The next time you’re looking to camp, be sure to do it with a campground in Idaho.
“Idaho has a number of great camping sites that you can visit with ease,” a spokesperson for the Idaho Parks and Recreation Department said.
In 2016, the department opened 20 camping sites and the land area in the state is currently 4.5 million acres.
The county is home to the nation’s largest state park, but the parks provide a number of campgrounds that are accessible to everyone.
There are many options to choose from, including: Camping in the garden, at a picnic table, in a car, and at the back of the house.
While it is not a full-service park, some sites offer the option of camping in the back of a vehicle.
When you arrive at a site, you will be given the basic camping information for your camping location.
For those that have a problem finding the right campground, they can call a ranger.
But there are also many camping options for those who are prepared.
Here are a few and we hope you will find something you like.