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Salmon River Campground, Stanley, Idaho

When it comes to super affordable vacations, Idaho’s Salmon River and Sawtooth National Forest could just be a true won’t break the bank holiday destination. Even if you decide to fly into Boise don’t rent a car rent a camper so not to miss the amazing scenery this beautiful state has to offer.

 

Salmon River Campground is aptly named for its beautiful location on the Salmon River in Sawtooth National Forest just miles from the town of Stanley.

With the jagged Sawtooth Mountains looming overhead, this campground is an outdoor adventure lover’s paradise.

This stretch of the river is popular for fly fishing, and campers can also enjoy rafting, mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding.

You’ll have direct access to the river from the riverside loop sites, with more shade and privacy available on the upper loop. Wildlife in the area include deer, elk, bear and even wolves, though you’re unlikely to see one.

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Getting to Boise, Idaho and Salmon, Idaho by air

The nearest commercial airport with services by major airlines is Boise, Idaho.

Map from Boise, Idaho to Salmon River, Idaho
CAMPER RENTAL INFORMATION BELOW

Spread the word about the amazing camping to be found in Sawtooth National Forest and the Salmon River

Where to Rent A Camper

 

Sawtooth National Forest Camping Shows You the True Nature of Idaho!

What do towering mountains, thick forests, and rigorous hiking trails have in common? These are just some of the incredible things you’ll experience on a Sawtooth National Forest camping adventure!

Escaping for a few days into the forest is a fantastic way to unplug and immerse yourself in Idaho’s rugged beauty. However, if you’d also like to pamper yourself on your trip, consider extending your trip a few days and stay at the Redfish Riverside Inn!

From their outdoor activities to spectacular views, you’re sure to fall in love with our area.

A Snapshot of Your Sawtooth National Forest Camping Adventure

This breathtaking area will help you feel closer to nature and more importantly, yourself. 

About the Sawtooth National Forest

Located in Central Idaho, the Sawtooth National Forest and Recreation Area comprises 756,000 acres. As you walk through this spectacular area, you’ll see jagged peaks, mountain lakes, alpine meadows, and challenging trails.

This tremendous area is preserved by state laws and has something fun for everyone to enjoy.

A major destination in the Sawtooth National Forest is Redfish Lake. This serene mountainside paradise feeds the several waterways in our great state. To start, the Salmon River winds through the Sawtooth Valley and meets the Snake River that composes part of our state’s Western border.

From there, the water flows to feed the Columbia River. These intricate water systems begin in this rugged mountain terrain and continue to shape outdoor adventures in Idaho!

 

PARK RESERVATIONS

Reservations can be made to Sawtooth National Forest or Salmon River by visiting www.recreation.gov

or by calling (877)444-6777.

First-come, first-serve campsites include: Lake View, Stanley Lake Inlet, Iron Creek, and Grandjean.

 

 What You Can Do

As you explore this rugged place, there are many activities waiting for you. If you want to spend your time near the water, consider,

Kayaking

Rafting

or Fishing!

Or  you can simply enjoy mountain biking

Rock Climbing in the Sawtooth Range.

Hiking

Or enjoy a  lazy day splashing around in the Salmon River and it’s Natural Hot Tubs

Don’t forget to bring your camera to capture the exceptional beauty of the area!

 

PARK RESERVATIONS

Reservations can be made to Sawtooth National Forest or Salmon River by visiting www.recreation.gov

or by calling (877)444-6777.

First-come, first-serve campsites include: Lake View, Stanley Lake Inlet, Iron Creek, and Grandjean.

 

 

BEST RESTAURANTS NEAR THE SALMON RIVER, SAWTOOTH NATIONAL FOREST AND STANLEY, IDAHO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAMPER RENTALS

Spread the word about the amazing camping to be found in Sawtooth National Forest and the Salmon River

Where to Rent A Camper

 

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