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Cabins
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Rendezvous At South Fork

Shady, quiet little campground near the South Fork of the Snake River. RV spots, tent camping, and cabins all available from May 1st through November 15th.

Price
$23.00 - $28.00
Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Features
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Rendezvous At South Fork is located in Idaho
Latitude
43.408 N
Longitude
-111.2964 W
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2 Reviews of Rendezvous At South Fork
Fly fishing outfitter and campground in one

In Swan Valley the name of the game is fly fishing. This small campground is also a fly fishing outfitter and shop. While l was just passing through and I am not a fisherwoman, it seemed to offer pretty good services if that is your thing. I pulled in after hours but fortunately the owner’s dog alerted her to my presence and she was willing to open the office to rent me a tent site for the evening. There are 3ish tent sites(one was being worked on), about a half dozen pull thru RV sites, and 3 or 4 cabins for rent. There is a central bathhouse with two full bathrooms in a trailer for everyone to share. The bathhouse rooms are electronically accessed with codes the host gives you on check in. They were really nice and clean, like bathrooms in a typical modern home, except that one had the water heater tank in it and both had space heaters on the floor to plug in(fire hazard??). The tent site I chose was at the back of the campground so I didn’t have much highway noise, and fell asleep to the sound of the nearby horses grazing. Next door on the other side is a municipal building that appears to be the home base for the sheriff. The view of the back of the office/fly shop is not very picturesque, with boats and atv’s and odds and ends laying about. There are nice trees providing shade, but there is no real privacy between sites, tents, or cabins. The grass was quite lush, so I am wondering when the sprinkler system comes on. This place works as a layover or for someone who will take advantage of the fly fishing services, but not much else.

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Something for everyone!

Seven RV sites with full hookups ($32.50/nite), four tent spots, and three cabins. Each cabin has different facilities ranging from partial to full bath. Bath/shower house accessible with code. Small playground. Lots of shade trees. Janice was very friendly and helpful and said they fill up every night. Best to call to make a reservation.