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21 Reviews of 25 North Fork, Idaho Campgrounds

s
Reviewed Jul. 11, 2021

Fantastic

This is a beautiful campground at higher elevation. The wildflowers were amazing in early July. There were a good amount of spots for tents and rvs. Its up high in elevation so it's hard work on the engine towing a trailer up there but worth it to take it slow. Vault toilets were clean and you can…

Site13
Month of VisitAugust
DThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 8, 2021

Excellent campground!!

Best camp hosts I've ever seen! Quiet, mostly shady, not too crowded.

  • Great stream for cooling off!
  • Beautiful view from above the campground
Site6
Month of VisitAugust
the O.
Reviewed May. 26, 2021

Super

Good and beautiful, full hook up, good space between sites and super friendly hosts .

Site15
Month of VisitJune
Anything The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 10, 2020

Small and quaint with charming location

Wonderful location with very little wifi services. If you want to relax in a very nice, park setting, surrounded by mountains, this would be your place.

Big spaces in the middle area. Smaller spots on the river. Modest but competent shower and laundry room.

Would stay again.

T
Reviewed Aug. 23, 2020

Nicest, cleanest, friendliest

I was camping at a nearby national park site that had a flyer for Camp Sula, saying that if you show the receipt from your stay you can use Camp Sulas shower, laundry facilities and wifi at no cost. I arrived there and the ladies working in the combination store/restaurant/gas and coffee station…

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Brian C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 12, 2020

Not for Digital Nomads

If you want complete solitude from the internet and TV this is the place for you to reconnect with nature. (see video)

Being new RV'ers we didn't do our due diligence before booking, we went by pictures and the park did their part.  They said poor internet and poor cell service we just didn't…

  • Quick video of us arriving.
Month of VisitAugust
Chris J.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 10, 2020

15 miles off the path

Overall it was a great campsite. There are currently 17 camping spots with a cabin as well. The campsite is located right on the lake and it’s about a 15 mile commute on a gravel road to get there. If your plan is to stay at the campsite for the duration of your visit I would recommended it. But if…

Cia S.
Reviewed Jul. 27, 2020

Nice spot on river

We have done only boondocking but were tired and wanted proximity to town. A few spots left and asked for one on the river, which had its own deck. Kind of shocked it was $45 a night after so much free camping !

But nice to have hookups and our own deck looking over the river watching osprey…

C
Reviewed Oct. 31, 2019

Great Wilderness Access

This is one of the coolest places that I have ever stayed. I stayed here for a couple of nights before venturing into the Frank Church. Although this spot isn't quite in the wilderness, it sure feels like it! Driving up to Yellowjacket and through the abandoned mine sites feels like a step into the…

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Juice B.
Reviewed Aug. 8, 2019

Amazing remote location. Great wildlife viewing, snowshoeing, hiking, etc..

Spent 3 nights at Hogan Cabin, MT last summer (Aug 2018). I loved the isolation of the location. Up at 7200ft you get a little winded hiking around, but the incredible scenery is worth it. Found a primitive A-frame structure in the woods about a mile from the cabin. Saw several deer and elk feeding…

  • just arrived
  • Front of the cabin
  • Getting a fire going
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Month of VisitSeptember
Renita B.
Reviewed Aug. 8, 2019

Very comfortable.

We are not hard to please. Just need space for dog fence. No problems checking in. Laundry. Bitterroot river on site. Children's fish lake. Did not use bath facilities. Looked good from out side. Cabins are log and adorable. Big ponderosa pine. Small store, with restaurant that serves breakfast…

Z
Reviewed Jul. 26, 2019

Remote and Quiet

Nice are to get away from it all. Road is best traveled with AWD-4WD. Campgrounds are nice and level for tents.

Lisa B.
Reviewed Apr. 20, 2019

Great spot!

Stayed at wagonhammer campground in September. Great location & super clean! Our campsite was right next to the river. Dog friendly and there is a dog island that your fur kid can run around off leash! They also have bathrooms, showers (on demand hot water), laundry mat, fire pits,and a small…

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K
Reviewed Aug. 10, 2018

Remote

The road is pretty long, and narrow. Not advisable for pulling a large trailer. Every time we have went there is only one other occupied site. The lake is for non motorized water crafts only. Perfect for first time swimmers. Very quite.

  • Relaxing by the fire.
Site7
Month of VisitJuly
K
Reviewed Aug. 10, 2018

Comfortable

Water is located pretty far from campsites. Not alot of bugs, but the bees are pretty aggressive.

  • The kid and his best friend.
Site16
Month of VisitAugust

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