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We can help! Many campsite reservations are cancelled daily. Just tell us when you’d like to camp at Caribou Targhee National Forest, and how long you want to camp for. We’ll text you when a suitable spot opens up!Tell us when, where, and how long you want to camp for. We’ll notify you (via SMS) when a suitable spot opens up at that campground—so you can nab that sold-out campsite reservation!Recreation.gov is your gateway to explore America’s outdoor and cultural destinations in your zip code and across the country. We provide tools and tips to discover new adventures through a one-stop shop for inspiration and ideation, trip planning, information sharing, and reservations. Find incredible places and experiences that help you bring home a story through Recreation.gov!From Dubois, Idaho: Travel north on I-15 to the Stoddard Creek Exit (Exit 184). Go west on Stoddard Creek Road (FR 002) for approximately 1 mile to the Stoddard Creek Campground Road (FR 003), then turn left into the campground.
Stoddard Creek Campground is located just 1 mile off I-15 and 17 miles north of the town of Dubois, Idaho. Visitors come to the area to enjoy the abundance of trails, wildlife viewing opportunities and scenic beauty.
The campground is situated in a Douglas fir and aspen forest. Stoddard Creek runs just below the site. The campground is approximately 11 miles south of the Idaho-Montana border via Monida Pass on the Continental Divide.The campground contains one accessible group site that can accommodate up to 50 people. Picnic tables and campfire circles are provided, as are vault toilets, drinking water and trash collection. A campground host is on-site. PLEASE NOTE: The Group Site (currently designated 008) will be relocated to the NEW group area beginning the 2019 season. ALL reservations made for the OLD group site (008) will be transferred to the NEW group area.Fishing, hiking, mountain biking, motorcycling and ATV riding are popular activities in the area. The Continental Divide National Scenic Trail can be accessed 8 miles away, where it crosses I-15. This campground was an amazing find after 10+ hours of driving. Sometimes adding another hour or more navigating back roads to find camping is just not in the cards. The campground only had one other visitor when we visited so it was very quiet, and it is also tucked away in the trees so there is… Get everything you need to enjoy your outdoor adventures from bags and packs to air beds and sleeping bags, insect repellant, cooler bags, and 2-burner stoves.
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Beverly Beach State Park is in forest-sheltered area right on the Oregon coast and is a very popular campground featuring a beautiful trail to and along miles of sandy beach.Jay Cooke State Park offers one of the best places for bikers, backpackers, horseback riders and skiers to hook up with the Willard Munger State Trail.Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park includes 4,650 acres of beautiful forest and open land. The 40-acre old-growth redwood grove is a 5 minute drive or a short hike from the campground.You’ll find some big sand dunes at Warren Dunes, including formations that rise 240 feet above the lake offering fantastic views, the best known is Tower Hill. Over the past 30 days there have been 80 reservation cancellations at Stoddard Creek. Here are the most recent. Our Pro members can Setup Notification Alerts when there are cancellations. Stoddard Creek Campground is located in the Douglas-fir and aspen trees. The campground is above Stoddard Creek. Hiking, fishing, mountain biking and ATVs are popular activities. Restrooms, garbage containers and water are provided. It has 18 single units, 2 double units with 1 group site. Reservable for group site only.\n \n \n Monday:\n Closed\n \n \n \n Tuesday:\n Closed\n \n \n \n Wednesday:\n Closed\n \n \n \n Thursday:\n Closed\n \n \n \n Friday:\n Closed\n \n \n \n Saturday:\n Closed\n \n \n \n Sunday:\n Closed\n \n
We came to the area to visit the Spencer Opal Mine. This campground is about 4 miles away and tucked up into the woods. Sites were fairly level and set up with nice fire rings, tables and grill stands. Occasional freeway noise but nothing too distracting. Lower loop spots are close to ATV roads-potentially more noisy and dusty if stayi… more
We stopped by Stoddard Creek around 7:30 on a Thursday in hopes there might be cancellations. The site is beautiful and wild despite being just a mile or two off 90. The host was very welcoming and shared he had a few cancellations! He took us to site 4 which had an incredible view of hillside across the way and told us about the elk t… more
We were greeted on arrival by Todd who suggest we grab a pull-thru site. He is extremely kind and willing to help answer questions. Toilet was VERY CLEAN and odor free. Would absolutely stay here again.
This campground was extremely well kept up with level pads, clean pit toilets and clean campsites. It was quiet and peaceful. The care taker said weekends are a bit more busy, so if staying then, choose a campsite farther up the hill because of the ATVs going up the road. We only saw a few and they were going slow enough to not kick up… more
Other notes: Many sites are First Come and some sites aren’t even on the (correct) campground map. And because there are no ‘electric’ sites and water is from a spigot, Todd stated the campground is rarely full. However, there are plans in motion to add a 3rd bank of 22 sites, even further from the access road, that will have electric and likely change the makeup of those camping here. The website mentions one shouldn’t plan on having water available, but I suspect that’s only in case the large solar array powering the pump house sees many consecutive days of cloud cover. We found great water pressure from the spigots. And finally, approaching on I-15 from the south you will see endless miles of flat ground and might feel the website pic is just a ‘glamor shot’. Things change dramatically in the last few I-15 miles before the Exit 184 turn-off and you’ll find yourself surrounded by dense forest here.
About cell service: Todd says Verizon service is excellent and he relies on it exclusively. We found my wife’s current generation 13 iPhone had good unboosted 4 bars of LTE. My earlier gen 10X was 2 bars LTE even when boosted and unable to offer data service.
Only about one mile off the interstate, this is a hidden gem. Sites were first come first serve on a Sunday evening, and there were several to choose from when we arrived. Sites were level, easy to pull into the spot and relax with minimal effort. Everything was very clean and tidy. The campground is tucked against a mountainside, across from our site was a beautiful meadow with free range cattle roaming about. The perfect peaceful spot to stop for a night, or for an extended stay. Will be back for sure.