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Top Dispersed Camping near Nampa, ID

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Best Dispersed Camping Sites Near Nampa, ID (14)

    Camper-submitted photo from Arrowrock Reservoir Dispersed
    Camper-submitted photo from Arrowrock Reservoir Dispersed
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    Owyhee-Dispersed

    8 Reviews
    31 Photos
    266 Saves
    Adrian, Oregon

    BLM manages more than 267,000 acres of public lands in the Owyhee River Wilderness. The Owyhee Canyonlands is a huge and remote area of eastern Oregon, southwestern Idaho and northern Nevada. Hidden within this vast high desert plateau are deep canyons carved by the Owyhee, Bruneau and Jarbidge Rivers. The rivers of the Owyhee and Bruneau-Jarbidge systems offer something for nearly every level of boating experience. The Owyhee and Bruneau-Jarbidge river systems provide visitors with unsurpassed solitude in canyons of unique beauty and form.

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    • Dispersed
    • Toilets
    • Alcohol
    Camper-submitted photo from Owyhee River - Below Dam - Owyhee Dam Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Owyhee River - Below Dam - Owyhee Dam Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Owyhee River - Below Dam - Owyhee Dam Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Owyhee River - Below Dam - Owyhee Dam Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Owyhee River - Below Dam - Owyhee Dam Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Owyhee River - Below Dam - Owyhee Dam Park
    Camper-submitted photo from The Rock Stage Stop - BLM Dispersed
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      Camper-submitted photo from Irish Point Dispersed Camp Ground
      Camper-submitted photo from Irish Point Dispersed Camp Ground
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      Camper-submitted photo from Irish Point Dispersed Camp Ground
      Camper-submitted photo from Irish Point Dispersed Camp Ground
      Camper-submitted photo from Irish Point Dispersed Camp Ground

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      Irish Point Dispersed Camp Ground

      3 Reviews
      12 Photos
      116 Saves
      Idaho City, Idaho

      Irish Point is situated on the north shore of Arrowrock Lake. The hills are sagebrush covered with a few pine trees in the valleys. The camping sites have mature trees for shade. This is fairly isolated as the access road is rough and slow. This camping area is a good example of what is available at several spots along the road except Irish Point has an outhouse toilet available.

      Campsites: There are no developed camping sites here. People have camped here for many years because of the trees. There are stone fire rings but no tables.

      Water: No water.

      Garbage Services: No garbage service here.

      Restroom: There is one older outhouse toilet here.

      Handicap Accessible: This is not handicap accessible.

      Pets: Pets should be on a leash, however, this is not practiced from our observations.

      Recreation: The main attractions here are camping and fishing. I am sure bird and wildlife watching are also available. We saw many four wheelers and motorcycles in the camps as well.

      Fishing: Fishing is available in Arrowrock Lake for trout, bass and crappie. There are some small streams in the area which would also have trout fishing.

      Boating: There is a boat ramp a few miles away.

      Wildlife: There are deer tracks everywhere but we did not actually see the deer. There are also elk and geese seen here.

      Phone service: No phone, we also had no cell service on our ATT phones.

      Nearby Services: No services closer than Spring Shores Marina 13 miles away, which has a convenience store for ice, gas, drinks, telephone and other supplies, even a sheriffs office.

      RV Dumping Site: The nearest RV dumping station is at Boise, Idaho.

      Location/Driving instructions: Take Highway 21 NE from Boise to Arrowrock Road(turn right) then Irish Point is 14 miles. This road is a slow gravel winding road.

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      Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Willow Creek Campground (Mountain Home)
      Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Willow Creek Campground (Mountain Home)
      Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Willow Creek Campground (Mountain Home)
      Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Willow Creek Campground (Mountain Home)
      Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Willow Creek Campground (Mountain Home)
      Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Willow Creek Campground (Mountain Home)

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      Boise National Forest Willow Creek Campground (Mountain Home)

      3 Reviews
      8 Photos
      143 Saves
      Idaho City, Idaho

      Overview: Willow Creek Campground is located along the Middle Fork of the Boise River Forest Service (FS) road 268 and the north end of the Arrowrock Reservior. There are 9 campsites at the campground. A stay at the campground enables guests to enjoy all the beauty and recreation offered along the river and reservoir. Weather is usually good from mid-May through late September and is easily accessible by car in good weather, although the road is sometimes rough and the drive can be seemingly long. Checking with the District on road conditions before heading out is recommended. Natural Features: Wildlife watchers may want to look for deer and elk. Waterfowl, eagles and osprey are attracted to the river. Recreation: There are several trails in the area including trail #189 beginning near Cottonwood Campground, leading to Bald Mountain Peak. Check the Idaho City Ranger District Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) for trails in the area that are open to hikers, equestrians, mountain bikers and off-road vehicles. Click here for an Idaho OHV safety message. The Middle Fork Boise River and Arrowrock Reservoir offer excellent trout fishing and good swimming holes. Big game hunting is a popular activity in season.

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      • Picnic Table
      • Toilets
      • Alcohol
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        Succor Creek Reservoir Dispersed Camping

        1 Review
        12 Saves
        Jordan Valley, Oregon

        Dispersed camping. High clearance vehicle recommended. Please LNT.

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          Camper-submitted photo from Mores Creek by Steamboat Gulch
          Camper-submitted photo from Mores Creek by Steamboat Gulch

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          Mores Creek by Steamboat Gulch

          1 Review
          2 Photos
          37 Saves
          Idaho City, Idaho
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          • Tents
          • Standard (Tent/RV)
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