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About Lick Creek Area, McCall & Krassel Ranger Districts

The Lick Creek area is just east of McCall and is accessed from Lick Creek Road.  This is a beautiful area that many think of as the Alps of Idaho.  There are many recreation opportunities in this area such as camping, a guard station cabin rental and many trailheads that lead to alpine lakes.  A drive to the top of Lick Creek Summit from McCall only takes about 40 minutes.  This is a highly recommended area!

Camping & Cabin Rental

Lake Fork Guard Station Cabin Rental Lake Fork Campground Black Lee Dispersed Camp Site 33 Mile Dispersed Camp Site Scenery

Scenic Drive:  Lick Creek Road to the South Fork of the Salmon River. Hiking

Hum Lake/North Fork Lick Creek Trail #082 Loon Creek Tail #084 Duck/Hum Lake Trail #085 to #082 Fitsum Creek Trail #087 Lake Fork Creek to Paddy Flat Trail #103 East Fork of Lake Fork Creek Trail (Snowslide) #104 Fall Creek Loop Trail #107 Fall Creek Saddle Trail #108 Crestline Trail #109 Box Lake Trail #110 Maki Lake Trail #135 Lake Fork First Bridge Trail #339 Rock Climbing

Slick Rock

Operator
USDA Forest Service
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Features
Fires Allowed
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No Phone Service
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Location
Lick Creek Area, McCall & Krassel Ranger Districts is located in Idaho
Latitude
45.0176 N
Longitude
-115.9452 W
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On the edge of wilderness

Lick creek campground has 3 spots. One large one with stock holding. A CTX toilet and fire rings. Lick lake is a 3 mile hike into the wilderness and is gorgeous! No fee.