Winter camping suggestions?

Hi! New here and first time camper pulling a tiny teardrop. (Does that count as camping?) Does anyone have any suggestions for winter camping in the state of Idaho or states that border?

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We are tiny teardroppers living in Oregon. Owyhee area in sw OR has lots of dispersed camping. However, the temp really drops during fall & winter so be prepared. West of I84, on hwy 78, Snake River Birds of Prey area has hot springs near Givens and Bruneau and nice spots on the river. Mack’s Creek outside of Boise is beautiful. Oregon is a lovely state to roam with high desert, mountains, forests, rivers and the ocean. Best to travel late spring to early fall because of the higher elevations of you spend the days outdoors. IT IS REALLY COLD AT NIGHT AND MORNINGS!!!

If you have never been to Lava Hot Springs, I would recommend it. We stayed at the KOA East campground which is open year round. The hot pools are so relaxing ranging from 102’-112’ so winter time would be perfect. We just went there two weeks ago and found it super peaceful.