JThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 31, 2021

Lots of dispersed camping options

We needed a spot to spend the night on our way back to Montana. Our timing worked out for the Idaho Falls area and Wolverine Canyon came up as an option. It’s all paved road until you get to the mouth of the Canyon, then it’s a well maintained gravel road. A few washboard spots but easy to tow a trailer even 30 ft long. Most camp spots are right off of the main gravel road. Saw several camps set up over Memorial Day weekend, and we didn’t have a problem finding a spot for the night. Lots of spots have some wear and tear from target shooting, previous camping, ruts in mud, etc, but more than suitable for a boondocking setup. Be sure to pay attention to BLM boundaries, as there is some checkerboard ownership with private lands and the fence boundaries aren’t always signed. Beautiful setting! Lush, green, rugged rock cliffs along the drive.

SitePull through spot about 20 yards off the main road

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