RUSTIC MOUNTAIN BEACH DREAM! Camp in mountain solitude with the lake and beach only a short drive away. Enjoy Scotchman's peak and mountain views, sightings of wildlife and horses, stargazing, forest trailheads just down the quiet road; all in a relaxed beachy atmosphere. Shopping, tourist attractions, and all that comes with an eclectic town are just an hour away in Sandpoi
RUSTIC MOUNTAIN BEACH DREAM! Camp in mountain solitude with the lake and beach only a short drive away. Enjoy Scotchman's peak and mountain views, sightings of wildlife and horses, stargazing, forest trailheads just down the quiet road; all in a relaxed beachy atmosphere. Shopping, tourist attractions, and all that comes with an eclectic town are just an hour away in Sandpoint. However, a few excellent restaurants can be found in Clark Fork and Hope. Campsites are private and out of view of our off-grid home but just a quick walk away. And you just might enjoy adventure tales from us about riding our horses across America and other backcountry stories!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Mountain biking available out our driveway. Road biking on the main highway to our road- it's actually part of Bike Route 10, a...Read more
We're just a short drive from the lake where boating abounds.
You can get to excellent fishing on the river in about 10 minutes, or go fish the lake for famous fishing opportunities. If yo...Read more
Famous Scotchman's Peak trailhead is just down the road. Many, many stunning hiking opportunities in our 'backyard.'
There are guest ranches nearby that take out trail rides.
It's a common form of travel around here so join in!
This is winter wonderland from November through March. If you are brave enough to snow camp, then there is no shortage of winte...Read more
This is a lake community. No shortage of swimming places around here!
Moose, deer, and elk frequent our property. There are many other types of large wildlife that are possible to see as well!
Natural features you'll find at Home on the Range Campground in Idaho.
Several options just a short drive away! This is a mountain-lake community!
Our small ranch is in the heart of Kaniksu National Forest area. Treed, quiet, a breath of fresh air from the hustle and bustle...Read more
Lake Pend Oreille is a short drive from our property. This is a mountain-lake community!
Our campsite is right in the Cabinet Mountain Range!
River, stream or creek
Clark Fork River is 10 minutes away. Creeks about in the forests and along trails all around us.
The vibe at Home on the Range Campground
Places to see near Home on the Range Campsite
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
This HipCamp was AMAZING! Happy to say we were their first campers!!! We got there a bit late, but were welcomed very nicely by our hosts. Directions were very easy to follow even with no cell phone reception. The site is far enough from the main home, but close enough if you needed something. There are fire pits and fire wood available for use. The horses and donkey on the property are very friendly and have a story of their own, ask the hosts about their cross country journey on the horses!!!! I would recommend this site to anyone looking for a place to stay. Bonus, you're only 3 hours away from Glacier National Park!
Great place to camp after hiking Scotchman’s peak - only 2 miles from the trailhead. Jeanette was a great host! She made us feel very welcome and treated us like we were old friends. We enjoyed meeting her family, horses and sweet dog Bella, as well as hearing about her cross country horseback trek. The property is remote and off grid. Very quiet and secure feeling with good privacy at the campsite. Firewood available for purchase. Potable water at the house.
The road in is a little narrow and rough, but we had no problem getting our 13’ Scamp trailer down it and any two wheel drive car should be able to make the trek in dry weather. Would recommend texting the host for an update on road conditions if the weather is iffy and you don’t have 4wd.
Jeannette was an awesome host! We were the only guests on the ranch for our one nights stay and it was super peaceful. The sites are far enough away that I think it would feel the same even with other guests. Our site was right across from the horse barn and our dog loved his walks to see the “big dogs”. Jeannette’s dog Bella was a wonderful friend to our pupper and to us! We chose our spot to be close to the trailhead for Scotchmans Peak and would recommend the same to anyone hiking it! The property is about 2 miles from the trailhead. Jeannette made us feel at home and gave us recommendations for our second days hike. The trail of the cedars is about 40 minutes from the property in Montana. Super beautiful! It was also super cool to hear how Jeannette and her husband (not there during our stay) rode across the country on their horses and how they got their property.
Jeannette and Richard are wonderful hosts, who greeted us immediately upon arrival. We very much enjoyed our stay ‘off the grid’. Our only misgivings had to do with having pulled our trailer up a VERY rough road and parked in a rather tight spot. In fairness, Jeannette warned us of the rough road, and that our 18’ trailer was the ‘max’. I would do it again, but in a tent...and definitely site #2.
Gorgeous and off the beaten path
Beautiful place ! Private camp spot with added bonus of super cool hosts that were really welcoming and fun to talk to! Easy access to gorgeous swimming spots. Some bugs so bring some bug spray but so worth the stay .
Jeannette and her family are lovely people and gracious hosts. They answered our questions as things came up and were happy to help us with directions and recommendations in the area, including a nice swimming area. The campsite is basic and far enough away from the main house to feel private. Horses are nearby, which we really enjoyed. Others may want to note that there is no picnic table, so bringing your own folding table or larger surface would be helpful if you plan on cooking at camp. These are country backroads so be prepared for bumpy rides and potholes - our Jeep handles them fine, but not sure how lower cars would fair. Highly recommend doing the Scotchman’s Peak hike as the trailhead is only a few miles away from camp- it’s a strenuous hike but well worth the effort! There is no cell service (yay!) there so download your maps before you go and enjoy some off-grid time.