Grave Creek Campground, Idaho
It is really lovely here at this primitive campground, and after you arrive at this primitive campground you will realize it was well worth the effort getting here. This is a primitive camp ground which needless to say means that there are a small number of facilities. At this primitive campground you may get a more delightful wilderness experience than you would get at a more civilized campground. Grave Creek Campground is positioned in an area with scores of enjoyable stuff to do, and to be here is always fun.
If you like the outdoors, you won’t be dissatisfied; there's whitewater paddling, and hiking, so getting bored is not something that is likely to happen.
to get out and breathe some fresh air, and Grave Creek Campground in Idaho is the outdoors at its best.|
This segment of Idaho is always a joy to explore all through camping season.
A category II, 12-mile-from-beginning-to-end
| ||whitewater part can be found on close by Blackfoot River, the Cutthroat Trout Campground to Trail Creek Bridge section. The Cutthroat Trout Campground to Trail Creek Bridge section of Blackfoot River is appropriate for whitewater boaters who haven't been whitewater rafting or kayaking for so long. Don't go whitewater rafting or kayaking ahead of first checking restrictions; it's risky business. There are plenty of people from Idaho Falls here at Grave Creek Campground. Hit the slopes at Pebble Creek close by, and there's great hiking along the Portneuf Presto Trail. This campground is so good. Throughout the summertime highs here at Grave Creek Campground get into the 80's, and through || ||
summer nights temperatures are in the 50's. The wintertime brings highs down to the 20's while Grave Creek Campground night low temperatures throughout the wintertime are in the 0's.
Other campgrounds near Grave Creek Campground, Idaho:
Cutthroat Creek, Bancroft, 0 miles away
Sage Hen Flats, Bancroft, 2 miles away
Graves Creek, Bancroft, 4 miles away
Morgans Bridge, Bancroft, 5 miles away
Trail Creek Bridge, Idaho Falls, 6 miles away
Twentyfour Mile Reservoir Access, Bancroft, 7 miles away
Hopkins Landing Access, Bancroft, 10 miles away
Poison Creek Access, Bancroft, 10 miles away
Chesterfield Reservoir Access, Bancroft, 10 miles away
Wolverine Canyon, Idaho Falls, 14 miles away
Paddling Rivers Near Grave Creek Campground, Idaho:
Blackfoot River, Bingham County, 0 miles away
Class II - 12 miles long (Cutthroat Trout Campground to Trail Creek Bridge)
Blackfoot River, Bongham County, 6 miles away
Class IV - 8 miles long (Trail Creek Bridge to Cedar Creek Close to Aldridge)
Blackfoot River, Caribou/ Bingham County, 9 miles away
Class III - 10 miles long (Blackfoot Dam to Cutthroat Creek Campground)
Portneuf River, Bannock/ Caribou County, 24 miles away
Class I-V - 6.1 miles long (Lava Hot Springs to PVC diversion)
Bear River, Caribou/ Bear Lake County, 25 miles away
Class III-V - 6 miles long (Grace Dam Bridge to Grace Power Plant)
Trails near Grave Creek Campground, Idaho:
Portneuf Presto Trail, Bingham County, 16 miles away
Current weather conditions at Grave Creek Campground, Idaho
Local climate location: IDAHO FALLS 16 miles away
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