National Park Service
As unique as its name, campsites are surrounded by a young lava flow. The campground is located near the visitor center and popular trails.
Availability The road and campground closures are weather dependent. Please check the Current Conditions page for updates. The Lava Flow campground…
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- Tent Sites
- RV Sites
- Standard (Tent/RV)
- ADA Access
- Picnic Table
- Phone Service
- Drinking Water
- Pull-Through Sites
Prices are 28$ a night unless you have the America the beautiful pass then it's 4$ they have caves that are free to access but you have to get a permit from the visitor center the spots are small and people get there late sometimes so it was a bit noisy at night we stayed for 4 days the hole…
First come first serve, clean bathrooms and water. Easy card payments for campsites. The geology of the area is really neat, and it's right off the main road drive through the rest of the park. Very unique.
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Came after a few nights in Yellowstone to escape the crowds. Can’t recommend this area enough - the campground/bathrooms are immaculate and the scenery is super cool. Had a very private campsite, could still see the Milky Way despite the bright moon. Worth a detour for sure.
Lava Flow Campground — Craters of the Moon National Monument is located in Idaho
The Visitor Center is located approximately18 miles southwest of Arco on Highway 20, and 50 miles northeast of Shoshone on Highway 26.