Area Status: Closed
Edna Campground is located 56 miles northeast of Boise, Idaho, in a scenic Ponderosa pine forest along State Highway 21 at an elevation of 5,700 feet. This beautiful campground is a close get away from Boise, Idaho and a great place to go hiking, fishing, wildlife watching and relaxing under the stars.
Wildlife and summer wildflowers are abundant. Historic Idaho City is just 11 miles south. Crooked River runs near the site, offering whitefish and rainbow trout fishing.
Highway 21, also known as the Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway, snakes along Mores Creek to Mores Creek Summit, Gold Fork, and Banner Ridge with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and forest. Numerous trail opportunities are in the area, offering hiking, biking, horseback riding, and ATVing. In winter, the area becomes a playground for backcountry skiers and snowmobilers.
At a Glance
||Pioneer Fire Closure Area.
Scheduled to open in May.
||Make your reservations HERE at www.recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777.
||This is a fee campground. Fee envelopes and a collection box are provided near the entrance.
||9 sites / $15.00 overnight.
||Idaho City, Idaho
||Facilities: The campground contains 9 sites that can accommodate up to 6 people each. There are picnic tables, a BBQ grill, and fire ring with benches. The site is in an open area with some shade. There are vault toilets and garbage services.
From Idaho City, Idaho, travel State Highway 21 north for about 18 miles to the campground.
You will drive past Mores Creek Summit. The entrance to the campground is on the east side of the road.
The Upper Crooked River Trailhead includes visitor information. It serves Crooked River (#158) and Beaver Creek (#276) trails. Located not far from Edna Creek and Whoop Um Up Equestrian Campgrounds.
All trailheads have space for parking.
The Whoop-Um-Up Trailhead includes a restroom and information kiosk. Fees are charged by the State in the winter, however the Forest Service operates it for free in summer. Located near Whoop Um Up Equestrian Campground and Edna Creek Campground.