Porcupine Springs Campground is a developed campground composed of 12 individual units and 3 group units. One group area can accommodate up to 100 people and 1 group area can accommodate up to 50 people. This is a fee campground and reservations are required for group camping only. Fee envelopes and a collection box are provided near the campground entrance. This area is suitable for trailer and tent camping and it is accessible for a season that varies usually between June and September. Campground amenities include water faucets, toilets, and an accessible Stock Transfer Station. Little Fork Trailhead (#163) is located at the campground and is an easy multi-use trail that accesses an extensive trail system. There is an additional trailhead at the end of Forest Road 504. Loop A is composed of 4 single and 2 double sites and one 2 unit toilet. Loop B is composed of 3 single sites, 3 double sites, one 2 unit toilet, and a horseman area. Loop C is composed of 3 single and 3 double sites and one 2 unit toilet. Loop D is composed of 18 new family units with faucets, and two 2 unit accessible toilets. The parking lot can accommodate up to 8 RVs.
At a Glance
This is a fee campground. Fee envelopes and a collection box are provided near the entrance.
Double Units $14/night; Single Units $10/night; Group Reservation $75/night
31 miles south of Hansen, ID or 26 miles west of Oakley, ID
This campground is part of NRRS. Reserve group reservations of Loops A, B & C by calling NRRS at 1-877-444-6777 or visit the website at www.recreation.gov.
From Twin Falls, go east 8 miles on ID 50 and US 30, then south 30 miles on Rock Creek Road (County Road G3/Forest Road #515)
The Porcupine Springs Campground provides access to the Third Fork complex of trails which is a favorite with motorbikes and mountain bikers, but also receives some use by hikers and horseback riders. There are approximately 50 miles of trails of varying complexity and degree of difficulty.
Camping & Cabins
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