Please note: Currently our campground has power only, no water service. Campsites are first come, first serve until March 16th. Restrooms are available on the east side of the building on the right as you enter the park, with restrooms and showers available in our day use area. Restrooms are also available at the Oregon Trail History and Education Center during normal business hours.
Visitor Center Hours:
Tuesday-Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm
- All campsites are reservable. Cabins require a reservation. Campsites do not at this time.
- Campsite Check-In time is 2 p.m. and Check-Out time is 1 p.m. These times are being strictly enforced. If you arrive before 2 p.m., you can wait in overflow parking and visit the rest of the park.
- Cabins are available year-round by reservation only.
- **Note: if you are sick, have a fever, cough, or have knowingly been exposed to COVID-19, please do not enter the center.
About the Park
Modern travelers will find a stay at Three Island Crossing much more hospitable than did the 19th century Oregon Trail pioneers who crossed the mighty Snake River at this location. Located just two miles off Interstate 84 at the Glenns Ferry exit, the park offers campground with water and electrical service, eight cabins, picnic areas, historical interpretive programs and a fascinating admission-free interpretive center.
Take a self-guided tour of the park and see the original wagon ruts and Conestoga replicas. Visit the Oregon Trail History and Education Center to learn more about pioneers, early settlers and Native American history. Dangle your feet or a line in the Snake River where emigrants made their historic crossings. Or sit under a tree and enjoy a picnic lunch.
Address: 1083 S.Three Island Park Dr.
Glenns Ferry, ID 83623
Phone: (208) 366-2394
Hours of Operation: Oregon Trail History Center: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday. Closed Sunday, Monday and holidays. Call ahead to verify hours.