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Words can’t describe

Amazing location. Will fit 5 to 6 trailers with big groups. Close to boat ramp. Camp ground hoist was awesome. We will be back

Great spot for boon docking

The road in is Gravel and 2 miles from a paved road. There are 6-15 campsites at this location and the maximum RV length is 45 feet. You may stay 14 at Henry Lake BLM.

Convenient location to West Yellowstone(about 20-min) and great staging area for exploring the national park.

Epic View. Great Location.

There is great boon docking by Lake Henry.  Follow your GPS to 44°36'52"N x 111°25'18"W.  With space for 15-20 campsites suitable for RV's (of any length) or tent camping, you'll be treated to epic views.  Ample fishing, natures walks, sitting on the (rocky) beach, or staging for Yellowstone (it's a short 20-30 min drive to West Yellowstone), the location and views are epic.  Good coverage, with 5-bars (boosted) on Verizon.  We'll be back!

Epic Views. Great Location.

There is great boon docking outside of the organized campground area.  Follow your GPS to 44°35'52"N x 111°25'18"W.  At ~6,500 feet, the views of Lake Henry are amazing.  There are 15-20 spots suitable for RV's (of any length) plus campsites.  It's a great location, only about 20-30 minutes from West Yellowstone and the entrance to the national park.  We could have stayed here for days!  

5-bar coverage on Verizon.

A perfect campground

Me and my wife were looking to get away for a weekend and this place was just what we needed. We Tent Camp and we had people RV camp on either side of us and never heard them the whole time. The area is very woodsy and very pretty. The campsite was very developed and taken care of. The bathrooms were extremely Nice !!! They didn’t even smell bad ! Lol. We took a walk around the camp grounds and we saw many others do the same. We stayed at campsite 005. At all the campsites there was fire pits and big picnic tables. This is a spot we highly recommend.

Great campground

The host Todd was very friendly and helpful. The bathrooms were the cleanest I’ve seen in a campground, and not smelly either 😁

Beautiful campground

So quiet and clean bathrooms and showers. Fire rings at each site. Nestled in an Aspen grove with a 18 hole par 3 course surrounded by rolling hills of farmer’s fields. Hosts were so nice and helpful. defiantly a gem to come back to.

ATV/UTV days of fun

Camping sites are like a parking lot. The tables have wonderful covers over them. We made some great friends though being so close to our neighbors. There are fire pits at each site. This is a beautiful place to ride side-by-sides and it’s a great place to explore. But don’t be surprised by the close quarters and hot afternoons. Best to go camping here in early or late summer.

No shade but nice

Stayed 3 nights. The facilities were the cleanest I’ve seen at a state park. There were leeches in water so didn’t spend much time there. Amazing place to stay! No complaints!!!!

Dispersed camping in meadow near creek

This site is about 20 miles west of Yellowstone in Idaho. Great spot with easy access. Beautiful views and the blue mountains in the distance at sunset make this site a crowd pleaser. Gravel roads on the way in get a little more rough the further in you go and down towards the creek. About 8+ sites off gravel road including a group site. There are also a few dirt roads closer to entrance that may lead to more but we didn’t go up since they were a little closer to the road. The traffic was a bit loud at times but as the night went on and the traffic died down and this was a beautiful area overlooking a meadow. Unfortunately, a few people have forgot the importance of leave no trace and therefore be careful of the toilet paper scattered throughout this site.