Lindsey A.
Hope, ID
Joined April 2018
Just a girl - looking for her next adventure.
A Gem Along The Clark Fork

This gorgeous, quiet campground was a pleasure to stay at. We stayed for several months and were welcomed as friends by the owners and resident hosts. It has an upper and lower loop. The upper loop has showers and laundry, while the lower loop features a beautiful pond and the small campground office.

A Quiet Ghost Town

This town holds quite a lot of history. It's open to exploration by the public. Every building is a slowly fading time capsule of a long forgotten time. I enjoyed trekking up and down the single street - investigating at my leisure. The campground itself was clean and safe.

A Canyon Oasis

Visited in June 2015. Very busy, but had one of the best experiences of my life hiking the Narrows. Highly recommend.

Beauty All Around

My husband and I visited in June 2016 on our honeymoon. Definitely worth it. Though, remember to hike with a partner and/or bear spray! Beautiful pales to describe it.

Multiple Visits

I've been to Capitol Reed a handful of time and every time I find something new to do and see. While it's certainly nice to visit when the fruit trees are blooming - or harvestable, but it is less busy in the winter months. During peak times there is an campground outside the park that is worth checking if you can't find room in the park.

A Forest Gem

Spent a night here just as fire season became bad - the campground was safe and welcoming. The park has awesome river access.

A Jumping Off Point

Situated just below Mammoth, this campground is frequently visited by a myriad of wildlife. Elk, bison, and a fox we're our neighbors while we visited. In the off season, this campground is quiet, though the only restroom open is the one nearest the pay station (behind it - beside the main road). A perfect place to stay before (or after) spending a day in the park.

A Jumping Off Point

Situated just below Mammoth, this campground is frequently visited by a myriad of wildlife. Elk, bison, and a fox we're our neighbors while we visited. In the off season, this campground is quiet, though the only restroom open is the one nearest the pay station (behind it - beside the main road). A perfect place to stay before (or after) spending a day in the park.

A Jumping Off Point

Situated just below Mammoth, this campground is frequently visited by a myriad of wildlife. Elk, bison, and a fox we're our neighbors while we visited. In the off season, this campground is quiet, though the only restroom open is the one nearest the pay station (behind it - beside the main road). A perfect place to stay before (or after) spending a day in the park.

A Jumping Off Point

Situated just below Mammoth, this campground is frequently visited by a myriad of wildlife. Elk, bison, and a fox we're our neighbors while we visited. In the off season, this campground is quiet, though the only restroom open is the one nearest the pay station (behind it - beside the main road). A perfect place to stay before (or after) spending a day in the park.

A Jumping Off Point

Situated just below Mammoth, this campground is frequently visited by a myriad of wildlife. Elk, bison, and a fox we're our neighbors while we visited. In the off season, this campground is quiet, though the only restroom open is the one nearest the pay station (behind it - beside the main road). A perfect place to stay before (or after) spending a day in the park.

A Jumping Off Point

Situated just below Mammoth, this campground is frequently visited by a myriad of wildlife. Elk, bison, and a fox we're our neighbors while we visited. In the off season, this campground is quiet, though the only restroom open is the one nearest the pay station (behind it - beside the main road). A perfect place to stay before (or after) spending a day in the park.

A Jumping Off Point

Situated just below Mammoth, this campground is frequently visited by a myriad of wildlife. Elk, bison, and a fox we're our neighbors while we visited. In the off season, this campground is quiet, though the only restroom open is the one nearest the pay station (behind it - beside the main road). A perfect place to stay before (or after) spending a day in the park.

A Little Of Everything

We car camped here in mid-February. The park is extensive - ranging from large stretches of beach - to a fascinating fort. Lots of trails and bike paths. Warrenton is close by, which was convenient when we got hungry. A quiet, peaceful atmosphere.

A Hidden Gem

My husband and I have stayed here a few times. It's small, quiet, and beautiful.

First to Review
Secluded And Worth It

A little off the beaten path, this small camp/recreation area is quaint and quiet. My husband and I spent a night in the spot closest to the Big Pine (the area namesake). A massive tree worth reading about at the plaque beneath it. A creek/river runs nearby. Definitely a great spot to camp.

Clean and Quiet

Located below a dam, this quiet park is much more than meets the eye. My husband and I spent a night here in April. It was the off season - so camping was free. There was a warm, CLEAN bathroom. It had a safe feeling to it.