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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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In the heart of the wooded Kamiah Valley, the Kamiah/Clearwater KOA welcomes those exploring the West to camp among Idaho’s natural beauty. When staying at this beautiful RV campground, you’ll be able to choose from a wide array of site options for your RV rental. You can reserve a 30 or 50 amp electrical service site with full hookups or a 30 amp electrical service site outfitted with water. You also have the option of pull-through or back-in sites for your convenience.
When you aren’t too busy exploring the captivating Kamiah Valley and the surrounding Bitterroot Mountains, you can end your day on the banks of the on-site fishing pond or relaxing by the pool. Or instead, you can stream your favorite movie thanks to the RV park-wide Wi-Fi.
After you’ve played pioneer in the mountains, you’ll be able to keep yourself in shape to explore thanks to the on-site restroom and shower facilities. You can also keep your outdoor gear in good shape thanks to the campground's laundry facilities. No matter what the West throws at you, you’ll be prepared when you camp in a travel trailer at Kamiah/Clearwater KOA.
Just down the road from the RV park are the Nez Perce - Clearwater National Forests in Grangeville, Idaho. Covering roughly four million acres of Idahoan wilderness, these captivating and breathtaking national forests beckon visitors to enjoy the truly unique environment of the Gem State. You can venture out into the wilderness by hitting the backpacking trails or instead just enjoy the forests for a day with the shorter day hike trails. The Nez Perce - Clearwater National Forests are also a popular spot for tubing and rafting. With picturesque rivers cutting through the mountains ranges, you may never want to leave the water.
Predominantly on the other side of the Idaho-Oregon state border is the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest near Enterprise, Oregon. Covering land from Idaho’s Snake River to the dramatic Blue and Wallowa Mountain ranges, there are outdoor recreational opportunities available for all adventurers. You can enjoy a scenic, relatively easy hike around the lakes or challenge yourself by reaching one of the many summits, such as Sacajawea Peak. Or instead, you can set up along one of the mountain streams and cast your line in the crystal-clear waters and see what you can catch. Many of the waterways teem with a variety of trout species, but if you’re lucky, you just might reel in a sturgeon.
Heading south of the campground toward central Idaho is the Payette National Forest in McCall, Idaho. For those visiting the Mountain States during the winter, Payette National Forest is a must-do. While visiting the forest, you can enjoy snowshoeing on roughly 500 miles of the various hiking trails. Or instead, you can challenge yourself a little more by enjoying the more than 25 trails maintained for cross-country skiing. If you have a need for speed, however, you can head out on the almost 250 miles of snowmobiling trails and explore this winter wonderland in a new way.
The Nez Perce are a proud tribe native to northern Idaho. Those who want to learn more about their history and culture can spend some time at the Nez Perce National Historical Park - Heart of the Monster. Here is the site of their creation story where a monster was eating all of the animals. After a coyote was able to kill the beast, the Nez Perce people were created from the drops of the monster’s blood. At Heart of the Monster, you can learn more about the story as well as the Nez Perce history and culture.
Another spot for history buffs is in nearby Grangeville at the Bicentennial Historical Museum. Here, you can learn more about the Nez Perce history and culture, learn about the early pioneers to the area and early mining history, and learn about how Idaho has continued to grow.
If you want something a little more unique when you book an RV in Kamiah, you can spend some time at Saint Gertrude’s Monastery. You can learn about the history of the monastery and Christianity in the region, attend summer festivals, and even attend art classes taught by some of the Sisters.
While RV camping at Kamiah/Clearwater KOA, you will need to restock and refuel your RV rental. Luckily enough, there are a few gas station and grocery store options both north and south of the KOA where you will be able to find what you need.
After a day of exploring, you may want to come home to something sweet. Huckleberries are fairly unique to the region. Almost like a slightly more tart blueberry, huckleberries are great for cobblers, pies, and muffins – sure to be a sweet treat for the end of the day.