Top Cabins near Warren, ID

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    Camper-submitted photo from Peninsula Campground — Ponderosa State Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Peninsula Campground — Ponderosa State Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Peninsula Campground — Ponderosa State Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Peninsula Campground — Ponderosa State Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Peninsula Campground — Ponderosa State Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Peninsula Campground — Ponderosa State Park

    1.

    Peninsula Campground — Ponderosa State Park

    36 Reviews
    59 Photos
    189 Saves
    McCall, Idaho

    Ponderosa State Park offers every kind of overnight experience imaginable with a variety of standard and serviced campsites, or cabins for small or large groups, amid a beyond-scenic mountain setting next to Payette Lake. There’s always more to explore! Learn more about all that Ponderosa State Park offers.

    Beautiful Payette Lake surrounds the Peninsula Unit and is the shoreline of the North Beach Unit of the park, located in the heart of one of Idaho’s most popular year-round destinations. Hike and bike on your own or with a guide, listen to a park naturalist in the evening at the amphitheater or walk with them on one of the trails. Children can participate in the Junior Ranger Program in the summer months. Visitors can meander the North Fork of the Payette River in a canoe or kayak (rentals available), Nordic ski on groomed trails, snowshoe on designated trails, or simply sit on the front porch of a park cabin and enjoy the spectacular view.

    Whether you enjoy cooking in a Dutch oven at a primitive camp site or an indoor stove in the comfort of a deluxe, lakeview cabin, Ponderosa State Park presents plentiful overnight experiences with a variety of standard and serviced campsites, or cabins.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access

    $15 - $40 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from McCall RV Resort - Northfolk Lodge
    Camper-submitted photo from McCall RV Resort - Northfolk Lodge
    Camper-submitted photo from McCall RV Resort - Northfolk Lodge
    Camper-submitted photo from McCall RV Resort - Northfolk Lodge
    Camper-submitted photo from McCall RV Resort - Northfolk Lodge
    Camper-submitted photo from McCall RV Resort - Northfolk Lodge

    2.

    McCall RV Resort - Northfolk Lodge

    4 Reviews
    13 Photos
    30 Saves
    McCall, Idaho
    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access

    $42 - $52 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Warm Lake Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Warm Lake Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Warm Lake Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Warm Lake Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Warm Lake Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Warm Lake Campground

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    Boise National Forest Warm Lake Campground

    9 Reviews
    27 Photos
    32 Saves
    Cascade, Idaho

    Overview

    Warm Lake Campground is near the eastern shore of beautiful Warm Lake, at an elevation of 5,300 feet. Visitors enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, hiking and viewing local wildlife.

    Recreation

    Warm Lake offers great fishing opportunities for cutthroat, rainbow, lake and bull trout. Boating, canoeing and swimming are popular activities. A developed swim beach is available less than a quarter-mile away, at Warm Lake Lodge. Billy Rice Swim Beach is just over a mile from the campground, on the north side of the lake. The area offers a day-use site for picnicking and swimming. A boat ramp is located at nearby Shoreline Campground. The surrounding area offers great hiking, mountain biking, horseback and off-road vehicle riding, and hunting. The WeWuKiye (Wa Wu Kia) Trail No. 252 was recently built and can be accessed at Shoreline Campground. It is popular for hiking and mountain biking. For off-road vehicle enthusiasts, Telephone Ridge Trail No. 112 offers 20 miles of trails for all riding levels, with staging areas within the campground and up the road at Shoreline Campground.

    Facilities

    Warm Lake offers great fishing opportunities for cutthroat, rainbow, lake and bull trout. Boating, canoeing and swimming are popular activities. A developed swim beach is available less than a quarter-mile away, at Warm Lake Lodge. Billy Rice Swim Beach is just over a mile from the campground, on the north side of the lake. The area offers a day-use site for picnicking and swimming. A boat ramp is located at nearby Shoreline Campground. The surrounding area offers great hiking, mountain biking, horseback and off-road vehicle riding, and hunting. The WeWuKiye (Wa Wu Kia) Trail No. 252 was recently built and can be accessed at Shoreline Campground. It is popular for hiking and mountain biking. For off-road vehicle enthusiasts, Telephone Ridge Trail No. 112 offers 20 miles of trails for all riding levels, with staging areas within the campground and up the road at Shoreline Campground.

    Natural Features

    The campground is situated in a scenic forest of towering, old-growth ponderosa pine, which provides partial shade in the campground. Chipmunk Creek runs alongside the campground. Summer wildflowers are abundant. A variety of wildlife including bears, deer, elk, fox, grouse, eagles, osprey, grosbeaks, whooping cranes and otters, lives around the lake.

    Nearby Attractions

    Warm Lake Lodge is located across the road from the campground and has a restaurant and small store with camping and fishing essentials.

    • Fires
    • RVs
    • Tents
    • Group
    • Standard (Tent/RV)
    • Market

    $34 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Adams Ranger Station
    Camper-submitted photo from Adams Ranger Station
    Camper-submitted photo from Adams Ranger Station
    Camper-submitted photo from Adams Ranger Station
    Camper-submitted photo from Adams Ranger Station
    Camper-submitted photo from Adams Ranger Station

    4.

    Adams Ranger Station

    1 Review
    19 Photos
    4 Saves
    White Bird, Idaho

    Overview

    Adams Ranger Station Cabin is located in the heart of the Nez Perce National Forest at an elevation of 5,150 feet. Adams Camp served as a way station along the Milner Trail as early as 1862. The Forest Service established the area adjacent to Adams Camp as an administrative site in 1919. Adams Ranger Station was built in 1932 for the District Ranger and his family. It last served as District headquarters in 1958. Since then, it has served as a work center, hosting a variety of summer crews. The historic cabin is available for rent year-round, except during spring melt, which typically occurs from mid-March to late May. Winter access is approximately 30 miles from Fish Creek Snow Park along a groomed snowmobile route. The cabin must be reserved in advanced; there are no walk-ups.

    Recreation

    Many fun activities surround Adams Ranger Station, including numerous trails. Corral Creek, a nearby stock facility and trailhead, can accommodate horses and hikers. This trail system leads into the beautiful Gospel-Hump Wilderness. The Milner Trail, Road #641, is open to off-road vehicles in the summer and snowmobiles in the winter.

    Facilities

    Many fun activities surround Adams Ranger Station, including numerous trails. Corral Creek, a nearby stock facility and trailhead, can accommodate horses and hikers. This trail system leads into the beautiful Gospel-Hump Wilderness. The Milner Trail, Road #641, is open to off-road vehicles in the summer and snowmobiles in the winter.

    Natural Features

    Adams Ranger Station is near the Gospel-Hump Wilderness and part of the Salmon River/Highway 95 Corridor. The landscape in this corridor varies from the emerald Salmon River pouring through steep canyon walls to sapphire Moore's Lake in the remote Gospel-Hump Wilderness. The Gospel-Hump Wilderness has elevations ranging from 1,970 feet at the Wind River pack bridge on the Salmon River to 8,940 feet at the summit of Buffalo Hump. The northern part of the Wilderness is wetter and heavily forested; the southern part is dry and sparsely vegetated. The two parts are separated by a rugged, glaciated divide which contains the peaks for which the wilderness is named. Wildlife in the area includes mountain lions, moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goats and wolves.

    Nearby Attractions

    Guests may wish to visit the historic gold-mining town of Florence. It is now a ghost town with a cemetery and a few long abandoned buildings.

    • Toilets
    • Alcohol

    $50 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Shoreline Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Shoreline Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Shoreline Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Shoreline Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Shoreline Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Boise National Forest Shoreline Campground

    5.

    Boise National Forest Shoreline Campground

    4 Reviews
    23 Photos
    27 Saves
    Cascade, Idaho

    Overview

    Shoreline Campground is located just across the road from beautiful Warm Lake, at an elevation of 5,300 feet. Visitors enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, hiking and viewing local wildlife.

    Recreation

    Warm Lake offers great fishing opportunities for cutthroat, rainbow, lake and bull trout. Boating, canoeing and swimming are popular activities. Billy Rice Swim Beach is nearby, offering a day-use site for picnicking and swimming. A boat ramp is located just across the road from the campground. The surrounding area offers great hiking, mountain biking, horseback and off-road vehicle riding, and hunting. The WeWuKiye (Wa Wu Kia) Trail No. 252 is popular among hikers and mountain bikers. It was recently built and can be accessed at the campground's entrance. For off-road vehicle enthusiasts, Telephone Ridge Trail No. 112 offers 20 miles of trails for all riding levels, with staging areas within the campground and at Warm Lake Campground just down the road.

    Facilities

    Warm Lake offers great fishing opportunities for cutthroat, rainbow, lake and bull trout. Boating, canoeing and swimming are popular activities. Billy Rice Swim Beach is nearby, offering a day-use site for picnicking and swimming. A boat ramp is located just across the road from the campground. The surrounding area offers great hiking, mountain biking, horseback and off-road vehicle riding, and hunting. The WeWuKiye (Wa Wu Kia) Trail No. 252 is popular among hikers and mountain bikers. It was recently built and can be accessed at the campground's entrance. For off-road vehicle enthusiasts, Telephone Ridge Trail No. 112 offers 20 miles of trails for all riding levels, with staging areas within the campground and at Warm Lake Campground just down the road.

    Natural Features

    The campground is situated in a mixed-growth lodgepole pine forest, which offers partial shade. Summer wildflowers are abundant in the area. A variety of wildlife including bears, deer, elk, fox, grouse, eagles, osprey, grosbeaks, whooping cranes and otters, lives around the lake.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • RVs
    • Tents
    • Group
    • Standard (Tent/RV)

    $50 / night

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    Lost RV Park - 55+

    1 Review
    13 Photos
    11 Saves
    New Meadows, Idaho

    Seasonal RV Park for 55 and up campers. Full hookups.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Reservable
    • RVs
    • Tents

    $10 - $50 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Johnson Creek Guard Station
    Camper-submitted photo from Johnson Creek Guard Station
    Camper-submitted photo from Johnson Creek Guard Station
    Camper-submitted photo from Johnson Creek Guard Station
    Camper-submitted photo from Johnson Creek Guard Station

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    Johnson Creek Guard Station

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    5 Photos
    1 Save
    Yellow Pine, Idaho

    Overview

    Johnson Creek Guard Station was built in 1922 and offers a charming mountain respite with modern conveniences. The cabin offers nearly everything needed for a pleasant and comfortable stay. Peak season for the cabin is typically early June through late September. It can be accessed by most vehicles via dirt and gravel roads, but trailers are not recommended.

    Recreation

    The cabin is near several trailheads into the Frank Church - River of No Return Wilderness. These non-motorized trails are popular for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians. Off-road vehicle trails are also nearby. Click here for an Idaho OHV safety message. The South Fork Salmon River and Johnson Creek offer opportunities for fishing. Berry picking and hunting are popular pastimes in season.

    Facilities

    The cabin is near several trailheads into the Frank Church - River of No Return Wilderness. These non-motorized trails are popular for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians. Off-road vehicle trails are also nearby. Click here for an Idaho OHV safety message. The South Fork Salmon River and Johnson Creek offer opportunities for fishing. Berry picking and hunting are popular pastimes in season.

    Natural Features

    Johnson Creek sits in a pretty mountain meadow a stone's throw from scenic Johnson Creek, a tributary of the South Fork Salmon River. Mountain slopes covered in dense pine forest surround the cabin. Wildlife watchers may see deer, elk, bear and moose. Bald eagles are often spotted soaring overhead.

    Nearby Attractions

    The tiny community of Yellow Pine is a few miles north of the cabin and offers limited services. The popular Yellow Pine Music & Harmonica Festival is held annually in August.

    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups

    $50 / night

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      Salmon River Resort

      1 Review
      2 Saves
      White Bird, Idaho
      • Pets
      • Electric Hookups
      • Phone Service
      • Reservable
      • RVs
      • Tents
      Camper-submitted photo from Lake Fork
      Camper-submitted photo from Lake Fork
      Camper-submitted photo from Lake Fork
      Camper-submitted photo from Lake Fork

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      Lake Fork

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      6 Saves
      McCall, Idaho

      Overview

      This campground features nine sites along the North Fork of Lake Fork Creek. All sites are available on a first come, first serve basis.__ This location is available on a first-come, first-served basis only. Visitors are required to physically arrive at the campground to purchase and claim a site. Once on-site, you may be able to pay for your campsite(s) by scanning a QR code using the Recreation.gov mobile app, and the Scan and Pay feature.__ If this option is available, you will need to first download the free Recreation.gov mobile app https://www.recreation.gov/mobile-app prior to your arrival as some remote areas have limited or no cellular service.

      Recreation

      This is a beautiful campground and a great base camp for adventure. From the campground, trails head east, branching north and south into pristine mountain areas: East Fork Lake Fork Creek Trail #104, Lake Fork First Bridge Trail #339, and Paddy Flat/Lake Fork Creek Trail #103. There are many points of interest and trailheads if you continue along Lick Creek Road. Nearby is Slick Rock-Climbing area, a stunning exposed granite wall. Popular hiking areas include, Box Lake, Snowslide Lake, and Duck Lake. Drive to Lick Creek Summit (6,879 ft.) for 360-degree views of the Salmon River Mountains.__

      Facilities

      This is a beautiful campground and a great base camp for adventure. From the campground, trails head east, branching north and south into pristine mountain areas: East Fork Lake Fork Creek Trail #104, Lake Fork First Bridge Trail #339, and Paddy Flat/Lake Fork Creek Trail #103. There are many points of interest and trailheads if you continue along Lick Creek Road. Nearby is Slick Rock-Climbing area, a stunning exposed granite wall. Popular hiking areas include, Box Lake, Snowslide Lake, and Duck Lake. Drive to Lick Creek Summit (6,879 ft.) for 360-degree views of the Salmon River Mountains.__

      Natural Features

      Forested campground near a creek at approximately 5,329 feet elevation.__

      • Pets
      • Fires
      • RVs
      • Tents
      • Group

      $15 / night

      Camper-submitted photo from Walker Cabin
      Camper-submitted photo from Walker Cabin
      Camper-submitted photo from Walker Cabin
      Camper-submitted photo from Walker Cabin
      Camper-submitted photo from Walker Cabin

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      Walker Cabin

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      2 Saves
      Elk City, Idaho

      Overview

      Walker Cabin is nestled among trees just off Crooked River Road #233, which leads into the Gospel-Hump Wilderness Area, in the Nez Perce National Forest. The cabin was originally built around 1930 as a summer home. Jerry and Helen Walker purchased the cabin in 1967, then donated it to the U.S. Forest Service in the 1980s. It is now available for public recreational use. The cabin must be reserved in advanced; there are no walk-ups.

      Recreation

      Crooked River is a popular area for many recreational opportunities, including hiking, trout fishing, hunting, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. A nice hiking trail is located behind the cabin. Nearby trails lead to the Orogrande Summit, Buffalo Hump and Gospel Hump. Snowshoes may be required on the trails in winter. There are several lakes within a 3-mile radius that are easily accessible by foot or off-road vehicle.

      Facilities

      Crooked River is a popular area for many recreational opportunities, including hiking, trout fishing, hunting, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. A nice hiking trail is located behind the cabin. Nearby trails lead to the Orogrande Summit, Buffalo Hump and Gospel Hump. Snowshoes may be required on the trails in winter. There are several lakes within a 3-mile radius that are easily accessible by foot or off-road vehicle.

      Natural Features

      Walker Cabin sits at an elevation of 4,500 feet near the northern part of Gospel-Hump Wilderness, an area that is moist and densely forested. Big game species like elk, mule and whitetail deer, black bear, cougar, moose, mountain goat and mountain sheep live within the Wilderness. Chukar, grouse, squirrels and songbirds make their home here as well.

      Nearby Attractions

      The cabin is less than a mile from Orogrande, a historic mining site that is now a ghost town. The closest town, Elk City, Idaho, is a remote community with limited facilities that include a grocery store, restaurant, bar, laundromat, convenience store and gas stations.

        $40 / night

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