Synopses & Reviews
Looking for the ideal spot to pitch your tent or park your RV? Camping Idaho will take you there.
This comprehensive guidebook gives detailed descriptions of more than 300 public campgrounds throughout Idaho¿s widely varied scenery. These are campsites managed by national, state, city, and county parks; the Forest Service; the Bureaus of Land Management and Reclamation; and the Idaho Power Company. They¿re in remote wilderness areas and near cities, in deserts and on mountaintops, along roaring streams and by popular fishing and boating lakes.
Easy-to-use maps and charts will help you choose the perfect site for your next camping trip, whether you¿re going alone, with your family, or as part of a group. You¿ll also find vital information on:
¿ Campground elevations
¿ Facilities and hookups
¿ Fees and reservations
¿ Recreational activities
¿ Zero-impact camping
Whether you want to get away from it all at scenic Bayhorse Lake in the Challis region, choose the Magruder Corridor for horseback riding and hunting, or go to Poverty Flat, for roughing-it backwoods camping and superb fishing, let this book be your guide.
From the high peaks of the Bitterroots to the massive valley of the Snake River Plain, this guidebook includes detailed descriptions of more than 300 public campgrounds throughout the state of Idaho that campers can reach by car, for tenters and RVers.
About the Author
has lived in Idaho for 30 years and written widely about the state's history, government, politics, and resources. He is the author of the Two Dot book It Happened in Idaho
. He lives in Boise.