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Some people may not consider Idaho the perfect getaway; however, there's a hidden gem in St. Charles that's a water lover’s absolute paradise. Packed fun of fun outdoor activities, Bear Lake State Park is only minutes from Montpelier and a variety of shopping and restaurants. Be sure to book an RV in Bear Lake County and spend some time camping at Bear Lake State Park.
The park is situated close to the Utah and Wyoming border, making it easy to visit three states within a weekend of motorhome camping. Salt Lake City is only 133 miles away, or about two and a half hours south of Bear Lake State Park whereas Jackson, Wyoming is about 134 miles away, about two …
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This park is located in the southwest portion of the uniquely-shaped state of Iowa. The small locality of Bruneau is the nearest town to the park, as well as the park's namesake. The nearest larger city is Boise, the state's capital found around 60 miles to the northwest. The park's claim to fame is that it contains the tallest single-structure sand dune in all of North America.
The park is comprised of several sand dunes and small lakes, and the Snake River runs through it as well. Typical activities enjoyed here include hiking, horseback riding, picnicking and water sports on the lakes and river. The sand dunes provide opportunities to enjoy their own unique activities.
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In the deep south of Idaho is Castle Rocks State Park, a wonderful place to visit when you book an RV in Cassia County. This park is home to a rich natural history that is easily traceable back over 2.5 million years, and this natural landscape provides a backdrop for most activities in the park. Castle Rocks State Park draws rock climbers from all over the world, and its seemingly endless rock formations and small mountains are enough to keep anyone busy for weeks on end.
Camping with an RV near Castle Rocks State Park is one of the easiest ways to experience as much as possible. While staying at this state park you’ll be only a handful of …
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The City of Rocks National Reserve, which was officially established in 1988, is not only an Idaho geological wonder but also an important part of the country’s history. The City of Rocks was a popular stopping spot for pioneers and settlers traveling along the California Trail between 1843 and 1882. Because so many caravans sheltered among these rocks, a temporary tent city was established here, allowing people to replenish their supplies and trade for goods.
The steady flow of caravans carved out deep grooves into the bedrock that are still visible today. Many travelers also signed their names in axle grease on rocks along the trail, essentially indicating that “I was here.” These historically-significant examples of graffiti are still visible …
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This Idaho forest was originally established as a forest reserve in 1906 by President Roosevelt and was reclassified as Coeur d'Alene National Forest in 1907. Coeur d'Alene National Forest sat, largely undeveloped and ignored by the majority of the country, in part due to a lack of easy transport. After World War II ended, and vehicles became more common, the park slowly saw an increase in recreational activity.
In the early 70s, the National Forest Service conceded it was overwhelmed and petitioned to consolidate a few national forest parks into one park in an effort to streamline administrative paperwork and budget oversight. The request was approved, and Coeur d'Alene National Forest, Kaniksu National Forest, and Saint Joe National Forest were …
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Craters of the Moon National Monument can be found near the small community of Carey, Idaho, in the south-central portion of the state. This area is very rural, with the nearest larger town being Twin Falls, which is over 60 miles to the southwest. The nearest larger city is also the state's capital, Boise, at almost 150 miles to the west. The park also sits a little more than 100 miles north of the borders the state shares with both Nevada and Utah.
This part of the state is characterized by hills covered in dry, rugged scrubland. The landscape that gives the park its name was created by lava flows millions of years ago. These help to add …
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Make your way to the state of Idaho for a motorhome camping trip this summer. Dworshak State Park is ready to welcome you with loads of outdoor fun. Located along the western shore of the scenic Dworshak Reservoir just north of Orofino, ID, Dworshak State Park covers close to 850 acres of land covered in trees and meadows. Apt for a range of adventure activities, camping at Dworshak State Park is ideal for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts keen on immersing themselves in the outdoors.
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Farragut State Park, 20 miles north of Coeur d’ Alene and 50 miles east of Spokane, has a fascinating background that other state parks within the United States can‘t claim. It was once the second-largest Navy training center in the world during World War II, and even housed German prisoners of war. Nearly 300,000 sailors trained here before shipping off to the war, and it was the largest city in Idaho between 1942 and 1946. Construction of the facility was rapid and started right after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The 4,000-acre state park is on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille in northern Idaho, where you will find several RV rentals in Kootenai County.
The training center, …
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Hells Gate State Park sits on a river bottom that was exposed after the great ice age floods. The result of this is a beautiful park, filled with recreational opportunities, drawing people from Idaho and beyond. The park was also the site of New Perce Village; however, there is little of this left to see now.
The park is located in Lewiston, Idaho, along the states Banana Belt. This and it's higher elevation means that the state park has a long warm period in the summer months, drawing people to search for an RV in Nez Perce County. As well as visiting the park, for those that make use of the campgrounds, there are also nearby towns to explore, …
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Henrys Lake State Park is located near the very small community of Island Park, Idaho, which is in the far northeast corner of the state. The park is situated less than 10 miles from the state border with neighboring Montana. A very small portion of that large state separates Idaho from Wyoming in this area, making the lake also only around 20 miles from the western border of Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. The nearest larger town is West Yellowstone, MT, while the nearest larger city is Idaho Falls, ID, at almost 100 miles to the south.
This is a very scenic and rugged part of the country. Henrys Lake State Park is nestled in a lower-elevation amongst …
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When you plan a motorhome camping trip in Idaho, consider a visit to Heyburn State Park, Idaho's very first state park. Located in the city of Plummer, it’s also the oldest state park in the Pacific Northwest. Covering a massive 8000-acres, the state park is not very far from the cities of Post Falls and Saint Maries. Book an RV in Benewah County and set off on an adventure to explore these cities, after your camping trip to the park. Heyburn State Park is home to three scenic lakes, Benewah, Chatcolet and Hidden Lakes, along with a part of St. Joe River winding through parts of the park as well.
A tribe of Native Americans was the first …
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The Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge is located near Bonners Ferry, ID, which is situated in the far, northern portion of Idaho's panhandle. This is one of the larger towns in the local area. Another larger town found nearby is Libby, MT, which is located around 60 miles to the southeast. The nearest larger city is Spokane, WA, at over 100 miles to the southwest.
This is a very rural part of Idaho, where forested mountainsides tower around you. You are only about 30 miles from the international border with Canada in this part of the state. This region is an outdoor lover's paradise, no matter what time of the year you visit. When you come to this …
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Lake Cascade State Park is located in central Idaho, between the towns and cities of Boise, McCall, and Cambridge. The state park covers five hundred acres of land surrounding Lake Cascade, an impoundment of the Payette River. Lake Cascade State Park’s location brings in hundreds of visitors seeking an escape from city and town life, immersing themselves in the quiet countryside and lakeside recreation it offers. From the excellent water-based recreation to the vast wildlife to be seen, Lake Cascade State Park is the ideal place to bring an RV rental. Accessing the park with a rental RV is simple; Highway 55 runs along the eastern side of the lake and park.
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Lake Walcott State Park is near Twin Falls, ID, and three hours away from Boise. This scenic state park borders the Minidoka National Wildlife Refuge. Therefore, Lake Walcott State Park is very attractive to wildlife watchers and outdoor enthusiasts. Surrounded by high desert and farmland, this state park looks like an oasis near a large body of water. Hot summers and mild winters keep this place open all year round.
Lake Walcott is the main feature of Lake Walcott State Park. The lake attracts anglers, waterskiers, and windsurfers who are searching for their next adventure. But the fun doesn’t end there. Considering the unique location of this state park, and its topography, it shouldn’t be surprising to discover …
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In the southeastern section of Idaho, between Pocatello and Twin Falls, is Massacre Rocks State Park. This park is just south of the Craters of the Moon Monument & Preserve, and both are pleasant places to visit when you book an RV in Power County. Massacre Rocks State Park is located along the Snake River and is named in tribute to an emigrant wagon train traveling along the Oregon Trail that was ambushed by Native Americans at the site.
Two large boulders are on either side of the former Oregon Trail, and travelers at the time feared an attack because of the pinch the boulders made in the trail. Alternative names for the boulders that were popular with …