The beauty of nature is immortalized in a riverside campground situated in the north central part of magical Idaho. The adventure begins when you enter this scenic wonderland, where it’s easy to pitch a tent and sleep out under the stars or park your motorhome and get hooked-up to electricity (30/50 amp), sewer, and water.
The kids will be buzzing with the prospect of spending the summer in an untamed landscape with a bounty of places to explore. Sweeping views offer a mountainous backdrop in a tree-scaped, park-like setting
Wi-Fi is available for those who want to stay connected to the Internet and RVers will be impressed with the level, concrete/gravel pads while tenters are blessed with an open grassy field close to a river
The camp is open all year for folks wanting a more intimate camping experience, as there are around 22 sites with easy pull-thru and back-in access. The trump card is the mighty Clearwater River where keen anglers can test their fishing skills with a plentiful supply of steelhead and bass. Keep your eyes peeled for eagles and local wildlife
You might prefer to spend a few nights or longer in one of the park's tastefully furnished rooms with a bathroom, or check in to a Hawaiian-style cabin in the woods. The accommodations at this peaceful park offer a variety of camping choices in a peaceful, country ambiance.
Restrooms, showers, and laundry are clean and well-maintained with a seasonal food wagon for camper convenience. Pets are welcome and it might pay to keep them on-leash as there is wildlife in the area. It’s also courteous to pick up their waste and keep the park pristine. Your furry-pal will enjoy a supervised swim in the river and walks around the beautiful grounds taking in new sights and smells
Long Camp RV Park is around two miles from the historic town of Kamiah, where The First Indian Presbyterian Church constructed in the 1800s is a monument to elegant Victorian architecture. The great outdoors beckons with the infamous Lewis and Clark Hiking Trail while Long Camp is an entry to the Heart of the Monster National Park, a legendary area comprising of 53 acres with sacred Indian grounds and trails where your dog can accompany you on-leash.