A camping unit is the combined equipment and people capacity that a site or facility will accommodate.
Maximum capacity limits on each campsite are subject to each site’s design and size. Unless otherwise specified, and provided the combined equipment and people fit within the designated camping area of the site selected, the maximum capacity will be one (1) family unit or a party of no more than eight (8) persons, two (2) tents and two (2) motor vehicles. No more than one (1) RV may occupy a site. Two (2) motorcycles are the equivalent of one (1) motor vehicle when determining campsite capacity. Each motorcycle will be subject to the MVEF.
Each campsite is allowed one extra vehicle, per campsite at a cost of $7 (the standard motor vehicle entry fee). Boats, trailers and other motorized vehicles must fit entirely within the camping parking spur. If it doesn’t fit, it must be parked outside the campground area in a location designated by the park manager or a second campsite must be purchased.
Camping is not permitted on beaches, parking lots or day-use facilities.
ATVs and motorbikes must stay on established roadways or in parking lots. If used in the park they must pay the $7 motor vehicle entry fee or display an MVEF sticker or Idaho State Parks Passport.
Pets are welcome in most Idaho State Parks, but some parks prohibit them in some cabins, yurts and they are prohibited from beaches. Pets must be kept on a leash no longer than 6-feet or confined to a camper. Do not leave pets unattended in a closed vehicle.
Wildlife and vegetation are protected in all Idaho State Parks.
Swimming is authorized in plainly marked areas. There are no lifeguards on duty and glass containers are not allowed on beaches or swim areas.
Visitors are welcome. If a visitor brings their vehicle into the park, they must pay the $7 motor vehicle entry fee and they are subject to day use hours.
Length of stay is limited to 15 days in any 30-day period.