About Last Chance Campground
This campground includes 20 single campsites, 3 double campsites (up to 16 people) and one group area. Goose Lake is a short distance away, which features a picnic area, restrooms, and accessible fishing piers. There is excellent fishing in the reservoir or try your luck in Goose Creek, next to the campground. The Goose Creek Trail #353leads to Goose Creek Falls and on to Brundage Reservoir. A special treat is to go huckleberry picking in late summer. There are handicapped accessible toilets, trail access, a day use area with a horseshoe pit, drinking water through a hand pump and an artesian well, extended spurs for longer RV's. No hook-ups. There is a Host on site.
Last Chance Campground is located in Idaho
Travel north of McCall on Hwy 55 seven miles and turn right onto Road #453. Go north two miles on a dirt road to the campground.
6 Reviews of Last Chance Campground
This campground costs $10 a night, for a tent spot. Nice creek running by the campground. Plenty of spots to choose from. Does not get heavily used.
There is great hiking from the campground. Close to McCall!
Went a few years ago but was awesome this camp has trail to goose creek falls and there is lots of fishing in the creek or the reservoir has like 20 sites and a few double sites and a group site not sure what the fees are anymore but was never very much like 15 bucks or so a night
Excellent campground with large sites, beautiful and huge Ponderosa pines, and very clean and odorless vault toilets. We heard an owl hoot twice. The hike to the Goose Creek falls, as mentioned by others, is great. It's 2.8 miles to the Falls and another 0.2 miles to a neat bridge. The water was wild in June and so were the flowers. The trail is exceptionally well designed and has boardwalks over muddy stretches. I highly recommend both the campground and hike!
The best hot spring locates a short distance from the campground. This is one of my favorite places to camp. The trees around gave us plenty of shade on a hot day!
The road up to this campground isn't bad but it is gavel and steep. The grounds are fantastic however and located right next to a stream. The bathrooms are pit toilets but they did have potable water out of a spout. The hike up the river to the falls is one of the better short hikes in the area but there is evidence of bears.
First to Review
This is a great campground with the re river running right next to it. This campground has a hike that leads to the beautiful goose creek falls.