Elephant’s Perch, Near Stanley
Photo Credit: Idaho Tourism
Cities include: Couer d’Alene, Sandpoint, and Wallace
North Central Idaho
Cities include: Moscow, Lewiston, and Riggins
Cities include: Boise, McCall, and Mountain Home
Cities include: Sun Valley, Stanley, and Salmon
South Central Idaho
Cities include: Twin Falls, Hagerman, and Burley
Cities include: Idaho Falls, Rexburg, and Island Park
Cities include: Pocatello, Lava Hot Springs, and Montpelier
Welcome to Idaho! Nestled against the western side of the Continental Divide of the Rocky Mountains, Idaho remains a vast and diverse state. Explore our stunning mountain peaks, deep river gorges, thundering whitewater rapids, pristine lakes, and more designated wilderness areas than anywhere else in the Lower 48. Recreation is king here: 18 ski resorts providing both winter and summer fun; outstanding trails traversing the state for hiking, biking, horseback riding and backpacking; rivers tumbling through timbered canyons for exhilarating jetboating and rafting. A camping vacation in Idaho truly is an adventure!
Statewide Travel Information
Idaho has 7 adventure-filled travel regions offering great camping, fun things to do and friendly helpful people. Click on a region to find maps, videos, and a helpful link to the regional tourism site.
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Request a copy of RV IDAHO – Idaho’s official RV Park and Campground Directory — which includes information on all private and public RV parks and campgrounds, public dump station locations, and a helpful reference map. Keep a copy of this helpful, easy-to-use campground guide at your fingertips for quick reference while traveling in Idaho.