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Camping off Idaho's beaten path

BOISE • There are lots of reasons to take the road less traveled and find some of Idaho’s most remote campgrounds.

After the washboardy mountain roads, you’ll end up in a less-crowded campground. Heck, you may be the only ones there.

The adventurous camper can find solitude in developed campgrounds if he or she is willing to rough it on the road there, not at just the campsite. You will be a long way from pavement and the RV crowd.

Plan for a long day on back roads eating dust to find these out-of-the-way campgrounds. Full story. Pete Zimosky, Idaho Statesmen 

Included in the writer's list: Tin Cup, North Fork of the Boise River and Big Creek. Do you enjoy roughing it in the great outdoors?

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Cindy Hval
Cindy Hval is a freelance columnist for the Voices neighborhood sections. Her Front Porch column appears twice a month in the Thursday Voice.




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