Hiking, Fishing, Tubing, Horseback Riding
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Located adjacent to the campground, Warm River is a slow moving shallow river well loved for its floating and play areas. It is also know for its fishing.
North on Highway 47 (3 miles) you can stop at the Bear Gulch Parking Area, from there you can take a short trail down to an abandoned railroad bed now utilized for hikers, ATV's, bicyclists and horse back riders. There are access/exit points along the way. The trail goes to the Montana border. Farther north on Highway 47 is Upper and Lower Mesa Falls (~6 miles). Lower Mesa Falls may be viewed from a distance, but Upper Mesa Falls has boardwalks and viewing platforms to give you a spectacular view of the Upper Falls. The Mesa Falls Lodge serves as a information center and gift shop and is jointly managed by the Forest Service and the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation.
If you continue north on Highway 47 it will rejoin Highway 20 just north of Harriman State Park. Harriman State Park offers hiking/biking trails, a horseback riding concession and guided tours of the historic ranch buildings.
Warm River Campground is an extremely popular, well-used campground. Early reservations are recommended and can be made up to 180 days in advance for single sites and 360 days for the group site. Warm River Campground is under concessionaire management with a campground manager and host couple staying on site.
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13 Single Sites, 2 Double Sites, 1 Group Site and 13 Tent Sites
The Group Area was reconstructed in 2002 with a new pavilion, new tables, a group eating area and electricity. The Group Site will accomodate a maximum of 100 people. There is Hiking, Biking, Horseback Riding, Tubing, and Fishing areas available.
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