Pete Ott, Bitterroot Range, Idaho
This campground is one of the magnificent places to camp here in the Bitterroot Range. The friendly people working here and the glorious large amount of fun activities will make you feel great.
It's impossible to get bored in Idaho if you love the outdoors.
There's loads of outdoors recreation available around here such as swimming, whitewater paddling, and fishing, so you won’t run out of things to do. The great choice of local attractions, and such a great variety of outdoors recreation are great incentives to come.
It's been too much time since you went outside, and Pete Ott is a great local campground if you happen to be in Idaho. It's impossible to run out of
amusing things to do near Pete Ott; when you get to enjoy this place for a while you will feel like another person.|
There's a good category III-IV run of whitewater nearby on Kelly Creek, the 10-mile-long Clayton Creek to Kelly
| ||Forks Campground sector. If by chance you boast a bit of whitewater rafting or kayaking experience, this run of Kelly Creek could be a great run for your ability. Don't go whitewater rafting or kayaking ahead of first checking restrictions; it's risky business. Take a side spree to Pete Ott Creek, and Black Canyon is a good spot to go to. There's no way anybody can get bored here in the Bitterroot Range. Clearwater National Forest is worth stopping at if you're at Pete Ott, and you can observe Elizabeth Mountain from Pete Ott. This campground is so tremendous. Don't leave Pete Ott without stopping by St. Joe National Forest, and if you get bored of Pete Ott you could also visit nearby Heather Lake. || ||
Interesting geology is available here; Elizabeths Finger is next to Pete Ott. Pete Ott gets a common amount of rainfall.
Other campgrounds near Pete Ott, Bitterroot Range, Idaho:
Junction Creek, Saint Regis, 1 miles away
Kelly Forks, Saint Regis, 2 miles away
Flat Creek, Saint Regis, 4 miles away
Hidden Creek Campground, Clearwater County, 6 miles away
Mush Campground, Clearwater County, 9 miles away
Noe Creek, Pierce, 9 miles away
Kelly Creek, Superior, 11 miles away
Fourth of July Trailhead, Pierce, 11 miles away
Ruby Creek Campground, Clearwater County, 11 miles away
Cayuse Landing Camp, Superior, 12 miles away
Paddling Rivers Near Pete Ott, Bitterroot Range, Idaho:
Kelly Creek, Clearwater County, 9 miles away
Class III-IV - 10 miles long (Clayton Creek to Kelly Forks Campground)
Clearwater River - North Fork, Clearwater County, 11 miles away
Class III-V - 28.4 miles long (Headwaters to Kelly Creek)
Weitas Creek, Clearwater County, 14 miles away
Class II(IV) - 18 miles long (Upper Weitas Pack Bridge to National Forest Clearwater)
St. Joe River, Shoshone County, 15 miles away
Class III-IV - 16 miles long (Heller Creek to Spruce Tree)
St. Joe River, Shoshone County, 17 miles away
Class III - 10 miles long (Spruce Tree Campground to Gold Creek)
Public Lands near Pete Ott, Bitterroot Range, Idaho:
Clearwater National Forest, Idaho, 15 miles away
St. Joe National Forest, Idaho, 31 miles away
Lakes Near Pete Ott, Bitterroot Range, Idaho:
Heather Lake, Shoshone County, 10 miles away
Current weather conditions at Pete Ott, Bitterroot Range, Idaho
Local climate location: HAUGAN 22 miles away
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