Campground and Campsite listings closest to Blackfoot, Idaho
Eastern Idaho State Fairgrounds - Blackfoot, Idaho
Nice level spots on grass. Restrooms and picnic pavilion. Located behind the state fairgrounds. Dump station and fresh water available. More then enough room for kids and pets. Quiet area …
Rose Park - Blackfoot, Idaho
This recreation area features a 40-acre fishing lake and fine indoor and outdoor archery ranges. Although there are camping spots available, there is no water or electricity at this …
Moreland Park - Blackfoot, Idaho
Contact the county to reserve a spot. Located a half-mile north of Moreland, this 39-acre park has facilities for group picnics, playground area, and softball fields. Also, there are three …
North Bingham County Park - Shelley, Idaho
Whether you like to ride horses, picnic, camp, fish, learn about the past, or play baseball, this park has something for everyone.
Springfield Park - Springfield, Idaho
This delightful two-acre park is located adjacent to the Springfield Reservoir and is a popular spot for fisherman and family picnics. A boat dock and restroom facilities are available. …
McTucker Ponds - Springfield, Idaho
DIRECTIONS From State Highway 39 that runs between American Falls and Blackfoot, turn south at mile marker 34.8 onto 1700 West (Steiklein Road) and go 2.7 miles to a "T" in …
Wolverine Canyon - Firth, Idaho
This is a free dispersed campsite. Reservations are not accepted at this campsite.
Dad's Travel Center - Idaho Falls, Idaho
Truck stop - Coordinates courtesy of MovinSue
Trail Creek Bridge Campground - Firth, Idaho
6 primitive campsites with some picnic tables and fire rings. There is also an undeveloped boater put-in/take-out available and a vaulted toilet. From here to Cedar Creek the …
Morgans Bridge Campground - Firth, Idaho
5 campsites on the Blackfoot River. This section of the river makes for easy floating or tubing, when the water is low. Nesting golden eagles, prairie falcons, red-tailed hawks, and …
Graves Creek Campground - Firth, Idaho
Free boondocking. 5 primitive campsites with a vault toilet, horse shoe pits, undeveloped put-in/take-out, picnic tables, and fire rings on the Blackfoot River.
Elephant Hunters Historical Marker - Idaho Falls, Idaho
About 13 miles west of Idaho Falls, on Hwy. 20. A bonus: there's a lava cave here! You can go in about 1-1/2 miles (it use to go 17 miles, …
Idaho Falls South Tourist Park - Idaho Falls, Idaho
A nice park on the Snake River includes drive-through sites for big rigs. No hookups but water is available. Boat ramp/fishing on Snake River. About a mile south of Idaho …
Idaho Falls Walmart - Idaho Falls, Idaho
Overnight free parking on far side of lot, along tree barrier. Staff indicated overnight was allowed. Walking distance to a couple of restaurants. Four or five rigs …
Blackrock Canyon OHV - Pocatello, Idaho
Free dispered camping in the area and boondocking at the OHV staging area.
Cutthroat Trout Campground - Firth, Idaho
3 primitive campsites and 3 picnic areas on the Blackfoot River. Take out for those floating from the dam, or put-in for those floating to Trail Creek or to Cedar …
Sportsman's Park - Aberdeen, Idaho
This beautiful 30-acre park is a multi-use area with facilities and activities for a variety of recreational uses. Situated adjacent to the American Falls Reservoir, it provides primary access to …
North Tourist Park - Idaho Falls, Idaho
Park is next to a golf course. Courtesy of Moving Sue
Chesterfield Reservior - Bancroft, Idaho
This is an Idaho Fish and Game sportsman's access area. There are no facilities or designated campsites.
Sagehen Flat Campground - Firth, Idaho
5 campsites, a picnic area, vault toilet, fire rings, and undeveloped put-in/take-out on the Blackfoot River. This section of the river is Class I, and makes for easy floating or …
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