The Sawtooth National Recreation Area is an outdoor oasis in Idaho with hundreds of miles of trails, 40 mountain peaks, and all sorts of opportunities for hiking, camping, fishing, boating, and much more. The Point Campground in Stanley, Idaho is the pawfect place to camp with your family and your dog while you enjoy all the area has to offer. Pets can join their families for their camping adventure as long as they're on a leash. There are 17 campsites to choose from, and the campground is regularly voted one of the best in America! Campsites are suitable for tents, trucks with campers, and vans, but no RVs are permitted.
About half of the campsites at Point Campground are tent-only and walk-to (no parking spaces), while the others accommodate campers and vans as well. Most sites have water views, and the roads and parking spurs around the campground are paved. There's drinking water on-site as well as a dump station nearby, but no hookups are available.
There are paw-lenty of activities to keep you and your furry companions busy during your visit to Point Campground! Redfish Lake is nearby, and it's used for boating, kayaking, canoeing, and fishing for trout and salmon. The Little Redfish Lake is a quick walk from the campsite, and campers can also fish and canoe there. There's a public day-use area and swimming beach adjacent to the campground, and the Sandy Beach Boat Ramp is on the other side of the lake. Campers can hike and bike on one of several trails near the campground, but be sure to pick up a permit first. Permits are available for no charge at all trailheads in the Sawtooth NRA.
A spot at Point Campground costs just $16.67 each night, and your fee includes parking for one vehicle. If you bring a second vehicle, you'll be subject to an extra charge. It gets very cool at night at this pawesome campground, so be sure to pack plenty of warm clothes!