Trail Break RV Park and Campground "off-furs" guests and their pups a quaint camping experience in Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
Trail Break is located in Idaho's scenic countryside, providing guests with a feeling of seclusion and comfort. This campground invites pups with open paws, as long as campers follow the few simple rules of the grounds. These include cleaning up after your pooch in a timely manner and keeping them on a leash at all times. Guests are also expected to never leave their companions alone or unsupervised, including when inside of your own camping unit.
Both tent and RV sites are available for campers. RV sites vary from back-in sites that accommodate vehicles up to 30 feet in length and pull-through sites for bigger rigs and RVs. Most sites are shaded and spaced out from one another. Campfires are permitted, but only at the communal areas, not on individual sites. Tent sites are available starting at $15 for one tent and two people. Each additional tent with two people is $10, with a cost of $2 for any more guests who stay without their own tent.
Bask in the copious amenities offered to you and your pup while camping at Trail Break. Bathhouses with showers and flush toilets can be found within the grounds. There's also laundry facilities, so feel free to pack light -- just remember your detergent! Gathering locations such as the gazebo are "paw-fect" for roasting marshmallows while sharing your experiences with other guests and their four-legged companions.
For ways to spend your day, take a long walk through the campground and visit with other guests at the gazebo. If you're interested in venturing off the grounds, take a short five-minute drive to the Old Oregon Trail, where you'll find Three Island Crossing. Feel free to explore the trail with your pup, and be on the lookout for wildlife and vegetation unique to Idaho. You’re asked to keep your pup on-leash. Mountain biking and other outdoor recreational activities are located within driving distance.
Camping at Trail Break RV Park & Campground gives campers and their pups the "op-paw-tunity" to escape the busyness of city life, in exchange for peaceful serenity in the beautiful outdoors of Idaho.