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56 bucks for one night and it’s not that nice looking but it’s there and has hookups.
Found a couple sites that were cool didnt take any pics this time.
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,.…
Cost: FREE (Permit Required)
Site: Just shy of Echo Crater (SEE PIC)
Vehicle: Volkswagen Atlas (Parked at trailhead)
AT&T and T-Mobile: No Service
We were very excited for this hike and dispersed stay. It’s just under 4 miles one…
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Very nice and clean for a free campground, camp spots are spaced out nicely so that people are not stacked right on top of each other. We will be returning but next time we will be bringing our own water supply. The portable water on site has a yellow tint to it even after letting it run for a min…
We came here second week of May just after the rangers opened FR-146. We travelled all the way to the end where there is a trailer turn-around. All sites looked nice and we counted 12 designated dispersed sites, #1 was the furthest in. We ended up in 2C(the furthest in of three sites of area…
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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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.
Situated just south of Hailey and Ketchum
Lot of permanents
Good place to park
Not for sitting outside RV and enjoying campground
Cash or check only
The campground is a super scenic spot to pitch camp in an RV in a tranquil setting surrounded by mountains and forests. There are twenty-five standard non-electric sites at the campground that are operated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Every site is along Birch Creek and has a picnic table…
The Sawtooth recreation area has it all. Camping, fishing, hiking, biking, skiing. Ketchum is the nearest town which is an activity all in itself. There are also hot springs in the area. We love it here in the winter. Miles of cross country skiing and snowshoeing. There are numerous…
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This is a smaller campground tucked back against the mountains. Good shade trees. Close to hiking, fishing and mountain biking. Campsites have a picnic table, fire ring with grill.
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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…
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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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.