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About Ice Springs

Overview:  The Ice Springs Campground has 3 campsites on Fall Creek near the Anderson Ranch Reservoir.  The reservoir is a popular destination for fishing, boating, waterskiing and riding personal watercraft.  It is also has good smallmouth bass and kokanee fishing. This area had a major wildfire in 2012 and conditions may have altered. There is a nearby trailhead at Camp Creek, south, to the end of Forest Service (FS) road 128, which heads north past Dog Mountain, all the way to Horse Ranch Mountain, about 17 miles. A shorter hike can be done by setting up a shuttle at Bear Hole Trailhead, north on FS road 129.

Operator
National Forest
Access
Drive In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Location
Ice Springs is located in Idaho
Latitude
43.483 N
Longitude
-115.397 W
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Directions
From Mountain Home, Idaho, travel 21 miles northeast on State Highway 20 until the turnoff of Forest Service (FS) road 134 road towards Anderson Ranch Dam.  At the Dam, turn right and travel northeast along FS road 120 until you pass Castle Creek Campground.  At the junction of  FS 120 and 123 roads, continue north along FS road 123 approximately 7 miles to Ice Springs Campground. There is also another route if preferred. This road has more paved road and is less narrow. From Mountain Home, Idaho, travel northeast along State Highway 20 for 32 miles to the Forest Highway 61 turnoff.  Take the Highway 61 to Pine, Idaho, approximately 18 miles. From the intersection at Pine, turn south on the FS road 128 and continue until you get to the junction of FS road 113.  At the intersection of the FS 113, 120 and 123 roads, turn north and follow the FS road 123 north approximately 7 miles to Ice Spring Campground.
1 Review of Ice Springs
First to Review
Deer Carcasses

Deer carcasses and no toilet. The campground is used by hunters in RVs/trailers. The place was rancid, we did not stay here.