RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Goodenough Creek Campground

Campground rules and regulations are posted at the site. There are motorized and non-motorized trails leading to the Caribou – Targhee National Forest trail system.

Campsites: 10 developed sites: 5 are restricted to tent camping and 5 of which are designed for RVs/trailers and tents. At this time, and there is not a reservation system in place for the campsites. Campsites are on a first come first serve basis.

This site is equipped with vault toilets, picnic tables and fire rings. There are no dumpsters on site, visitors must pack in and out their trash.

There are no fees associated with this site.

Bureau of Land Management
Drive In
Walk In
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Goodenough Creek Campground is located in Idaho
42.6543 N
-112.2858 W
Get Directions
From McCammon, cross over I-15 and go west about a mile. The road connects to Marsh Creek Road; Turn left on Marsh Creek Road and travel about a quarter mile. Take a right onto Green Road. Continue about 2 miles to the recreation area.
5 Reviews of Goodenough Creek Campground
More than the Name Suggests!

Agreat little campground that is split into a more developed tent area and a primitive tent area.  The developed tent area had gravel pads along with picnic tables and metal fire rings.  There was also a halfdicap vault toilet near the entrance.  At the primitive site we found a wonderful little rope swing that swung out over the creek.  All the primitive sites were wonderfully cool and shaded while the developed sites were more exposed

Beautiful location

Great hiking and horseback riding trails, quiet, not too crowded.

Tucked Away

There are a total of 10 campsites surrounded by trees and water. The campsites are a good size and runs along the creek. There are hiking trails and the scenery is photo perfect. This site is first come first serve so I would advise get there early.

Peaceful creekside camping

Went here in the middle of the summer on a weekend which made it a little busy but all around a great, newly renovated campground. There are a few spots right by the entrance that don’t get much shade in the middle of the day but if you continue past them there are many more sites back in the woods. Only issue we had was people driving too fast on the dirt road.

First to Review
primitive, refreshing

We enjoyed the primitive campsites for their seclusion and feel of living within the wild. Nice hiking opportunities and off road vehicles seemed to be popular as well.