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Idaho is always open to adventure seekers, outdoor enthusiasts and those just looking to get out and play. Discover Idaho\'s scenic beauty, western history and diverse culture.

Idaho\'s landscape is filled with high mountain peaks, alpine lakes, lush forests and desert sand dunes. There\'s plenty to see and lots to do in Idaho. Cast a line. Hike a trail. Raft a river. You\'ll get away from it all yet still feel at home.

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Wagonhammer RV Park and Campground invites you to northeastern Idaho near the Montana state line. Located in Northfork, Idaho on the banks of the Salmon River, Wagonhammer RV Park and Campground is adjacent to Highway 93 and in the heart of the Central Idaho Rocky Mountains. If you're seeking a campground that can offer all the modern conveniences as well as lots of outdoors to explore, then Wagonhammer RV Park and Campground is your ideal location. The wild, rugged scenery will enchant your eyes and capture your heart as you relax or play in the acres of land. Bring the RV or tent and start enjoying the great outdoors at Wagonhammer RV Park and Campground! Wagonhammer RV Park and Campground could not be in a more perfect spot for enjoying the outdoor recreation the area has to offer. With the Salmon River running through camp, fishing for trout and non-sport fish is available year-round. In the Spring and Fall, steelhead make their run. Just imagine waking up to a beautiful morning and walking down to one of the major fishing rivers in the country. There are also several trout streams within minutes from the campground, including the Big Hole River, which is known for its blue river trout. Enjoying nature is made easy with the numerous hiking trails available throughout the area. Take a picnic lunch and walk the 300 yards to the trails of Wagonhammer Springs Canyon, or explore the trail Lewis & Clark traveled beginning at the mouth of Thompson Gulch. As you hike, keep your eyes open for the native wildlife, inclduing big horn sheep, mountain goats, elk, deer, and moose. There are also many species of birds and waterfowl such as Clark's nutcracker and the Red Monkeyflower. If you are more into riding rather than walking, there are many trails ideal for mountain biking. Wagonhammer Springs Canyon provides a well-established trail, while one trail is just two miles from the campground and leads bikers to the River of No Return. For rock hounders and pebble puppies, the area is brimming with petrified wood, opal, and agate, all within an 80 mile radius. If you want to stick closer to home, then the campground offers Montana Sapphire gravel for panning. Guests of Wagonhammer RV Park and Campground can also enjoy white water canoeing and rafting; bring your own boats or rent them from a local outfitter. Wagonhammer RV Park and Campground is conveniently located to several national parks and recreation areas that can be easily reached from the campground. These include Salmon National Forest, Sawtooth National Recreation Area, Challis National Forest and Craters of the Moon National Monument. These are great places to view wildlife, fish, hike, swim and picnic. When you choose to stay at Wagonhammer RV Park and Campground, you choose the best variety in outdoor recreation, as well as a complete campground that provides all the modern conveniences you want.

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