Due to a wildfire, there are no amenities at the campground.
Currently there are no developed campfire rings therefore when Stage 1 fire restrictions area in effect, no fires are permitted.
A stay at Ninemeyer Campground enables guests to enjoy all the beauty and recreation offered along the (Middle Fork Boise River Road) Forest Service (FS) Road 268.
Weather is usually good from mid-May through late September and is easily accessible by car in good weather, although the road is sometimes rough and the drive can be seemingly long. Checking with the Idaho City Ranger District (208-392-6681) on road conditions before heading out is recommended.
The campground is situated along the river and wildlife watchers may want to look for deer and elk. Waterfowl, eagles and osprey are attracted to the river.
There are several trails in the area. Check the Idaho City Ranger District Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) for trails that are open to hikers, equestrians, mountain bikers and off-road vehicles.
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The Middle Fork Boise River offers excellent rainbow & cutthroat trout fishing and good swimming holes. Big game hunting is a popular activity in season.
At a Glance
||June - October
||No reservations are necessary. It is a first come, first serve campground.
||This is not a fee campground.
||8 sites / No fees.
||Not for Drinking
||Facilities: Unfortunately, due to wildfires in the area, there are no amenities in the campground.
From Boise, Idaho, travel State Highway 21 north to the turnoff of the Arrowrock Reservoir.
Proceed east along Forest Service (FS) Road 268 (Middle Fork Boise River Road) approximately 38 miles.
You will travel past the Arrowrock Dam and several other campgrounds before arriving at Neinmeyer Campground.
FS Road 268 is very narrow and may be rough. Use caution when driving to your site.