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Bear Den RV Resort, Grangeville
This wonderful RV Resort located in the North Central region of Idaho is a fantastic destination to explore Idaho. From this campground visitors can explore the amazing Hells Canyon National Recreation Area. In addition visitors can enjoy all that Grangeville has to offer, including the Grangeville Border Days Rodeo and much more. Check availability.
Wagonhammer RV Park and Campground, North Fork
Wagonhammer RV Park is a wonderful gateway to the outdoors. Located on the Salmon River, visitors to the resort can enjoy trout fishing, hiking, rafting and much more. This RV park is also a great spot to enjoy the Lewis & Clark Trail, or drive along the beautiful Salmon River Scenic Byway and much more. The handy online reservation system is a fantastic way to make sure a spot is reserved. Check availability.
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Hells Canyon National Recreation Area
Hells Canyon is the deepest gorge in North America. Located in west central Idaho and crossing into northeaster Oregon, Hells Canyon is a great Idaho destination. Visitors to Hells Canyon can explore by boat, which is the best way to see the canyon. There are also sightseeing tours that visitors can take to enjoy the amazing sights of Hells Canyon.
Sun Valley located within the Rocky Mountains boasts of some of the Northwest's best skiing. There is a fantastic Nordic Center with heated outdoor pools and ice-skating. For cross-country skiers there are about 25 miles of groomed trails. There are also a large variety of cross-country options including classical, ski touring, and skate skiing. For beginners there is also a large ski school.
Silver Creek is a top fly fishing location. Much of the creek flows through the Silver Creek Preserve. This spring-fed tributary of the Little Wood River is, in fact, a world-renowned fly fishing location. Anglers especially will find this spot a delight. The headwaters of the creek are surrounded by farmland, which provides amazing scenery, and as it flows it turns into a large creek flowing through the Silver Creek Preserve. Silver Creek is known for its large Brown and Rainbow Trout.
Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area
The Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area was created in order to protect a unique concentration of birds of prey. Within the vast acreage of this Conservation Area there are both nesting and migrating birds of prey. The species prevalent here include, eagles, falcons, hawks and owls, there are in fact 24 species of raptors in the area. For visitors hoping to enjoy some bird of prey watching, spring is the best time to visit the Conservation Area. This area also has other fun recreational activities, which can be enjoyed throughout the year.
Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve
This National Monument is 750,000 acres, and it has amazing volcanic formations. Visitors can enjoy seeing the cinder cones, lava tubes and more. The monument has good hiking, bird watching, backpacking and even caving. During the summer there are guided cave walks, and during the winter visitors can have fun snowshoeing, cross-county skiing and more.