- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
You are welcome to ride on the property but please stay on the roads and observe boundary markers.
The river is pretty swift by the campsite. Finding pools upstream or downstream are the best bet. Nearby Robinson Lake and Sinc...Read more
Hike/Walk our property. Don't miss the short hike to Copper Falls nearby.
Horse tie up and riding on property is allowed. No corral is available on the property.
The Moyie River is a great river to float or kayak during safe river conditions. The rapids become more difficult below Meadow ...Read more
At southern end of the Moyie River...get expert guidance .
Your host has seen the following on the property : Bald Eagles, Golden Eagles, Owls, Ermin, Turkey, Grouse, Chipmunks, Squirrel...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Iron Horse Forest Cedar Grove Camp in Idaho.
You are in it!
Several on USFS land with public acces
The property is nestled between the Selkirk and Cabinet Mountains.
River, stream or creek
Campsite is on the bank of the Moyie River
Don’t miss the nearby, easy hike to Copper Falls!
The vibe at Iron Horse Forest Cedar Grove Camp
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Beautiful and secluded
Paul’s place was very well kept, directions were accurate and the location was BEAUTIFUL. If you’re looking for peace and privacy, this is the place! Very secluded and right next to the river which had easy access to get in and out of. The river was perfect for pups too, not deep and the flow wasn’t super strong right there. We had a great time sitting our camp chairs in the water watching the pup swim. Would definitely recommend to others!
I have hiked or canoed many miles and discovered camping spots of exquisite beauty, however, for a place accessible by car, Iron Horse Forest Tent Camp situated by the Moyie River is pretty idyllic. Apart from the occasional rumbling of freight trains, I experienced three days of sublime peace and quiet, spoiled only on Sunday afternoon by the Lord's army popping off many more rounds of ammunition at the local range than I have heard in my entire life (I guess you never can tell when those wild Canadians might invade 😊!). After a three hour return bike ride along the charming Moyie River Road, it was invigorating to wash away the sweat by dipping into the river back at the campsite. The host, Paul, has crafted a very fine and sizable cooking/ eating shelter that has a view of the river, stays mostly shady in the hot afternoon and is replete with a bear cache so there is no need to lug food back and forth from the vehicle. Sitting on a homemade bench, I enjoyed playing my guitar by the fire in the evening, knowing that my modest blaze was pretty safe in the ultra-savvy fire pit. The only negative of the Iron Horse Forest Tent Camp, in my opinion, is the actual tent site; the location is lovely, but the ground is uneven and rutted. Furthermore, any scout would tell you that water would run from all sides into the tent if it rained. It's as if an otherwise fastidious five-star hotel had bought its beds used from the local brothel. Such a rough piece of ground probably needs a wooden platform to make it truly suitable for tents; doing so, would elevate Iron Horse Forest Tent Camp to the upper echelons of Hipcamp sites where it undoubtedly belongs.
Whatever you do, camp here!
Absolutely amazing little piece of heaven. The tent pad was about as comfortable as possible (It's obviously brand new and well maintained). The structure is also very high quality and appears to be pretty new, including the high quality bear locker. We didn't use the Charcoal grill but it looked like it had only been used a few times as well.
The Moyie river is perfect for a float, although we weren't prepared to take advantage of that (this time). It also appears to provide some good fly fishing based on what I watched a few anglers pull out of the water, I wasn't able to partake in the fishing due to having to keep an eye on our 3 dogs and 7 year old tiny human.
If you have concerns about the privacy due to the additional Iron Horse cabin, don't worry about it as it's quite a ways down the river from the tent camp. Non issue for us.
Our host Paul was the best! His communication was second to none and he provided us with ample info about the area to keep us entertained for the few (or should I say too few?) days we were able to stay.
There's a good chance we will be back to visit again. Thanks Paul!
Great camping spot
Paul was an excellent host and was very accommodating. The site was beautiful and you could see the stars from the tent spot. I really wish i could have stayed a lot longer. This was a great spot and easy to get to.
Site was well maintained. Stream was awesome to plop down a chair and read. My only surprise was how close the camp site was to the main house property. It felt private enough in the darkness but not during the day. Awesome amenities make it an ideal place to stay on your way to or from Canada.
The perfect little camping spot!
We were so lucky to find this beautiful site perched right on a meandering creek surrounded by rolling hills. The amenities were just perfect with a really nice kitchen shelter and fire pit. The tent pad and pit toilet were really great to have as well.