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We arrived at this BLM site after dark snd no one else was anywhere in sight (it was mid-December and 20 degrees). We camped in our van by a point on the water on a undeveloped site. In the morning we saw we were across the water from a more developed site with a outhouse, trash bins and picnic table nearby. We had good cell phone coverage with both Verizon and AT&T. This site was a overnight fee of $5 but the fee depot box did not have a lid and had become a bird nest so we could not use it. I imagine this place being well used in warmer months. There are some interpretative trails that show old ruts from the Oregon Trail. Also a shooting range nearby but no one was there. As for wildlife we only saw a little bunny in the morning. The damned section of the Snake River was partially frozen.
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 features.
We went during COVID times, so there was no access to the caves. Still, it was a memorable experience driving the loop and hiking around. In late October, the water was shut off due to frozen pipes, restrooms were closed except for the vault toilets. We found the vaults to be remarkably clean and unstinky.
The sites varied drastically in quality and size- probably because they were built around existing landscape that begged to be preserved. Because it was a weekday and off-season, we had the grounds to ourselves and took our time selecting the best site, and made sure to mark our favorites for the next trip. Site 27 was our favorite for sweeping views and size, but we ended up staying in 29, which is nestled on its own in some lava rocks that provide wind protection.
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.
Found this place when we were in desperate need of a last minute site. We pulled right in around midnight and set up. We put $5 in the cash box in the morning. The tent site area is nestled in the trees right next to the lakeshore. There is running water and compost toilets! Stunning view of the lake for sunrise. Would defiantly recommend
Hidden just off the main road, this lovely park and RV campground is completely unexpected. Don’t let the industrial feel of the initial area scare you off, down the hill you’ll find a park in the gorge! The Rock Creek winds through the park past picnic tables and covered gathering areas. There are two playgrounds, multiple shelters, a handicapped accessible fishing pier, and biking/walking path. The RV park is open April 1-Nov 1 for campers only, no tents. Sites are gravel but level and there’s water and electric at each site. There is no dump onsite, but Twin Falls has a free one a mile away, so as long as you plan accordingly, you should be fine! Cost in 2020 was $20 per night, cash or check only. We had exceptional service for both Verizon and AT&T. Be sure to check out the waterfalls just outside of town when you visit! Both Shoshone Falls and Perrine Coulee falls are less than 15 minutes from the park!
An absolutely beautiful place to camp. Black lava rock everywhere. No cell service. No hookups but if you have a generator it’s all good to run it during normal non quiet hours. Vault toilets open in winter. Lots of fun hikes within the park. Sites have grills and can be used for RVs or tents. 15 or 7.50 if you are NPS pass holder or senior
This place was great! $8 because water is off for the season, I guess…normally $20. All facilities are closed so it’s just camping and exploring the park which is all within walking distance of the campground. Very friendly ranger working the front! Level sites on pavement. No fires allowed unless propane or grills. Very windy! Get a spot that has rocks on your west side to hide lol! This place was a great stop for a evening/night! Not a lot to see but what’s there is really cool! A must see if you’re passing thru Idaho down to Utah.
National Park campground is non/reservable and first come first served. Sites for RV on asphalt. No showers or laundry facilities but there are restrooms. Trails & visitor center within walking distance. Water available but no hook-ups.