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Wallace Lake Campground

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National Forest

Salmon-Challis National Forest

12 campsites on Wallace Lake with picnic tables and fire rings. Within the campground are vault toilets and drinking water. Fishing in the lake. Primitive boat launch can be used for non-motorized canoes or rowboats on the lake. The drive on Salmon River Mountain Road offers fantastic views of the Salmon River Range and of deep pine forests.

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Location

Wallace Lake Campground is located in Idaho

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Directions

From Salmon, go 3 miles north on US 93, 14 miles northwest on Forest Road 023, and 4 miles south on FR 020. The forest roads are unpaved and rough. FR 020 is not recommended for RVs or cars pulling trailers. Check for road conditions before traveling into the forest.

Coordinates

45.247307 N
114.007289 W

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  • Firewood Available
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Tanny M.
Reviewed Jun. 30, 2016

Fun area.

Stayed here as a child. We piddled around in a raft around the lake and did some fishing. Saw quite a bit of wildlife. We had a great camping spot right by the water. Touring the mining towns near by was so much fun!