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43 Reviews of 5 Leslie, Idaho Campgrounds

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Reviewed Jun. 19, 2021

Weak Electricity

Staff and grounds were amazing. Pool was perfect for kids. However, on a super hot week site A1 was not strong enough to get our AC running. We were so hot at night in our camper. 😕. Asked staff about it and they said they were aware and repairing it was going to be very costly but they really…

SiteA1
Month of VisitJuly
LThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 14, 2021

Way too expensive

56 bucks for one night and it’s not that nice looking but it’s there and has hookups.

Siteb6
Month of VisitJuly
jThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 11, 2021

The bees knees

Talk about a great find after taking a wrong turn at 1.am free sites with plenty to pick from. When you check out the website make sure you read the whole thing, the guy is hilarious, had my girl and I laughing the whole time, dogs had a blast were able to run around the whole time with out leash,.…

Sitefitch
Month of VisitJuly
Dare To Everywhere  .The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 7, 2021

Beautiful hike, take a map!

Stayed: 5/12/2021

Cost: FREE (Permit Required)

Site: Just shy of Echo Crater (SEE PIC)

Vehicle: Volkswagen Atlas (Parked at trailhead)

Equipment: Tent

AT&T and T-Mobile: No Service

We were very excited for this hike and dispersed stay. It’s just under 4 miles one…

  • Map of the Echo Crater area and where we actually stayed.
  • Beautiful night skies.
  • From the parking lot, follow the sidewalk around and look for this sign.
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Month of VisitJune
Kelly H.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 18, 2021

Could spend a month here!

One of best places I’ve been to. I’d definitely recommend several days if you can as some of the trails are pretty challenging though definitely see the spatter cones and the one before it (can’t remember the name but big black hill you can climb even if not in great shape by taking a break every…

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Site40
Month of VisitJune
Jim M.
Reviewed May. 14, 2021

Stunning campground in the lava flows

Large rigs park close to the Credit Card Kiosk (only Credit cards accepted) park entry fee is also required some spots are only tent and some are huge. Water was not on and only had vault toilets so fees were less.

  • door view
  • from the entrance the camp sites are visible
  • small rigs back in the back
Site31
Month of VisitJune
R
Reviewed Nov. 8, 2020

Great spot

This is a great location. The owner of the property, Scar, is very generous in offering his property for free to stay at to complete strangers. This is dry camping, no water or sewer. There’s a dump station with water close by off the main highway. He does have a few outlets we saw but didn’t use…

Stephanie V.
Reviewed Oct. 30, 2020

Nestled in the lava landscape

Prepare to have your mind blown as you roll in to Lava Flow Campground. It is nestled in the uniquely lunar landscape caused by, well, lava flow. The grounds sit at the entrance of the scenic 7-mile loop that provides access to trails that take you over, under, and around various volcanic…

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  • Moon rise
  • Moon rise
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Site29
Month of VisitNovember
CThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 29, 2020

Camping on different planet

Wonderful campground. Great for star gazing. Sites are scattered across a lava field and represent a unique camping experience. If you find the campground fully booked there is a boon docking site just up the road.

CThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 22, 2020

Stunning Spot

An absolutely beautiful place to camp. Black lava rock everywhere. No cell service. No hookups but if you have a generator it’s all good to run it during normal non quiet hours. Vault toilets open in winter. Lots of fun hikes within the park. Sites have grills and can be used for RVs or tents. 15…

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Caleb C.
Reviewed Oct. 21, 2020

👌🏻

This place was great! $8 because water is off for the season, I guess...normally $20. All facilities are closed so it’s just camping and exploring the park which is all within walking distance of the campground. Very friendly ranger working the front! Level sites on pavement. No fires allowed…

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E
Reviewed Oct. 17, 2020

Amazing Place to Visit & Stay

National Park campground is non/reservable and first come first served. Sites for RV on asphalt. No showers or laundry facilities but there are restrooms. Trails & visitor center within walking distance. Water available but no hook-ups.

Chip K.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 8, 2020

Fantastic dark sky campground

I really don't understand the bad reviews. People complaining there are no rivers or streams or complaining that there are no showers (nps website very clear about that). Sure, if you blindly pulled into this place expecting a KOA you're going to be disappointed. This campground is dry camping.…

Rhett B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 27, 2020

GPS Coordinates Are Completely Wrong

GPS coordinates show for Eagle, ID but the drycamping spot isn’t remotely close to Eagle. It’s near Challis, ID.

Jonathan A.
Reviewed Sep. 23, 2020

As cool as lava rocks, but not worth the fees!

I get it, it looks foreign to those who have never seen a lava field or remnants of volcanos. Somewhere it mentions it was the only one in the continental states... which isnt true! But it is probably the largest for sure. There is a huge area to drive through, and its certainly a sight to see. But…

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