Upper Coffee Pot Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Coffee Pot is so popular that the forest service doesn’t even include it among some of its campground materials for the area—word of mouth alone keeps it filled. The location is one reason; an estuary of one of the Henry’s Fork streams slowly meanders only feet from where campers set up. You needn’t look for a Lower Coffee Pot campground, because there isn’t one. However, there are upper and lower Coffee Pot Rapids on Henry’s Fork. At the campground this river is placid, but a hike on the well- marked Coffee Pot Rapids Trail will take you to a canyon where the water runs fast and its sound may remind you of, yes, a coffeepot. '
Shade and sun are almost perfectly balanced at this campground. Six of the sites have electric power hookups, and veteran campers here often snap them up. A campground host monitors the entrance. Fishing, hiking, and other recreation options are available. Except for the almost- always full grounds, this campground exemplifies what people usually look for in Island Park–area camping."