up top by the top field gate, or down in the field that our large chicken coop is in. There are no large animals in those areas, but chickens do make noises. Up top we have roosters that make noise about 5 am. the lower field on the right is the quietest. The bridge at the entrance to our property is 11' wide, which should allow a standard 8' RV to pass into the property. If you own an extra-wide RV's you should check its width before booking. Extra-wide RV's can park outside the property if you just need a place to park. Look us up on Facebook under Micone Ranch. See daily events and animals! :)
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All in Ranch

1 site · RV, Tent10 acres · Kuna, ID
We only allow overnight stays. Our property is a safe stop for you when traveling through our great state. We have a 10 acre farm, with horse boarding, chickens, goats, dogs, cats, miniature cows raised for junior rodeo. The property is video monitored 24/7. We have plenty of room for you to dry camp, and have a safe night stay when traveling through on your way to scenic mountain adventures.
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Sandhill View Ranch Campsites ⛺️

3 sites · Lodging, Tents30 acres · Notus, ID
Nestled in the rolling hills of southwestern Idaho, this high desert campsite offers a breathtaking view of the Treasure Valley. The valley stretches out before you, with its patchwork of green fields, winding rivers, and bustling towns and cities. In the distance, you can see the rugged peaks of the Owyhee Mountains rising up against the blue sky. The campsite itself is situated on a gravel and dirt leveled site for you to pitch your tent on a level spot, with plenty of room to spread out and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. As the sun sets, you settle into your camping chair, watching the stars come out one by one. The cool night air is alive with the sounds of crickets and frogs, and you can't help but feel a sense of peace and tranquility. at the slowly come alive with the twinkling lights of the towns and cities. You know that you've found a special place here. In the morning, you wake up to a chorus of birdsong.From here, you can see for miles, and you feel a sense of awe where the beauty of nature and the peace of the countryside come together to create a truly unforgettable camping experience. vastness and beauty of the Idaho countryside.
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Upper Country Paradise

1 site · Lodging35 acres · Midvale, ID
Discover the Ultimate Outdoor Haven: Experience Wilderness Bliss at Our Expansive Campsite in the Heart of Upper Country, Idaho! Nestled on over 30 acres of pristine land, our campsite is perfectly situated next to a serene pond and surrounded by breathtaking mountains. Immerse yourself in nature's embrace while enjoying convenient access to nearby attractions like soothing hot springs, the picturesque Weiser River Trail, and the awe-inspiring wonders of Hells Canyon. Whether you seek thrilling adventures, peaceful relaxation, or a mix of both, our campsite offers it all. Unleash your inner explorer, unwind amidst breathtaking scenery, and create unforgettable memories at our Upper Country Paradise. Description (site overview) Our property is nestled bellow the mountains in the upper country of Idaho close to the small quaint farm towns of Midvale and Cambridge where the nearest stoplight is 30 miles away. Whether you are looking to escape hussell and bussell or have a base camp for your next adventure, you've come to the right place! The campsite is perched up near the large pond about 1000 feet off the main road (which you may see 5 cars a day on or the occasional horseback rider). And not to worry, there is a decent driveway that will bring you within 100 feet of the campsite, a pickup or 4 wheel drive is not required. Spring has Sprung! The trees are blooming along with the wild flowers and the pond is full, an oasis for passing ducks and geese and other wildlife. Once you've established yourself enjoy a nice walk around the pond, cast a line off the pedal boat (catch and release), or enjoy a picnic on the island with the ducks and geese. Peace and quiet is all to be had here (other than the occasional bull frog croaking.) But if adventure is what you seek, adventure you will have! Known as the gateway to Hells Canyon, there are many things to do within 5 minutes to 1 hours drive. Drop into Midvale to hit the Weiser River Trail via hiking, horseback, or mountain bike (electric bikes too). Embark on an off road adventure with your UTV/ATV, or motorcycle up the nearby mountains to Sturgill Peak Lookout where you can see 100 miles in every direction. Schedule and excursion in Hells Canyon (deeper than the grand canyon) or take a dip at the local Mundo hot spring. Fishing and floating can be had at the near by Weiser river or boating at Crane Creek Reservoir. Or maybe you're looking for a base camp for hunting season. Again, the recreational possibilities are endless! Bring your supplies and stay at camp or take a short bike ride/drive into town for some food at the Coffee Cabin or a drink at the local tavern. Maybe you forgot something? the Midvale Market has you covered, and they have adult beverages too, open 7 days a week. Midvale also has a nice little park and a local swimming pool. Site guidelines Respect the locals and they will return the favor. We have a great small town community that looks out for one another. You can ride recreational vehicles on most of the local roads if you choose to bring them, just be respectful of the local laws and courteous to the neighbors who live on dirt roads by keeping the dust down when you pass by. No riding off trails/roads, especially on our property! Please bring life jackets or appropriate floatation devices for children who plan to play or swim in the pond. Explore the property and feel free to pick up wood and branches from the ground for the fire pit, but please do not remove or cut down any trees, and keep fires contained in the fire pit and do not burn when it's windy. Bedding is NOT provided at this time. There is a sheet Please bring sleeping bags or desired bedding for the covered queen bed. We also just built a brand new outhouse! We are slowly adding more amenities and plan to build an outdoor shower next. There is an extra tent under the bed for the kiddos or other guests, also a pop up shad for the warm afternoons, it covers the deck nicely.
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Kingswood Ranch

3 sites · Tents3 acres · New Plymouth, ID
Just 1-1/2 miles from exit 3 off the 84 Kingswood Ranch is not only a stop for weary travelers, but was created to be a haven for our Military and First Responders to come and unwind or take a class. We are a 501c3 facility. We are in the middle of farmland where cows moo and corn grows tall. Just 12 minutes away from Ontario OR. should you need shopping.  Walking distance from a working dairy if you ever wanted to see one. We have a 90x130 riding arena, should you be hauling horses yourself and need to let them out. Our horses and dogs are available for petting/grooming should you not have any. Fire pit, outhouse, BBQ and picnic table is onsite.
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Mini Acres Farm

2 sites · RVs6 acres · Emmett, ID
6+ acres in the country with central location that is 15 to 20 minute drive to several towns and cities. Lots of large trees that shade grassy park areas. *Got horses?... We have plenty of room for horses, if you’d like, and free access to our riding arena, horse stall and grazing pasture plus riding trails on BLM land. *Got bikes?... Partake in some beautiful, quiet and picturesque country road rides plus nearby off road access to BLM trails. *Like to fish?... If fishing is your thing, there's plenty with many nearby ponds, lakes and rivers. A relaxing countryfied environment!
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Terriland

3 sites · RVs, Tents4 acres · Emmett, ID
We are three parcels of land approximately 4 acres in all. The orchard consists of 27 different fruit trees, a pond for cooling off or swimming. Explore the greenhouse, gardens and bee yard. Relax with a game of horseshoes or corn hole in the afternoon shady or at the many sitting areas located around the property. 50amp (2) and 110 services available. We do not offer sewer hookups. Located just 1/2 mile from Roadhouse at the MIll, Valor Motorplex and Gem Island Sports Complex, 10 miles to Firebird Raceway and minutes to Black Canyon Reservoir. You can step out the back gate and enter Emmett's walking path that will take you along the Payette river, to the sports complex and downtown Emmett.
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Jerusalem Valley Idaho

1 site · RV15 acres · Horseshoe Bend, ID
Our property is located 20 miles north of Boise. There are endless off-roading/dirt biking/snowmobiling opportunities out our back door. The Payette River offers sections from Class 1 to Class 5+ for those interested in kayaking, rafting or tubing. Easy access to Hwy 55 and into the parking spot. Sixth generation family farm in Jerusalem Valley - an area that provided support to the Boise Basin Gold Rush in 1862.
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At Last Ranch

4 sites · RVs7 acres · Payette, ID
Purchased land in 2019, completing construction of home, shop, and AG buildings in 2021. We call it At Last Ranch because we danced to Etta James’s At Last at our wedding. 20 years and still newlyweds! The place is comfortable and a good base camp if you want to explore the area or just need a place for a night or two. Family home with horses, chickens, and other animals. Must love dogs to stay here. Both sites with electricity and close to water to fill tanks or connect. Site#1 50 amp service on concrete pad Site#2 30 amp service on gravel pad Both sites are next to the residence. Sites 3 and 4 are for dry camping, your rig must be self-contained. The ground is NOT level. Sites 3 and 4 are only $20 per night. House newly built not much landscaping other than natural high desert terrain. Close to Shopping. Close to hunting, lake, and other recreational activities. No sewer services are available on site. Pets okay Room for horses if needed. Call to discuss. Not available for long-term stays. 44°02'15"N 116°51'33"W · 2,182 ft
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Camping near Ontario guide

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Move over Canada—there's another Ontario in town. Hugging the Idaho border on the Snake River, this city is hidden in the Western Treasure Valley of eastern Oregon. Outdoor adventure is in full supply, from boating in river canyons to hiking the Oregon Trail. Ontario's private campgrounds or RV parks are a popular place to set up camp. Kick back with home comforts like Wi-Fi and swimming pools, or explore the area's historic ghost towns. Most Oregon state parks in the area are pretty rustic, so RV resorts are your best bet for RV sites with full hookups. For wilderness camping, head to Farewell Bend State Recreation Area. Laid-back RV and tent camping awaits on the Brownlee Reservoir. Explore desert hiking trails, or boat, water ski, and fish the lake that straddles the Idaho state line. Ever camped in the shadow of a rocky desert canyon? At Succor Creek State Recreation Area, striking rock formations take center stage. Rock hounds rejoice—limited collecting is allowed. The rustic campground is open year round, but keep in mind this place is pretty remote. Cell phone service? Not a chance. For the ultimate seclusion, make camp at Lake Owyhee State Park. The road leading up is pretty sketchy, but this park is worth the drive. Volcanic canyon walls surround the 53-mile-long reservoir—an explorer's paradise. Tent and RV sites are your ticket to kayaking, SUP boarding, and fishing the narrow canyon. Want to hang out closer to town? Stop by the Ontario State Recreation Site. It's a no-camping zone, but there's no better place to enjoy the Snake River. Shove off from the year-round boat ramp, or have lunch on the riverside picnic tables. Keep your eyes peeled—deer and Canada geese are common sights.

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