Bull Trout Lake Campground & Group sites - reserve
Bull Trout campground lies adjacent to the 100-acre Bull Trout Lake and 6-acre Martin Lake which offer great fishing from shore or non-motorized boat. The campground offers group sites for that special reunion or company retreat and equestrian sites for the horseback riding enthusiast. Use is high during the summer months and the campsites are usually full on weekends and holidays. The road into the campground is usually not clear of snow until the middle of June, please check with the Lowman Ranger District for current road conditions.
The campground is situated in a mixed-growth forest of Douglas fir and lodgepole pine, which offers partial shade. Summer wildflowers are abundant.
Bull Trout Lake offers excellent canoeing and kayaking opportunities, as the lake is for non-motorized watercraft only. Anglers fish for brook and rainbow trout. A primitive boat ramp is located on the west side of the lake.
Martin Lake is nearby, offering canoeing and fishing. The lake is stocked with rainbow trout.
Many miles of trails can be found in the area, including the 11-mile Warm Spring Trail for hikers. The 35-mile Kirkham Ridge Trail is open to hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and dirt biking.
At a Glance
July - September
Make your reservations HERE at www.recreation.gov or by calling; 1-877-444-6777
This is a fee campground.
38 sites / single site: $15.00 per night; double site $30.00 per night; $5.00 day use; $100 groups sites (1-100 people) and sites with horse accommodations also available.
Not for Drinking
Facilities: This campground contains group, equestrian and single and double campsites, many of which are accessible. The group sites can accommodate up to 50 people each. Equestrian sites each contain a corral and large parking spur. Some sites are on the waterfront and have direct lake access, others have lake views.
Vault toilets, drinking water and trash collection are provided. Roads and parking spurs within the campground are dirt. A campground host is on-site.
From Boise, Idaho, take State Street to Highway 55 north. At Banks, take Highway 17/Banks-Lowman Highway to Lowman. Take Highway 21 east to milepost 107. Turn left on Forest Road 520. Proceed on dirt road 2 miles to the campground.