Boundary Creek Campground is located within the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness, adjacent to the boat launch for the Middle Fork of the Salmon River in Idaho. It has been recently updated, with 15 units containing new fire rings, picnic tables, and resurfaced parking spurs. There is a comfort station and drinking water available at four hydrants throughout the campground. Generally, the site provides overnight camping for boaters awaiting the next days launch on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River. Five units are now reservable through Recreation.gov.
At a Glance
Units 9 through 13 are reservable at Recreation.gov. Reservations taken May 1st through September 15th; early reservations please call the District to ensure the road is open (208-879-4101)
$5/Night for single unit
5/22/2013 - 10/15/2013
Vault Toilet (2)
Fifteen camp units serve mostly as the pre-launch overnight stay for boaters preparing for the Middle Fork of the Salmon River. Each campsite is equipped with picnic table and firering with tent sites among the lodgepole pine trees. The campground amenities include piped drinking water and vault toilets. There is no garbage service.
Boundary Creek is accessed by dirt road from Idaho State Highway 21, and is often closed by snowdrifts until late May or early June. The turn-off to Boundary Creek is located 23 miles west of Stanley or 107 miles east of Boise between mileposts 109 and 110. This road is commonly referred to as the Bear Valley Road. The road is rough and narrow; your vehicle and/or trailer should be prepared for 25 miles (approx. 40 minutes) of single-lane dirt road.