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Top Cabin Camping near May, ID

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Cabin camping near May is a great way to escape into nature, yet still have all the comforts of home. Find the best information on cabins near May, including photos, reviews, and tips. You're sure to find the perfect cabin rental for your Idaho camping adventure.

Best Cabin Camping Sites Near May, ID (9)

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    Salmon Gypsy Bed & Breakfast

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    May, Idaho

    Luxury glamping! Old world charm right on the Salmon River. The RVIA custom made Gypsy Wagon is cross between a tiny home and an RV. Your year around accommodation was custom made to have all the charm of the gypsy wagons from the past, but all the modern comforts and amenities. The wagon includes a queen bed, heating and air-conditioning, RV style shower/bath, microwave, toaster oven, two burner stove, pots and pans, cooking utensils, dishes, silverware, and single pod coffee maker. Free high speed Wi-Fi also included. Weekly linen service includes towels and sheets. Daily extended continental breakfast is provided.

    A seasonal glamping tent (May to October) is true camping luxury and includes heating and air conditioning, draped 4 poster queen bed, toaster oven, microwave, single pod coffee machine, bottled water, private gas BBQ with one burner, separate private bath with flushing toilet, hot shower and hand washing station. Weekly linen service includes sheets and towels. Exended continental breakfast is included.

    All accommodation are riverfront and have a view.

    • Fires
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • Cabins
    • Tent Cabin
    • Glamping

    $135 - $160 / night

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    Deadman Hole

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    Clayton, Idaho

    Deadman Hole has 5 first come, first served primitive campsites adjacent to the scenic Upper Salmon River. Anglers have access to great fishing opportunities. Amenities include restrooms, picnic shelters, drinking water, ample parking, and a boat ramp. This site has limited cell service.

    • Pets
    • RVs
    • Tents
    • Group
    • Equestrian
    • Cabins
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    The Sawmill Station

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    Clayton, Idaho

    We are an OHV & ATV friendly RV Park located in a remote part of the Salmon River country of central Idaho, in the heart of one of the best trail networks in the country. This area is second-to-none in terms of sportsman's and OHV recreational activities. We offer the following amenities:

    • Electric Hookups
    • Reservable
    • RVs
    • Market
    • Trash
    • Picnic Table

    $30 / night

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    Yellowjacket Guard Station

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    Cobalt, Idaho

    Overview

    Yellowjacket Guard Station is a historic Forest Service Ranger Station and Work Center. Originally constructed in 1925 and remodeled in 1934 by the Civilian Conservation Corps, the structure is eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places.

    Recreation

    Hikers, horseback riders, mountain bikers and off-road enthusiasts will find many trails in the surrounding area. Hunting is also a popular activity. Click here for an Idaho OHV safety message

    Facilities

    The spacious guard station can sleep a maximum of three people in two bedrooms, with one full bed and one single bed. No linens or bedding are provided. The living room contains a couch, wood stove, table and chairs. The small kitchen is equipped with a propane range/oven, a propane refrigerator and sink, but no running water. Guests must bring their own drinking water, as well as dishes, utensils and cookware. The guard station is eqiuped with propane lights and an outhouse toilet that is located outside up a small hill.

    Natural Features

    The guard station sits in the Yellowjacket Mountains within the Salmon-Challis National Forest in Idaho. The sizable front porch awards views of the scenic mountain meadow surrounding the station. A dense conifer forest covers the mountains and a few aspens dot the landscape. Beagle Creek flows nearby.

    Nearby Attractions

    Bighorn Crags, Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area and Panther Creek.

    • Pets
    • Fires

    $40 / night

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    Andreas on the River RV Park

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    Salmon, Idaho

    FORMALLY CENTURY 2 CAMPGROUND Home of…Tall Shade Trees, the Salmon River, Picnic Tables, wonderful sites, clean restrooms and showers, and People whose concern is You and your families comfort. Plus Free Wi Fi͏

    Walk to your favorite Restaurant. We are located in Beautiful Salmon Idaho!

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access
    • RVs

    $45 - $75 / night

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    Mackay Tourist Park

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    Mackay, Idaho

    When you reserve a camping spot it is for your licensed vehicle only! Camping is allowed in designated areas only - identified by a white sign with a black number. Each spot has a fire ring and a picnic table. the fire ring and table are not to be moved. Digging fire pits/building rock fire rings is prohibited. Dogs are welcome but must be on a leash at all times and not left unattended. To ensure that you would not have to move during your stay, it is recommended that you reserve your camp spot by using this webpage. Reservation can be made for two (2) days and two (2) nights. Park is closed on Tuesday and Wednesday for maintenance and watering NO EXCEPTIONS. NO fee is charged for the camp site, However, a $40.00 fee is charged for using the webpage to make the reservation, posting reserved signs, and maintenance.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Phone Service
    • ADA Access
    • RVs
    • Tents

    $40 / night

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    Wagon Wheel Motel & RV Park

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    Mackay, Idaho

    Welcome to the Wagon Wheel Motel & RV Park

    Are you looking for a pet-friendly, family-ready escape from your work week? We would love to share our little slice of heaven with you. Come for a day, a weekend, or a whole week. In Mackay Idaho, you will find outdoor adventures to entertain your whole family and four-legged friends.

    Stay in our motel, or set up camp at the RV Park. We offer full-service kitchens if you want to dine in after spending the day hiking Mt Borah or fishing at Mackay Reservoir. If camping in your RV is what your plans are, all of our sites are full hookup, and bathhouse available for your use. There is also coin-operated laundry on-site in case you decide you need more time to explore.

    • Pets
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • RVs
    • Tents

    $40 - $140 / night

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    Horse Prairie Cabin

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    Leadore, Idaho

    Overview

    Horse Prairie Cabin is a fairly large, two-room cabin situated on the edge of beautiful Horse Prairie in the southwestern corner of Montana. Forest service work crews used the cabin for lodging in the past. The cabin is available year-round and provides access to abundant hiking, biking, skiing and snowmobiling trails. It is equipped with a variety of amenities, providing guests with a somewhat comfortable and adventurous experience in the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest. The cabin is accessible by vehicle, depending on conditions. Excessive snowfall may require skis, snowmobiles or hiking for up to six miles of the route. Guests are responsible for their own travel arrangements and safety, and must bring several of their own amenities.

    Recreation

    Hikers and mountain bikers can access some great trails in the area. To the west of the cabin, Coyote Creek Road provides access to excellent cross-country skiing. Coyote Creek Road runs approximately seven miles to the top of the Big Hole Divide, climbing about 1,500 feet. The prairie and surrounding area is also open to unlimited snowmobile access during the winter (learn about avalanche danger). Fishing is available in nearby creeks, and anglers might see rainbow and brook trout, as well as mountain whitefish. The waterways drain into the Big Hole River, a blue-ribbon trout stream at the southern end of the forest.

    Facilities

    The two-room log cabin comes equipped with bunk beds and mattresses to sleep up to four people, as well as a table and chairs. Propane appliances include a stove, oven and overhead lighting. The kitchen area of the cabin is stocked with basic cookware, utensils, dishes and tableware. There is ample cupboard and counter space for food preparation and storage.______ It has a wood burning stove for heat. Firewood is provided, but not guaranteed. Please be conservative with wood, this will help us maintain the supply for heating purposes. An axe is provide but do not split wood inside the cabin or on the porch. Finally, if the wood supply is low please call the Dillon Ranger District at (406) 683-3900 and leave a message if calling outside of regular business hours.Drinking water is provided June through September. Cleaning equipment, including a mop, broom and dustpan, is provided, as well as a bucket and shovel. An outhouse with a vault toilet is located nearby. Guests need to bring their own bedding, including blankets and pillows, as well as matches, food, flashlights, toilet paper, garbage bags and other necessities. Firewood may be available, but the supply cannot be guaranteed. Guests are asked to replenish the cut wood supply, pack out all trash and food, and clean the cabin prior to leaving.Limited cell phone coverage is available (depending on carrier).

    Natural Features

    The cabin is located on a hillside in a sunny, open prairie on the southern edge of the Beaverhead Mountains. The range straddles the Continental Divide in Montana and Idaho. The view from the cabin overlooks the grassy meadows of Horse Prairie. There is abundant wildlife in the area, including elk, moose, mountain goat, bighorn sheep, lynx, marten, deer and black bears (learn more about bear safety).

    • Equestrian

    $55 / night

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    Bloody Dick Cabin

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    Jackson, Montana

    Overview

    Bloody Dick Cabin, named after the English Trapper Richard "Bloody" Leigh, is a small wood frame cabin. Nestled in the evergreens near Reservoir Lake in Southwestern Montana's Bitterroot Mountains - the cabin is available for rental year-round. Popularity peaks during the summer and fall seasons with hikers, ohv enthusiasts, and big game hunters. During spring and winter, the nearby lake freezes promoting ice fishing while several area winter trails offer cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. During the snow free season- the cabin is accessible by passenger vehicle, however some portions are gravel, dirt and rock, making it rough and slow going. Snow conditions limit mobility in the area. Depending on the snow levels, renters may need to travel up to 23 miles by snowmobile or skis to reach the cabin. Renters are responsible for their own travel arrangements and safety, and must bring several of their own amenities. There is no cell phone coverage in the area.

    Recreation

    Fishing is available in Bloody Dick Creek, as well as on nearby Reservoir Lake - where non-motorized boats are welcome. Anglers might catch a variety of trout, including Rainbow or Brown. Montana fishing licenses are required. All boats must be inspected and registered - to reduce the spread of aquatic nussiances. Hiking and mountain biking are popular at nearby trailheads. Trails include to the Nez Perce National Historic Trail, Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail and the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail. Snowmobiling, cross country skiing and snowshoeing are popular in the area throughout the winter. Obtaining the South Beaverhead National Forest Map will aid in navigating the forest's roads and trails. Maps are available electronically (for mobile devices) or in paper form via a computer at http://www.fs.usda.gov/bdnf. Maps are also available at the Dillon District Office located at 420 Barrett Street Dillon, MT 59725 (406) 683-3958. Office hours are Monday - Friday 7:30 - 4:30.

    Facilities

    The small one-room cabin sleeps four and has two bunkbeds with mattresses. A table and chairs, small wood burning stove and a propane cook stove are provided, as well as cooking and eating utensils, shovel, bucket and cleaning equipment.____ Firewood is provided, but not guaranteed. Please be conservative with wood, this will help us maintain the supply for heating purposes. An axe is provide but do not split wood inside the cabin or on the porch. Finally, if the wood supply is low please call the Dillon Ranger District at (406) 683-3900 and leave a message if calling outside of regular business hours. The cabin has no electricity. Water is available for drinking during June through the end of September. A small sink and faucet provide water inisde the cabin. Please refreain from plugging up the sink drain with food scraps as there's no disposal and the drain will easily clog if not treated with respect. An outhouse with a vault toilet is provided. The cabin has s small oven stovetop. Renters must remember to light all three of the pilots, two on the stovetop and one at the rear bottom of the oven. FAILURE TO LIGHT THE REAR BOTTOM OVEN PILOT - has resulted in renters leaking propane into the cabin. Renters will need to bring their own bedding, matches or lighters, toilet paper and garbage bags, among other necessities. Garbage and cleaning services are not provided. Guests should replenish the supply of split wood and kindling, and clean the cabin prior to leaving.

    Natural Features

    The cabin is located beneath the Continental Divide in a Lodgepole Pine Forest. Access from Highway 278 places the cabin around 25 miles south of Jackson, Montana. Access from Highway 324 is a similar distance northwest of Grant, MT. It is situated next to Bloody Dick Creek at an elevation of about 7,100 feet. The creek is fed by cold water springs in the area. A variety of shorebirds can be seen near the winding creek and plenty of wildlife make their home in the area as well. Bears, both Black and Grizzly, are present in the area - proper Food Storage is a REQUIRED. Reservoir Lake is about a mile north of the cabin. The 11-acre lake is equipped with a primitive boat ramp. A small campground sits on the edge of the lake.

      $55 / night


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