Idaho has one of the most expansive camping scenes in the country.
With over 1,400 acres of land and more than 20,000 miles of trails, the state is a popular spot for hikers and weekenders.
But camping in Idaho is pretty much all about the outdoors, so we took a look at the best camping experiences in the state.1.
The Great Falls Campground, Great Falls, IdahoCamping in Idaho can be tough to find, so there are plenty of options when it comes to finding the perfect spot.
Luckily, there are a few places you can go camping in Great Falls.
There’s the historic Great Falls Creek Campground at the foot of the Idaho River, which is one of Idaho’s best camping spots, but there are also a number of campsites within the city limits.
For those of you looking for a more urban setting, the campground has a few options, including a small park at the intersection of Main and Main Streets, and a couple of smaller ones in the town of Great Falls that offer campgrounds.
There are also several other camping options, ranging from a campground at Great Falls Lake to the nearby Big Springs Campground.2.
The Big Springs Lodge and Lodge at the Top of the World, Big Springs, IdahoThis beautiful lodge at the top of the world has been a favorite campground for hikers since the 1930s.
It has a beautiful and quiet setting, and is located in the beautiful Big Springs National Park.
There is also a variety of campgrounds within the park, which are located in areas like the old town of Big Springs and the Lake Big Springs Visitor Center.
The lodge also offers a small campground that offers primitive camping.3.
Big Springs Park, Big Spring, IdahoThe Big Springs campground is located just north of the park in the small town of Little Springs.
This campground offers plenty of great camping options for those of us who like to go camping.
The campground sits in a small area of land on a hill overlooking the park.
There aren’t any camping amenities to speak of, but the campsite itself is located on the side of a bluff, so it is not as windy as some of the other camping spots in the park (like the Big Springs Lakeside Campground).4.
Big Spring Lake Campground and Lake Big Spring Lodge, Little Springs, MontanaLocated at the end of a long and narrow river valley, the campsites on the lake are very nice, with a lot of shade.
The lake campground does have a small picnic area, but it is located off the main road, so you will need to make a detour to get there.5.
The Lake BigSpring Campground & Lodge, Lake Bigspring, MontanaThe campsites at the lake campgrounds are located about a mile from the river, and are perfect for people who like a quiet and secluded setting.
There isn’t a lot to see on the main trail, so if you are looking for solitude, this is the camp that suits you best.6.
Big Creek Campgrounds & Lodge in Little Springs (near the Little Springs Visitation Center), Little Springs Lake, IdahoThere are a number campgrounds located along the Big Creek in Little Spring, including the one at the base of the mountain.
The campsites are located on top of a hill, which makes them perfect for those who like their camping experience to be in the woods.7.
Lake BigSprings Campground in Little Falls, Lake Little Springs , MontanaThis campground located in Little Lake, about 10 miles south of downtown Boise, is the perfect place for those looking to relax at the water.
The lakeside campsite is a bit of a surprise.
It offers a primitive campground, with one large camping area, as well as a picnic area.
The nearby town of Lake Little Spring is also nearby, so that makes this a great place to spend a weekend.8.
The Black Hole Campground (near a parking lot at the Great Falls Waterfront), Great Falls Falls, IDCamping at this campground in the middle of the Great Fall Lake is definitely a great way to relax.
You will find lots of camping opportunities on the water, and there are even a few campsites just on the edge of the lake.
The waterside campsites offer a picnic tent and plenty of shade, but you can also make it a full campground with a few amenities that you will definitely enjoy.9.
The Campground At The Top of The World (near The Big Falls Campsite), Great Fall, IdahoIn the winter months, there is a lot more sun than you would find in a typical winter camping location.
This means that the camps at this site can get pretty crowded, especially if you’re just looking for the warmest temperatures possible.
But for those with the right gear, this camping spot is one that is a great spot to relax on the beach.
The site has a nice overlook