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Henrys Lake State Park is an angler’s dream and considered one of the finest fisheries of the West. Common catches here include cutthroat, brook, and rainbow-cutthroat trout hybrids. Apart from fishing and boating, popular activities at Henrys Lake State Park include bird watching, hiking, mountain biking, wildlife viewing, and stargazing. This high mountain lake is just 15 miles from Yellowstone National Park and the perfect place to visit when you camp in an RV near Island Park, Idaho.
If you decide you want more than a day to explore the park, you can camp at the Henrys Lake Campground on-site. With only 44 sites, the campground is small but well-appointed. Choose between a site with electricity only, full hookups, or water and electricity. Most sites are outfitted with a picnic table, fire pit, and grill. For your convenience, there is a comfort station with hot showers in the middle of the campground loop.
A beautiful place to visit when you book an RV in Fremont County is Harriman State Park. A haven for water lovers, the park has 31 lakes, two beaches, and miles of streams. If you prefer to stay on dry land, there are over 200 miles of hiking trails, two camping areas, scenic roads, and vistas within the park. Harriman State Park also has a gift shop, picnic pavilions, a museum, playing fields, and other amenities that make it the perfect place for all outdoor enthusiasts.
Mesa Falls is a popular natural attraction in nearby Ashton, Idaho. Water flows over what's left of an ancient volcanic eruption, making up the ten-story upper falls. A mile downstream, Lower Mesa Falls continues to chisel away at solidified ash and lava. The Mesa Falls is one of the few — if not the only — prominent waterfalls on the Snake River that have not been altered by humans, so be sure to check out these majestic falls when you book a campervan rental near Henrys Lake State Park.
Yellowstone National Park is just 15 miles to the east when you camp at Henrys Lake Campground. The oldest national park in the United States, Yellowstone is home unique hydrothermal wonders. From fascinating geysers to colorful thermophilic communities, Yellowstone engages all the senses. Delight in a strenuous hike or wait patiently for Old Faithful to erupt. Explore thermal basins or watch local wildlife go about their business. A delightful experience for people of all ages, Yellowstone National Park should be on everyone’s bucket list.
Perhaps you’re working on a photo album featuring you posing in front of every state sign in the nation. If this is the case, you’re in luck since the “Welcome to Montana” sign is just 30 minutes' drive away in West Yellowstone, Montana. There’s nothing necessarily impressive about the sign. But it is a cool place to check out if you’re in the area and want to tell people you’ve been to Montana if only to snap a picture in front of the sign.
History comes alive at “The Three Tetons” historical marker in Rexburg. The Three Tetons are giant peaks that were a well-known landmark to early fur hunters and mountain men. As early as 1819, French-speaking trappers were referring to these large mountain peaks as the trois tetons. The marker at Rexburg provides one of the best views of the mountains from the west, the side by which they were seen by the men who named them.
But if you’re looking for something a bit more kid-friendly, then Porter Park is just the place. This large park in nearby Madison County is sure to be a hit among little ones. The park’s crowning jewel is the Idaho Centennial Carousel, which is one of 170 antique carousels in existence in the entire country. A wooden merry-go-round, this antique piece plays authentic carousel music from an organ run on paper rolls. Other kid-friendly attractions include a splash park and a playground. The older crowd might gravitate toward the tennis courts, walking paths, basketball courts, baseball fields, and picnic shelters.
When you park your rental motorhome at Henrys Lake Campground, you’ll find yourself surrounded by some of the most scenic and pristine nature in the region. As such, spending time outdoors is the main attraction here. However, if you’re willing to travel just a bit, you’ll find that the surrounding area has amenities and attractions that rival the best in the nation. No matter how you choose to spend your time, your next adventure awaits when you stay at this campground near Yellowstone National Park.