sawtooth mountain range Stanley, Idaho

Our favorite camping spots in our Idahome.


NO. 1

Stanley Lake

One of the most stunning sights Idaho has to offer, Stanley Lake is located at the foot of the Sawtooth Mountains. Stanley Lake Campground now has 39 campsites for tents and RVs with incredible views and endless outdoor activities.

stanley lake sawtooth mountain range idaho

NO. 2

Ponderosa State Park

A locals’ favorite located on Payette Lake in mid Idaho. This park offers cabin and tent camping. An outdoor lovers dream as there’s every type of recreation you can dream of. Make sure to check out the little mountain town of McCall while you’re there.

 payette lake near mccall idaho

NO. 3

Farragut State Park

Located in the Couer d’Alene Mountains of northern Idaho, Farragut is complete with beautiful scenery, history, and outdoor recreation. Once a World War II naval training station, now offering individual sites, group camps, & camping cabins. On Friday & Saturday mornings @presson_coffee , a mobile coffee camper, will be in the park ready to fuel your adventure. And if you’re looking for a little extra fun, check out Silverwood Theme Park nearby.

 farragut state park near couer d'alene idaho

NO. 4

Redfish Lake

Located in the breathtaking Sawtooth National Forest, Redfish Lake is a sight to see. Tent and RV spots are both available. Point, Glacier View, and Outlet campgrounds all require reservations, while Heyburn and Sockeye campgrounds are first come first serve. Glamping more your style?? Check out Redfish Lake Lodge.

 adorable puppy dog near redfish lake idaho

NO. 5

Priest Lake, ID

Up in the panhandle of Idaho, Priest Lake is exceptionally clear and surrounded by dense forests. There are over 150 sites to camp, including cabins, yurts, cottages and tent sites. Be sure to reserve online in advance.

 dense forest near priest lake idaho

NO. 6

Balanced Rock State Park

Looking for a change of scenery? In a canyon that was carved by the wind, sits this 48 foot monolith giving the park it’s name. Located just a short drive outside of Twin Falls, come for the views, hiking, and tent only camping.

cool rock balanced on top of another rock

If you loved what you learned and are thirstin' for more, check out our Instagram guides for additional photos and even links to schedule your trip to one (or all) of these sweet camp spots. Thanks for reading and see you guys out there!


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