I am more than ready for warm sunny summer to head on back. I miss camping and am eager to experience some new places in Idaho for my summer adventures. Even though camping season seems far away, if you want some prime spots for many places, it is time to start making reservations now!
There are few things better in life than a gorgeous, fun, relaxing and successful camping trip in Idaho. With ample mountains, lakes, rivers, trees, streams, fish, hot springs, and clear skies with starry nights, Idaho is the place to be. There are 35 million acres of public land and hundreds of private campgrounds and backcountry campsites to choose from. The Idaho Forest Service is asking campers to do their homework before going out in the forest to make sure that they are actually allowed to camp there.
We may be ramping right into winter and Holiday mode in the Treasure Valley and Gem State but this is a reminder not to totally set aside camping season in your mind. While yes, that seems silly unless you are carefully planning to surprise your kids, sibling, parents, friend or sweetheart with camping gear or survival gadgets. Reserving those sought after and prime camping sites for next year is a whole other part to think about.