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GPS: 47.2676, -116.0887
|Last Price Paid:||$18|
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Herecomethecarpenters would stay here again
“Great campground on the St. Joe River”
Reviewed Oct 08, 2018
This is the second time we have stayed at this campground. For 18 dollars a night you get large spaces, water and electric hookups (dump on site $5.00). This campground is exceptionally clean. The river sites all have a path down to the St. Joe River. Fly fishing is big here. No bait allowed and barbless hooks. Catch and release of certain kinds of fish. The town of Avery is close by and has a few interesting things to see. The home made hamburgers at the store are delish. We did some forest road exploring and hiking. Stop in at the ranger station in Avery and they have a ton of free info. We stayed here in October so after school was back in session and before major hunting season began. No reservations taken but no trouble getting in. The town of St. Maries is about 30 miles away. There was no cell service whatsoever even in Avery. No OTA television stations. Be ready to be unplugged from the outside world. The only negative I can speak of was the logging trucks on the road noise early in the morning. But all the good things about this campground outweigh that for us. I posted some photos. This campground shuts down during the snowy season.
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- 30 Amp
- dry camping
- Partial Hookups
- dump station
- water available
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Saint Maries, ID