Road Sign
North Fork Boise River
Facilities

Troutdale Campground

Boise, ID
Teddy R.
Teddy R.

Overview: A stay at Troutdale Campground enables guests to enjoy all the beauty and recreation offered around the Middle Fork Boise River. Weather is usually good from mid-May through late September and is easily accessible by car in good weather, although the road is sometimes rough and the drive can be seemingly long. Checking with the Idaho City Ranger District (208-392-6681) on road conditions before heading out is recommended. Natural Features: The campground is situated along the river and wildlife watchers may want to look for deer and elk. Waterfowl, eagles and osprey are attracted to the river. Recreation: Trail #130 begins nearby, leading to Bald Mountain. Check the Idaho City Ranger District Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) for trails in the area that are open to hikers, equestrians, mountain bikers and off-road vehicles. Click here for an Idaho OHV safety message. The Middle Fork Boise River offers excellent trout fishing and good swimming holes. Big game hunting is a popular activity in season. In winter, you may need 4 wheel drive to make it through snow plowed berm. Snow will accumulate and can is not removed. Sites are still open otherwise.

Mountains
Forest
River / Stream

Amenities (Offered on site)

Toilet Available
Tents Allowed
Picnic Table

Site Exclusive Activities (Offered on site)

Wildlife Watching
Swimming
Hunting
Hiking
OHV Trails
Fishing

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This is not an actual reservation other campers are open to stay at this location.