Forest Service / BLM
Number of Sites: 33
About: The site is suitable for all types of camping vehicles and tents. The 33 camp units each have a paved trailer pad, electric and water hookups, picnic table, fire ring and gravel tent pad. The river is a trout fishing stream popular with fly fishers. Rafting, canoeing and tubing are popular in the summer. The St. Joe country is also famous for elk hunting.
Directions: Approximately 30 miles east of St. Maries, Idaho: take Highway 3 north from St. Maries for less than 1 mile, then right on St. Joe River Road to mile 29.5.
Overflow parking lots
RV dump-station (Memorial Day - October)
7 fresh water stations
Fee collection stations at each entrance (fees collected at this site are used at this site)
Recycling program utilized
Horseshoe pits near each entrance
7 convenient pull-through sites
Paved roadway and single family site parking
Trees and shrubs providing separation
between individual sites and highway
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Moon Montana, Wyoming Idaho Camping: Including Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and Glacier National Parks