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Overview of Blackfoot-Clearwater WMA Dispersed Camping

Open to motorized traffic on designated roads and all other non-motorized traffic from May 15 - Nov. 10. Dispersed camping is allowed within 50 yards of established roads. The primary function of the Blackfoot Clearwater WMA is to provide elk and deer winter range. Camping is permitted for a max of 16 days. Grizzly bears occupy the Blackfoot Clearwater so food storage orders must be followed. Permits are also required for use by groups of more than 15 people, for any commercial activity, and for restricted trapping opportunities.

Accessibility is not guaranteed, always scout ahead before driving down dirt roads. Learn more: Boondocking101.

Number of Sites 10

Pad Type dirt

Open Seasonally May 15 - Nov 10

Elevation 3,838 ft / 1,169 m

Max Stay 16

Tent Camping Yes

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Reviews of Blackfoot-Clearwater WMA Dispersed Camping 3 people have reviewed this location.

Ratings Summary

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Verizon 5G
Confirmed by 2 Users
Last reported 7/30/2023
5 reviews
“Quiet Spot Right Off Main Gravel Road”

Reviewed 7/30/2023

Nightly rate: FREE!
RV Length: 27' (Travel Trailer)
Overall Rating

We just stayed here for an overnight. Quiet, clean, level, easy access. It would have been a great place to explore if we had taken the time!

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Verizon 5G

CheckURHead would stay here again

This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com

6 reviews
“Quite And Peaceful ”

Reviewed 7/24/2023

Nightly rate: FREE!
Overall Rating

We went away from the water and found a spot with no one around. Great for a peaceful nights sleep

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Roamelevated would stay here again

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118 reviews
“Free boondocking ”

Reviewed 12/19/2022

Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 1
Overall Rating

It's been a while since we were here. We camped across the river at Harpers Lake and noticed people camping here. There's some nice sites along the river and you don't have the highway noise. Please put out your fires though!

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KampKnupp would stay here again

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Amenities

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  • dry camping
  • Dispersed Camping
Recreation
  • recreation trail
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  • pets
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