Campgrounds Trails in Idaho
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Campgrounds Trails in Idaho

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Idaho has 308 campgrounds trails. The most popular trails are City of Rocks, Porcupine Lake and Three Island Crossing State Park. Trails.com member Samantha W. recently completed Last Chance.
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For the brave souls who roll through the challenging roads, this campground will come ...
This relatively large and surprisingly “civilized” campground (it is not especially woodsy) ...
The second-oldest state park, this is one of Idaho’s most unusual camping areas. Virgil ...
This area is garnet country; several businesses along ID 3 are based on mining and processing ...
Finding the campground: Drive 9 miles east of Avery on FR 50 (St. Joe River Road). The ...
Finding the campground: It’s just a few miles uphill and to the south from Conrad Crossing, ...
Beauty Creek is about 1.5 miles away from Lake Coeur d’Alene, but a creek (sometimes dry ...
This is the largest and most popular of the Prichard- area sites. Another of the pretty ...
This is one of the larger public campgrounds in Idaho, located in what the state of Idaho ...
This is the only public campground with both a great setting and great views of Lake Coeur ...
Riley Creek is an outgrowth of the Army Corps of Engineers development of the Albeni Falls ...
In this pretty and often sun-drenched mountain meadow campground well off the busy St. ...
Located mainly in a mountain meadow with forests all around, this campground is situated ...
Finding the campground: From Wallace drive the Beaver Creek Road 15 miles north to Prichard ...
The southeast side of Lake Pend Oreille (along the section of the lake that jags south ...
The west and north sides of Hayden Lake are privately owned, an upscale resort area. ...
It’s an attractive lakeside campground site but only minimally developed. If relatively ...
Shady, well-manicured (without becoming city- park civilized), and sloping down to Priest ...
Check for directions before heading up here into the mountains, because the signs sometimes ...
The southeast side of Lake Pend Oreille (along the section of the lake that jags south ...
A small campground, remote and relatively hard to get to. Still, for those who crave getting ...
The two main loops here are in a forested area overlooking one of the northernmost reaches ...
This is the “flattest” campground among the Priest Lake forest service campgrounds and ...
Unusual for most forest service campgrounds, this one is located near a small community, ...
Facilities here are relatively primitive compared with some of the other public campgrounds ...
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