Standard (Tent/RV)
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Pettit Lake Campground

Pettit Lake Campground is located approximately two miles west of Hwy 75 on FS Rd 208. It is in a secluded area next to Pettit Lake nestled at the base of rolling hills and majestic peaks. Swimming, fishing, kayaking and canoeing are wonderful activities for Pettit lake. There are 9 single-sites and 3 double-sites which are all first-come, first-serve. Tin Cup trailhead leading into the beautiful Sawtooth Wilderness is located at the north end of the campground. There is a day use picnic area adjacent to the campground. Personal watercraft are not allowed on Pettit lake. 

$16.00 - $32.00
National Forest
Drive In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Pettit Lake Campground is located in Idaho
43.982 N
-114.866 W
Get Directions
From Stanley, go south 21 miles on ID 75, then west on FS Rd 208 approximately 2 miles.
4 Reviews of Pettit Lake Campground
2020 campground not what it was in 2019

I stayed here in September of 2019 and loved it! The camp host was great and the campground was clean.  The water spigot was by the trailhead and and older pump style but effective.  I went July 2020 and there was no host, campground was tidy but certainly not the clean it was before, and the water spigot was broke.  No water.

Clearest water

This campground was amazing. Clean vault toilets and clean sites. Camp host was really helpful and sweet. Garbage bins. Lake is crystal clear and gorgeous. Don’t miss this place! Close to lots of great hiking for all levels and experiences.

Very nice/clean campground

This was a perfect place to stay before going on our backpacking trip. The camp host Rachel was very nice and helpful. She brought us our firewood and answered all our questions. The sites all had fire rings and picnic tables. The sites were spacious.

First to Review
Lake, Trailheads, a good time.

Absolutely loved camping here. It's a great place to set up camp if you're doing the hike to Alice lake (one of the best hikes).The campground is conveniently located right next to the trailhead. Even if you're not doing the hike it's a great campground with an epic view of the sawtooth mountains with a lake near by.