Camping Idaho

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Book Description

This easy-to-use guidebook includes detailed descriptions of more than 300 public campgrounds throughout the state of Idaho that campers can reach by car, from the high peaks of the Bitterroots to the massive valley of the Snake River Plain. The listings include campsites in state, city, and county parks; in the national parks and national forests; at wildlife refuges; and on other public lands. With each listing, campers will find vital information on location, hookups, fees, reservations, facilities, and recreational activities. Simple maps and charts help readers to choose the ideal campsite for them.

About Stapilus, Randy

Randy Stapilus has lived in Idaho for 30 years and written widely about the state's history, government, politics, and resources. He is the author of the Two Dot book It Happened in Idaho. He lives in Boise.

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