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We pulled in after the office closed. We didn’t receive a packet, which we have become accustomed to, but we had a site map and found our camp space. We were right next to the lake #69. We had a pull through for our 40’ fifth wheel and we’re happy. Lake access is only through the tent campers sites…
This is a beautiful area which is in a great spot off the beaten track. If coming from the Boise area (from the south) you can get there easily by two ways. Either through Horseshoe bend, or through Emmett. Both are nice scenic drives.
The campground is a mile or two off the highway. It is not…
Rode in on my GS fully packed and as previously reviewed it was a bumpy road from the dam but not difficult. I was the only one here but the neighboring site had a couple people. Very quiet location. Happy I didn’t stop at hotel as it was getting near dark as I rode in and wasn’t sure what to…
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Feels like a little oasis tucked in behind the fairground and baseball stadium. The green belt and river run right by it. Super friendly staff. Variety of site types. Excellent laundry and shower facilities open 24/7.
Stayed a few nights while exploring area. Camp hosts do a great job keeping the camp facilities very clean. Our site a bit noisy in the evening (tent camping) due to periodic logging trucks rolling by, but not bad. Overall great facility
A membership RV camp 23 miles north of Mountain Home, Idaho. An oasis of trees in the middle of sage brush on the middle of nowhere. Located just inside Boise National Forest. The pool was closed but I'm sure it would have been very nice. If we lived in a nearby city like Boise I would buy a…
I was attending a local wilderness first aid course and was able to have the privilege of staying at Smoky Bear. I was lucky that is was early in the season and was able to drive in and find a great site for my RV.
The sites were clean and well dispersed...there are a number of pit toilets…
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Really love camping here because of the Boise Green Belt bike and walking path.
This is a nice area for dispersed camping. No water in the reservoir at this time (early September). Very few other people around, even on labor day weekend, and the area was so quiet and serene.
We stayed along the western side of the reservoir, and there's are little loops you can take in…
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Such an awesome little campsite. The owners are very attentive and nice. Bathrooms, showers and laundry room are pristine for a campground! Hot water was no issue and they have a great little store if you’re out of anything. 10/10
Maybe this place is fine in the spring, but in September the reservoir is low and the sites for tent/self contained vehicles are 10 feet off the road. I’m not sure why this area is called a national forest because there are no trees and the mountains are not impressive enough to make up for it.…
Stayed 3 nights to run errands and visit the Boise area. Out of town, but nice and secluded. We enjoyed the clear skies at night for some great star gazing. The vault toilets are cleaned every day and the camp host was active. No Verizon signal.
Located on the shore of Arrowrock reservoir, this camping area is bare bones. The road in is all gravel on a steep hillside along the shore and several miles to get in. Many potholes and ruts. It will take you about 20-30 minutes from Boise to get to the dam and then another 30 minutes to get to…
Few campsite and creek running through here
No camping at this spot but good amount of picnic table to set up for the day and hang out.
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