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Freedom Ranch

3 sites · RVs66 acres · Pierce, ID
Experience the tranquility of nature at Freedom Ranch where exceptional hospitality meets pristine soundings. As a small family-owned ranch nestled in the picturesque Idaho mountains above Orofino, we offer a unique get away like no other. Discover our elevated property and beautiful setting surrounded by towering pines and sweet melody of nature. Escape the crowds and embrace the intimate experience where you can truly unwind and reconnect with loved ones. Located minutes from Downtown Historic Pierce, ID near by activities include: hunting, fly fishing, skiing, snowmobiling, ATV riding, hiking, gold panning, logging museum, swimming.
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Grangeville Farm

3 sites · Tents1 acres · Grangeville, ID
Parcel Size:1.15 AcresLearn more about this land:Are you looking for a rare and prime opportunity to camp in Cottonwood, Idaho? Well this could be your chance. These flat, corner lots have city water and city sewer available to the farm.
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Burnett Homestead

15 sites · RVs10 acres · Kooskia, ID
We moved from the big city of Austin TX to middle-of-nowhere ID without a clue where we would live, what we would do for work, and no friends or family nearby. All we knew is that someday we wanted to own land, start a homestead, raise our family, and grow our own food! Then we found out we were pregnant! So the hunt began for a piece of land to call our own. We found this beautiful little lot and thought 10 acres sounded just right. The neighbors were quiet and friendly, it was in the perfect area to do a lot of outdoor recreation, and we felt right at home with the small-town vibe. It had all we needed - groceries, a post office, and each other. When we tell people where we came from, they always ask, "How did you find this place?!" We kind of just closed our eyes and pointed at the map. Ok, maybe it was a bit more calculated than that, but honestly, not by much. We really did just pick a place we thought would be good for what we wanted to do, read the Wiki page on the town and surrounding areas, and decided it was exactly what we were looking for. So we moved, site unseen. We searched for land for almost two months while camping all around the area, and finally landed on this one. We are very proud of this 10 acres and have big plans for it, but it's been sitting for about a year now as we've been behind schedule on making the improvements we want to make. It would be awesome if it could be used and loved until we are able to continue building our dream. That's where you come in! Thank you for your interest and welcome to the Burnett Homestead!Learn more about this land:This is bare land with no hookups, but it is 10 beautiful acres of green grass with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. Wildlife loves to pass through and bed down in our pasture. It is a very quiet neighborhood. We have exciting development plans coming soon, but are really looking forward to hosting campers in the meantime! There is only a dirt road up the hill to a more level camping area, so 4x4 or AWD will be recommended to ascend the driveway. We had it made with an extra wide switchback to allow trailers to turn easily. We welcome tent, RV, and van campers alike! Our property is only MINUTES away from hunting, fishing, and hiking. There are grocery stores and gas stations nearby as well. Bring your pets, bring your toys, and get ready to have fun! Take some time to explore our cute little town as you drive through. Welcome to rural Idaho!
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The best camping near Nez Perce National Historical Park guide



The park headquarters for this National Historical Park may be in Idaho, but the park itself is spread across four states. There are 38 different sites to visit. Learn about the Nez Perce tribe when you watch the fascinating film at the Visitor's Center. You can also see what a Nez Perce tipi was like and pay your respects at the cemetery. Overall, you're likely to come away with a different perspective on the history of the West.

Make sure to set aside enough time to view the amazing quillwork and beadwork of the Nez Perce. If your timing is right, you can also watch some demonstrations in action—watching an artist with an array of native flutes, for instance.

Is hiking your thing? Grab a trail map at the Visitor Center, and set out to explore. The Canoe Camp connects you to the Lewis and Clark Exposition. You can also stroll the short trails around the Spalding Visitor Center to visit the various ruins. You might even see a wild turkey.

The beautiful lawns here are a great place to toss around a Frisbee or have a picnic lunch. If you want to explore the monument for several days, hit up Hipcamp to find ranch and riverside campsites in this region.

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