Stoddard Creek Campground is a public, 22-site campground located in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest in Dubois, Idaho. The campground offers tent and RV camping for those with vehicles up to 36 feet. There is also an ADA accessible group campground that can accommodate up to 50 people. The campground is pet-friendly, so four-legged family members can join in on the outdoor fun, from fishing, wildlife viewing and hiking to mountain biking and ATV riding.
Stoddard Creek Campground can be reached by a level dirt road, one mile off highway I-15. It sits in a beautiful, forested valley near several, easily accessible hiking trails. There are 18 single-family sites, two double sites, and one group site. All of the sites operate on a first-come-first-served basis. Most of the sites are half turns and provide plenty of space for patrons to enjoy. Each site comes with a picnic table, a grill, and a campfire ring. Most of the sites are also equipped with tent pads and have plenty of shade from the aspen and Douglas-fir trees growing throughout the campground. Pit toilets and trash collection are available on site, too, and help keep the campground clean and well-maintained.
There are also two very helpful hosts on-site that make sure everyone is having a good time and is well cared for. Although the campground offers RV sites, there are no water, sewer, or electricity hookups available. Single sites start at $10 per night, double sites at $20, and the group site costs $75 per night. There is no wifi available, but the cell signal for most providers is said to be decent.
Although pets are welcome at the campground, they need to be leashed and under supervision at all times. Please pack plenty of doggie waste bags and clean up after your furry friend during your trip, both at the camp’s grounds and on the hiking trails.