Twin Creek Campground Group Camping Site

Gibbonsville, Idaho

Overview

Twin Creek Group Camping Site is part of the larger Twin Creek Campground. This beautiful campsite is located 15 miles north of North Fork, Idaho, and is situated along Twin Creek at an elevation of 5,100 feet.

Recreation

The recreational opportunities are abundant in this corner of the Salmon-Challis National Forest. There are fishing opportunities in the North Fork of the Salmon River and in Twin Creek. For the hikers, there are numerous trails in the area but trails #6108 and #6109 are located just behind the campground (pick up a visitor map or contact the North Fork District Office for more information). During certain parts of the year berry picking can be excellent around the campground.

Facilities

Twin Creek Campground Group Camping Site has numerous amenities including a large parking area (for multiple vehicles and or trailers), a double vault toilet, drinking water, four picnic tables (two of which are extra-long), a large fire ring, multiple barbeque pedestals, a large barbeque pit, a historic pavilion with a picnic table and benches, and two horseshoe pits. Electricity and water/sewer hookups are not available at this site/campground.

Natural Features

Twin Creek Campground Group Camping Site is located in the Twin Creek drainage near its confluence with the North Fork of the Salmon River. Large pine trees and brush surround the campsite offering plenty of shade and privacy.

Nearby Attractions

While you are in the area be sure to check out the beautiful Salmon River, located 15 south of the campsite. Also, brush up on some history and imagine you are Lewis and Clark as you travel along Highway 93, which contains portions of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail.

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