About Cloverleaf Campground
Cloverleaf Campground is situated on St. Charles Creek in a scenic canyon in the forests of southeast Idaho. Natural Features: Pines and aspens forest the area, providing partial shade, and summer wildflowers dot the landscape. St. Charles Creek flows gently past the campground. Recreation: Nearby, the North Fork Trail and its associated trails access the Highline Trail #316. The Highline Trail is part of the National Trail System and is the areas premier trail. It stretches 55 miles along the backbone of the Wasatch Mountains and is open to hikers, mountain bikers, horseback riders and motorcyclists, attracting trail users from around the world. The Idaho Department of Fish and Game manages the river fisheries, providing excellent fishing most of the year, including in St. Charles Creek. In-season big game hunting is also a popular activity. Facilities: The campground offers 18 family sites, as well as one group site that can accommodate up to 100 people. Amenities include flush toilets and drinking water. Roads to and within the site are paved. Nearby Attractions: Minnetonka Cave, one of only two developed caves in the Forest Service, is a few miles from the campground. Guided cave tours are scheduled every 30 minutes daily from early June until Labor Day. The Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge is just north of Bear Lake, offering excellent bird watching. Bear Lakes Raspberry Days Festival occurs the first weekend in August every year, with a parade, fireworks, craft booths and a rodeo. ACTIVITIES Biking: Mountain Biking Boating Fishing Hiking Hunting
Cloverleaf Campground is located in Idaho
Turn west off U.S. Highway 89 in St. Charles, Idaho. Follow the paved road for approximately 8 miles, up St. Charles Canyon to the campground. Turn left to access the individual group sites and right to access the Big Creek Group Area.
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