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Old 06-07-2015, 11:20 AM   #1
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Idaho suggestions

We are spending three weeks in WY and ID this September. We will have a dog with us. We travel in an Airstream Interstate motor home with an inverter and generator, thus the capacity to boondock for 2-3 days.

Any suggestions on Do Not Miss places to camp and things to see.

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Old 06-07-2015, 11:31 AM   #2
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Tetons and Yellowstone for starters.

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big hole national battlefield. eerily quiet place. Ketchum/Sun Valley. Galena summit and Saw Tooth City. drive from there over the continental divide(you could turn E to the battlefield or head on N. nice forest service campground in this area,dry) and down Lolo pass. from Lewiston head S and you can actually drive down to Hells Canyon dam on the Snake.
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Idaho is a very long state, from north to south. Do you know what part of the state you will be in?

In southwestern Idaho, for a really neat place that is well off the beaten track, try the City of Rocks National Reserve and its adjacent Castle Rocks state park. Castle Rocks has reasonable RV camping-- there is a lot of dispersed camping in the City of Rocks but some of it is a bit sketchy for an RV. Nice hiking trails for the non-rock climbing contingent.

Plan Your Visit - City Of Rocks National Reserve (U.S. National Park Service)

In northern Idaho, try Priest Lake state park, as well as camping in and around the resort towns of Sandpoint and Coeur d'Alene. If you want a waterfront RV resort type of experience, try Blackwell Island RV park just west of Coeur d'Alene.

In Wyoming, for sure: Yellowstone and the Tetons!

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We've had good luck camping at BLM campgrounds in Idaho... most have lights and water and allow pets.
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Originally Posted by Len n Jeanne View Post
In southwestern Idaho, for a really neat place that is well off the beaten track, try the City of Rocks National Reserve and its adjacent Castle Rocks state park.

We just pulled in to Castle Rocks this evening. Wow, what a beautiful place! Looking forward to doing some hiking over the next couple of days, and I'll try to post some pics that give a sense of what this place looks like.

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