Idaho Camping Life

Your Idaho Camping Resource

Whether you like camping in a campground near a stream or lake, or hiking into the back country and finding your own spot you’ll find plenty of options below. 

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Boise National Forest

There are over 70 campgrounds on the Boise National Forest. Some campgrounds are more developed than others with a range of paved roads, pressurized water systems, and more modern restrooms. Others are more primitive with dirt or gravel roads, hand pumped water or no water.

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The Dyrt

Idaho has vast tracts of old-growth forests, various subranges of the Rocky Mountains and Hells Canyon, America’s deepest canyon, make camping in Idaho an essential thing to do during any visit. Find over 1250 campgrounds here!

Milky Way by the fire

All Trails

All Trails has 82 trails listed in the Boise area alone! And throughout the whole state they have 865 trails listed! This handy website and app is definitely worth taking a look at for state wide hikes.

Idaho is a large and wild state, spanning two time zones and stretching from the Canadian border all the way south to Utah and Nevada. Its vast tracts of old-growth forests, various subranges of the Rocky Mountains and Hells Canyon, America’s deepest canyon, make camping in Idaho an essential thing to do during any visit.

There are over 70 campgrounds on the Boise National Forest.  Some campgrounds  are more developed than others with a range of paved roads, pressurized water systems, and more modern restrooms. Others are more primitive with dirt or gravel roads, hand pumped water or no water. 

The trusted source for campground reviews for the entire state of Idaho. Find reviews on over 420 campgrounds. Search by location, top rated, and more!

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