In summer, the weather can be so extreme, even for seasoned campers, that it’s tempting to turn back.
But, there’s a way to make it through: Take a look at the top 10 campgrounds in Idaho, and the places you can stay for summer and beyond.
The campsites are below.
Camp Pinot: The Pinot Plantation at Pinot Creek State Park The Pinottas, a family of trees, are the largest trees in Idaho and one of the most popular in the state.
Campsites in the Pinot are usually the best value and have amenities that you’ll appreciate.
Pinot Park: Pinot’s beautiful, rustic campground has a beautiful view of the water.
There are picnic tables, hammocks, and plenty of fire pits.
It’s a good place to be if you’re looking for something a little different.
The Pinots have two campgrounds, one of which is in their family’s private residence, which has a private beach, a picnic area, and a fire pit.
Lake Louise Campground: The Lake Louise campground is a popular campground for families.
It has a campground that is more like a beach and offers a variety of camping options.
The Lake Lewis campground offers two campground sites, one located in the family’s home, and one in the park.
Both are in the historic town of Lake Lewis.
Lake Lewis Campground, Inc.: The LakeLewis campground features a tent campground and has several other amenities.
Campsites in the Lake Lewis are usually good value, but there’s also the Lake Louise, and Lake Lewis campsites have also become more popular.
Camp Creek Campground & Spa: This camping area offers great amenities like showers, toilets, and laundry facilities.
Camp creek is a lovely place to camp with friends or family.
Camp Cascades: Camp Casca offers a camping area and has a few other amenities that are more affordable than some of the campgrounds above.
Camp Crow: Crow Lake Campground is also popular with families, but you may want to consider some of these campsites in other locations in the Cascadia National Park.
Camping and Camping in the Park: There are some great campgrounds that are not within the park boundaries.
If you’re interested in visiting some of them, it’s best to book ahead to avoid waiting in line.
You can also explore the park by driving through the park and by walking or biking.
There is also a large trail system within the parks boundaries, so if you want to explore, there are many opportunities to do so.