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Places to Camp near Corral, ID

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Best Camping Sites Near Corral, ID (165)

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    Mountain Home RV Park

    25 Reviews
    56 Photos
    41 Saves
    Mountain Home, Idaho
    • Pets
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access
    • RVs
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    Baumgartner Campground

    6 Reviews
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    70 Saves
    Atlanta, Idaho

    Overview

    Baumgartner Campground is situated alongside the South Fork Boise River, 11 miles from Featherville, Idaho. The area offers excellent fishing, hiking and off-road vehicle riding opportunities. Baumgartner Hot Springs is located within the campground, where visitors can enjoy soaking in the pool while admiring the scenic, natural setting.

    Recreation

    The campground's main draw is Baumgartner Hot Springs. The 101-degree water is piped into a large concrete soaking pool. The pool is open during daylight hours and is drained and refilled daily. The pool is pressure washed Tuesday mornings and will not open until around noon. The South Fork Boise River provides great fishing for wild and stocked rainbow trout. Younger campers love splashing in the cool mountain waters. An accessible path leads to a bench overlooking the swimming/fishing hole on thenorth end of the campground. The John Baumgartner Gravesite is a short walk from the hot springs. A 1/4-mile interpretive nature trail begins at the hot springs and meanders up the hill through the forest. Kelley Creek/Iron Mountain, Virginia Gulch, Willow Creek, Van Gulch and Big Water Trails all begin in the area. Ponderosa Trail Learner's Loop is located approximately 1 mile to the west of the campground and offers beginner level trails for young ATV and off-road motorcycle riders. ATVs, UTVs and off-road motorcycles cannot be ridden within the campground. You may trailer them in and out of the campground but the trailer must fit within your camping spur.

    Facilities

    The campground's main draw is Baumgartner Hot Springs. The 101-degree water is piped into a large concrete soaking pool. The pool is open during daylight hours and is drained and refilled daily. The pool is pressure washed Tuesday mornings and will not open until around noon. The South Fork Boise River provides great fishing for wild and stocked rainbow trout. Younger campers love splashing in the cool mountain waters. An accessible path leads to a bench overlooking the swimming/fishing hole on thenorth end of the campground. The John Baumgartner Gravesite is a short walk from the hot springs. A 1/4-mile interpretive nature trail begins at the hot springs and meanders up the hill through the forest. Kelley Creek/Iron Mountain, Virginia Gulch, Willow Creek, Van Gulch and Big Water Trails all begin in the area. Ponderosa Trail Learner's Loop is located approximately 1 mile to the west of the campground and offers beginner level trails for young ATV and off-road motorcycle riders. ATVs, UTVs and off-road motorcycles cannot be ridden within the campground. You may trailer them in and out of the campground but the trailer must fit within your camping spur.

    Natural Features

    The campground is nestled beneath towering ponderosa pines at an elevation of 5,200 feet. The gentle South Fork Boise River runs along the site, offering beautiful scenery and recreation. A variety of wildlife is commonly seen in and around the campground, including deer and moose.

    Nearby Attractions

    Numerous hiking, biking, horseback and off-road vehicle trails crisscross the surrounding area. Kelley Creek Flats Recreation Area is adjacent with additional designated dispersed site camping and livestock corrals near Kelley Creek. The historic Iron Mountain Lookout is located to the south of the campground. It is approximately a 12 mile one-way trip along the Kelley Creek trail which is open to vehicles 50" or less in width.

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    • Fires
    • RVs
    • Tents
    • Group
    • Standard (Tent/RV)

    $100 / night

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    Bruneau Dunes State Park Campground

    30 Reviews
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    149 Saves
    Bruneau, Idaho

    With one of the longest camping seasons in the Idaho Parks system, Bruneau Dunes State Park offers camping opportunities throughout the year. Campsites and cabins are available with plenty of first-come, first-served sites too.

    Bruneau Dunes State Park boasts the tallest single-structured sand dune in North America with a peak rising 470 feet above the surrounding desert floor. Explore the dunes in your hiking boots or rent a sand board from the Visitor Center, but off-road vehicles are only permitted  on the main road. You can also fish for bluegill in the lakes at the foot of the dune; unlock the mystery of the desert with a breathtaking hike or horseback ride; plan a group picnic or visit the Bruneau Dunes Observatory and gaze at the night sky through the Observatory's collection of telescopes. (Observatory open Friday and Saturday evenings, April through mid-October.)

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access

    $29 - $39 / night

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    Trinity View Resort

    3 Reviews
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    42 Saves
    Corral, Idaho

    Trinity View Resort is the perfect escape to experience the mountains and lakes of scenic Idaho. You can be relaxing with us in under a 25 minute drive from Mountain Home. Our priority is your experience, and we set out to create a retreat where you and your family could enjoy the natural beauty of Southern Idaho.

    You’ll love our incredible views and relaxing atmosphere. Come swim in our solar heated pool, play miniature golf, disc golf with us or fish or boat nearby. Use our scenic walking trail or set up for a night of stargazing under a spectacular Idaho night sky. With mountain bike and UTV trail access, there is more to do here than you can fit in just one weekend!

    Trinity View is great for families and group events. We have 44 full hook ups, 20 Power & Water only (RV dump on site), 4 fully stocked cabins, 20 tent spots (showers and bathrooms nearby), or you can Glamp It up in one our RVs (fully stocked) so you can just show up and start chill-ax. We,be done the hooking up and clean up for you,! Groups love our “Circle the Wagons” area with up to 10 trailers in whatever formation you desire or utilize our on-site clubhouse that seats 75 with a commercial kitchen and outdoor grills with plenty of outdoor and indoor eating space.

    We are in sight of Little Camas Reservoir with seasonal fishing, kayak, or canoeing, and within 20 minutes from the boat launch at Anderson Reservoir and the south fork of the Boise River with some of the best fishing in Idaho. So bring your boat and friends, lots of true Idaho recreation to be found here!

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access

    $30 - $70 / night

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      Five Points

      1 Review
      15 Saves
      Fairfield, Idaho

      Five Points Campground is a primitive campground composed of 7 units located near Five Points Creek 17 miles north of Fairfield over Couch Summit. The newly renovated campground offers restrooms and is close to the popular Worswick hot springs. Potable water is not available at this campground.

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          Pioneer

          1 Review
          3 Saves
          Fairfield, Idaho

          Pioneer Campground, which is situated next to Soldier Mountain Ski Area, is a developed campground composed of 5 units on Soldier Creek. The campground can be reserved in its entirety for groups of up to 50 people. The amphitheater and adjacent picnic area can be used for group events. Campground amenities include picnic tables, fire rings, drinking water and a restroom. The South Fork and North Fork of Soldier Creek trails begin along Forest Road 093 and join a major network of trails in the Soldier Mountains.

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