The Bumblebee Campground is a public campground located by the Bumblebee Creek and the Little North Fork Coeur D’Alene River in Wallace, Idaho. The 24-site campground offers tent and RV camping. It is easily accessible by paved roads that lead to it, can accommodate RVs up to 52 feet and it also has two pull-through sites. The campground’s location makes it an ideal destination for fishing, swimming, hiking, and hunting. There are beautiful trails of varying difficulties within 15 miles of the campground waiting to be discovered and explored.
The Bumblebee Campground sits among a thick forest in the 726,819-acre national forest, so finding shade here is usually not a problem. The campground is divided into two areas or loops, each with its own vault toilet and water pump. All the sites are level and gravel. However, since the campground’s layout is open and grassy, most of the sites don't get much privacy. You'll find a fire ring and a picnic table at each campsite, so please use caution and make sure to put out the fire completely once finished.
The dog-friendly campground has all the basics that you might need for a successful camping trip -- water, restrooms, and plenty of firewood. Most importantly, it provides a relaxing location for a weekend away with your family and four-legged companions with plenty of attractions nearby. Please make sure to keep your canine buddy leashed during your stay and pack plenty of dog waste bags. Use the appropriate trash receptacles and stay alert on trails as wildlife, such as beavers and bears, can often be encountered in the area.
Although the campground is peaceful during most of the week, it can get loud on the weekends. Please keep that in mind since sites are quite close to each other and do not have much separation or greenery in between. Single-family sites start at $21 per night.