Avid kayakers, river rafters and anglers all make their way to Idaho at one time or another. That's because wild rivers are the lifeblood of this northwestern state. Much of Idaho is known for its vast expanses of protected wilderness and recreational areas, making it the perfect place for those who long to get away from city life and truly explore an untamed land.
If you have a hankering to explore this beautiful landscape, then turn to the trusted name of KOA. You can use our comfortable and convenient campgrounds as a starting point for your Idaho adventure. Each of our locations provide reliable amenities and clean surroundings that everyone in your family will enjoy.
Many visitors to Idaho prefer more traditional camping, but at KOA, we provide a variety of camping experiences for every type of camper. From clean cabins to some more unusual lodging, you'll find camping options you love at one of our campgrounds, giving you your ideal vacation:
Aside from putting you in the thick of Idaho's beauty and wonder, there are many reasons campers choose KOA. We provide an affordable camping experience while still maintaining exceptional customer service, clean sites and tons of amenities you're sure to enjoy. Amenities available at KOA campgrounds in Idaho include:
Plus, for those traveling with families, many campgrounds offer a variety of activities. Toss some horseshoes or hit the court for a round of basketball. Cool off in a swimming pool or enjoy a leisurely game of mini golf. Be sure to check ahead to see what features and activities specific KOA campgrounds offer.
Idaho is best known for its scenic wonders. Wild rivers wind their way through the landscape, including the Snake, the Selway, the Payette and the Salmon. Whether you're looking to reel in a trophy fish or hoping to experience some river rafting, there's an experience waiting for you. No matter where you go, rivers, foothills, alpine lakes and wildflower meadows serve as a picturesque backdrop for your explorations.
The state also displays some distinct landmarks. Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve near Arco showcases incredible features left behind by ancient volcanoes. You can even visit one of the state's many hot springs, which volcanic activity still fuels today. Wherever you may choose to go, there's a KOA nearby.
Learn how the Gem State got its name when you visit one of the nine KOA locations in Idaho. We strive to make your trip as enjoyable and stress-free as possible, and it all starts with our easy reservation process. Call us today or book online
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