Get an up-close look at what you'll experience in the great outdoors and discover for yourself why "wild" Idaho is like no place else on Earth.
Canyon, Craters of the Moon National Monument, Nez
Percé National Historic Park, and a part of Yellowstone
National Park are only a few of the more famous natural wonders you'll discover when you set up camp in the Gem State.
Home to scenic canyons, waterfalls - and the snow capped mountains of the Rockies - Idaho is the place to find geologic wonders "a million years in the making". In addition, modern Idaho is where campers and hikers of any age and ability can take advantage of a full range of camp sites, from primitive tent camping and camper cabins to luxury rv parks
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More about Idaho campgrounds around the Web:
RV Idaho - A complete guide from the Idaho RV Campgrounds Association with facts and information on both public and privately-owned rv parks statewide including photos, maps and directions.
Idaho National Forests - Information on more than a dozen national forests throughout the state, guiding visitors to official sites with facts on camping cabins, tent and group camping in Boise, Coeur d'Alene and St. Joe National Forests.
Best Campgrounds in Idaho - A survey of the best camping sites throughout the state based on average visitor reviews including descriptions, contact details, information on activities and amenities, fees and reservations, maps and photos.