Cascade, Idaho is home to the Boundary Creek Campground and its 15 campsites. The campground sits at an elevation of more than 6,000 feet in the Salmon-Challis National Forest. The Boundary Creek Campground accommodates both tent and RV and trailer camping for just $10 a day. The campground rests among a forest of lodgepole pine trees providing shade and privacy for campers, and several bodies of water, including the Salmon River, are nearby. Tent and RVs are welcome to camp out at Boundary Creek, and there are five reservable sites as well as ten spots for first-come-first-serve campers.
Each campsite at Boundary Creek has a campfire ring and a picnic table, and there's drinking water available as well. Your dog can come along for your camping adventure, just be sure to keep them on a leash and always clean up after them. There are no hookups at this campground, but many of the sites are accessible.
Adjacent to the campground runs the Middle Fork of the Salmon River, a 104-mile river that was one of the first eight rivers to be designated as Wild and Scenic in the country. Campers can use the river for fishing, floating, and boating, and there's a transfer camp near the campground if you require long-term parking. If you plan on floating, a permit is required to do so during any month of the year. You'll also find all sorts of trails to trek near the campground, including a path that leads you to the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness for more exploration. There are excellent spots for picnicking and wildlife viewing near the campground too, so you're sure to be busy during your stay!
Boundary Creek Campground is a pack-it-in pack-it-out facility, so be sure to bring plenty of garbage bags.