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About Redfish Inlet Trailhead

Redfish Inlet Trailhead

National Forest
Alcohol Allowed
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Redfish Inlet Trailhead is located in Sawtooth National Forest in Idaho
44.0993 N
-114.9536 W
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7 Reviews of Redfish Inlet Trailhead
Great place to set off

It has great campgrounds nearby but is also a great place to set off into the vast Sawtooth wilderness! If you want to set off and get away from clouds or sit near a beautiful lake then this site is perfect!

Amazing views, hikes and wildlife!

You have to take some form of boat to the other side of the lake to access this campground. It has many spots and it is seasonal. This tends to be the only campground with walk up spots available in the prime summer months.

Sooooo beautiful

I can't wait to come back here one day – stayed here one night while passing through the Sawtooth area. The sunset over the lake was spectacular – the water was so clear and peaceful, I could have sat there all night. The campground was clean and had good facilities – flushing toilets, table and fire ring at our site, and firewood available for purchase.

Had a great time. They have a rental store to rent equipment for the lake. There was a separate dog lake, food court, cabins and plenty of trails.

it was a beautiful area. Great view of the Sawtooths and plenty of hikes to be had. Campgrounds were well kept.

What a place

You can hike, bike or boat on here. The views are amazing as your at the foot of an incredible drainage to hike. Your close to the wilderness so be prepared for the adventures that await. There is no water, so bring a filter.

Absolutely Beautiful

Redfish Lake is one of the most beautiful blue lakes in Idaho. We went there on a weekday in May, and there was hardly anybody there. I know weekends can get pretty crowded, but this is such an amazing place to camp, hike, and relax. The water is definitely cold, but it is absolutely beautiful. Highly recommend.

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#1 in my book

This quiet campground, nestled in the Sawtooth Mountains is awesome. There are very few hookups (if any), but the surroundings make up for it. There is boating (you can rent at the lodge), fishing, hiking, and whitewater floating. It is difficult or near impossible to reach in winter, but summer makes up for it.