The Evans Creek Campground has several campsites along Anderson Ranch Reservoir.
There are 18 campgrounds along the Reservoir and this area is the gateway to the Trinity Recreation Area.
The reservoir is a popular destination for fishing, boating, waterskiing and riding personal watercraft.
The reservoir is stocked with smallmouth bass and kokanee. Also, you might try your luck at flyfishing for trout just below the Dam.
The communities of Pine and Feathereville are only a few miles away with restaurants, groceries and fuel.
At a Glance
||Day Use only.
||6-1-2015: Day Use only. Two creeks run adjacent or through the campground. Concern remains for a mud flow event spilling into the campground due to the limited capacity of the bridge to move debris in a flash flood event, and a small diameter culvert below a recent private land timber harvest which may increase soil instability
||There are no reservations necessary. The campground is first come, first serve.
||This is not a fee campground.
||10 sites / No fees.
||Mountain Home, Idaho
||Not for Drinking
||Facilities: There are campfire rings, picnic tables and a vault toilet.
From Mountain Home, Idaho, travel approximately 21 miles north along State Highway 20 to the turnoff of the Forest Service (FS) road 134.
Travel north along FS road 134 approximately 6 miles toward the Anderson Ranch Dam.
When you reach the Dam, turn right onto the FS road 120 and continue northeast approximately 7 miles to the Evans Creek Campground.
There is also another route if preferred. This route has more paved road and is less narrow.
From Mountain Home, Idaho, travel along State Highway 20 for 32 miles to the Forest Highway 61. Travel along Highway 61 to Pine, Idaho.
From the intersection at Pine, turn south on FS road 128 and proceed until you arrive at the junction of FS road 113.
Continue a few miles west to the FS road 120 junction. Then turn south at the junction and travel 3 miles along FS road 120 to Evans Creek Campground.