Idaho RV Campgrounds


The Gem State, Idaho, is the 14th largest state (by area) in the United States. It derives its nickname the “Gem State” from the fact that almost every type of gemstone has been found in Idaho. A portion of Yellowstone National Park, the southwest corner, is in Idaho as are parts of three National Historic Trails, as well as National Historic Parks, Monuments, and Sites. In addition, there are 26 state parks run by the State of Idaho Parks and Recreation. There is plenty of “big outdoors” in Idaho to satisfy any RV camper.


Following are the RV campgrounds in Idaho:


American Falls, ID

Arco, ID

Ashton, ID

Ashton, ID

Athol, ID

Bayview, ID

Boise, ID

Bonners Ferry, ID

Caldwell, ID

Cascade, ID

Cataldo, ID

Challis, ID

Challis, ID

Coeur d’ Alene, ID

Coolin, ID

Declo, ID

Donnelly, ID

Downey, ID

Eden, ID

Filer, ID

Fruitland, ID

Garden Valley, ID

Gibbonsville, ID

Grace, ID

Grangeville, ID

Hagerman, ID

Hayden, ID

Heyburn, ID

Hope, ID

Idaho Falls, ID

Island Park, ID

Jerome, ID

Kamiah, ID

Kingston, ID

Lava Hot Springs, ID

Lewiston, ID

Lowell, ID

Lowman, ID

Mack’s Inn, ID

McCall, ID

Meridian, ID

Montpelier, ID

Mountain Home, ID

Moyie Springs, ID

Nampa, ID

North Fork, ID

Orofino, ID

Osburn, ID

Pinehurst, ID

Plummer, ID

Pocatello, ID

Preston, ID

Rexburg, ID

Riggins, ID

Ririe, ID

Sagle, ID

Salmon, ID

Sawtooth City, ID

Shoshone, ID

Spirit Lake, ID

St. Charles, ID

Stanley, ID

Victor, ID

Weiser, ID

Wendell, ID

White Bird, ID

Winchester, ID

Idaho (ID) Travel Resources

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