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Bannack State Park rests within an old Montana ghost town from 1862. The area was named after the Bannock Indians and once served as the capital of the Montana Territory before it was moved to Virginia City. Guests to the park can still see buildings remaining from this time period which has been restored.
The park is located in the southern part of the state and is situated near the border of Idaho. Bannack State Park is located near a few major cities and towns, such as Bozeman and Jackson. The park is also next to a few beautiful outdoor destinations, such as Grasshopper Creek and Beaverhead River.
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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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Elkhart Park in Pinedale, Wyoming is one of the most beautiful places in the state. Located four and a half hours west of Casper, under two hours south of Jackson, and two hours from Rock Springs, Elkhart Park is in the middle of nowhere, and that’s the way visitors like it. Seclusion and natural beauty is the name of the game.
When you take your motorhome rental to Elkhart Park, your jaw will drop at the scenery. Take one look at the mammoth mountain ranges, sprawling skies, peaceful lakes and ponds, and you’ll feel like you’re in a storybook. Since Elkhart Park is part of the Wind River Mountain Range, you’ll have access to everything that sparks …
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Grand Teton National Park is located in northwestern Wyoming in Teton County, a stone’s throw away from Kelly and 30 minutes away from Teton Village. Grand Teton is named after the tallest mountain of the Teton Range and characterized by majestic natural scenery and wildlife. Grand Teton is one of the most visited national parks in the United States and a great location to have a family vacation, celebrate your honeymoon or anniversary, or challenge your inner adventurer on one of the park’s strenuous hiking trails.
The park spreads across 310,000 acres, encompassing the Teton Range as well as a northern part of the valley called Jackson Hole. Visitors will appreciate the breathtaking view of mountains, forests, and …
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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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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 …
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Originally established as Salmon River Forest Reserve in 1906, this Idaho park was reclassified as Salmon National Forest in 1908. The change granted it some additional protection from overzealous mining and logging companies. It wasn’t until the 1970s or 1980s when people realized the vast potential for recreational opportunities. Only then did National Forest Service begin to seriously work at blazing trails and creating buildings and structures that would help grow the tourism industry.
In 1996, overwhelmed National Forest Service combined Salmon National Forest with Challis National Forest and a portion of the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness in an effort to streamline administrative work and budget, and thus the Salmon-Challis National Forest was born.
The closest large …
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Originally comprised of several individual state parks and state forests, these Idaho parks were combined to form Targhee National Forest in 1891. The name, Targhee, comes from a prominent Native American chief, Tyhee, who was killed in a battle between the Nez Perce and U.S. Army in 1877. For several years, the main use of Targhee National Forest was grazing sheep. Targhee National Forest was later combined with Caribou National Forest, in part to minimize administrative oversight, ultimately forming over 2.6 million acres.
The closest large town is Rexburg, which is about 60 miles to the south. Rexburg is nicknamed the “reddest place on the earth” thanks to its residents’ strong conservative belief. Indeed, politicians consider the town the …
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As the country’s first national park, Yellowstone needs no introduction. Covering 3,400 square miles in the northwestern corner of Wyoming, but also encompassing territory in Montana and Idaho, this world-renowned park offers some of the most breathtaking natural scenery anywhere in the USA.
Regardless of whether you want to hike through remote backcountry, paddle a canoe through pristine waters, or just do some sightseeing, you’re well catered for throughout this extensive park. Best of all, if you’re planning on camping with an RV at Yellowstone National Park, there are 12 campgrounds to choose from.