Table Rock Campground

Area Status: Closed
Table Rock Campground

Table Rock Campground is located in a small but scenic canyon near Kelly Canyon Ski Resort, approximately 30 miles from Idaho Falls, Idaho. Hiking, mountain biking and ATV riding are popular activities.

Natural Features: The campground is situated in a quiet draw covered by an open grassy meadow dotted with summer wildflowers. Aspens and towering pines border the site, offering partial shade.

Recreation: Hawley Gulch Trail begins at the campground, offering great opportunities for ATV enthusiasts, hikers and mountain bikers. Numerous forest roads and trails in the area allow ATV travel, hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking.

Facilities: Table Rock is a large group campground that can accommodate up to 200 people. Accessible vault toilets are provided, but there is no electricity. Picnic tables, campfire circles and grills are scattered throughout the site. The road and oversized parking spur are gravel.

At a Glance

Reservations: This site can be reserved by calling Toll Free 1-877-444-6777 (International 518-885-3639 or TDD 877-833-6777) or on-line at Reservations must be made 4 days ahead of arrival and can be made up to 12 months in advance.
Area Amenities: Boat ramp, Tent camping, Camping trailer, Picnic tables, Toilets, Parking
Fees: For current fees, please go to
Open Season: May
Usage: Medium-Heavy
Closest Towns: Ririe, ID
Restroom: Accessible Vault Toilet
Operated By: Concessionaire
Information Center: 25 people are included in the nightly rate; $1/person/day will be collected for anyone over that number A fee will be collected for extra vehicles at the campground ATVs/OHVs can only be used to enter and exit the campground No potable water is available. Visitors must bring their own drinking water.

General Information


GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
43.63083, -111.58972
43°37'51"N, 111°35'23"W

From Idaho Falls, Idaho, take Highway 26 east for 20 miles. Turn onto Heise Road and travel past Kelly Canyon Ski Resort. Take Forest Road 218 for 1 mile to junction with Forest Road 217. At the Y intersection, bear slight right and travel 1.25 miles to the campground.


 Accessible vault toilets

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information


Mountain Biking

Miles of trails are available for Mountain Bike riding.  Please visit our Maps and Publications page for a more detailed map.

Campground Camping

No. of Sites 1 Group Site Only
Reservation Info
Fire Information Yes
Reservation required?: Y

Group Camping

No. of Sites 1
Reservation Info
Fire Information yes
No. of Accessible sites 200

River and Stream Fishing

The majestic South Fork of the Snake River flows for 66 miles across southeastern Idaho, through high mountain valleys, rugged canyons, and broad flood plains.  The South Fork is known as a premier blue ribbon trout fishery; two sub-species of ancient trout have called this area home about 10,000 years, including the Yellowstone and the Snake River Fine Spot. Other fish species here include rainbow trout, brown trout and whitefish. More than 300,000 visitors each year enjoy fishing, camping, hiking, and boating. Fullmer Boat Ramp and Byington Boat Ramp are just minutes away from the campground.

Permit: Boats that are registered in Idaho or another state, and any non-motorized vessel (canoe, kayak, raft, drift boat, etc.) will be required to purchase and display IISF stickers in order to legally launch and operate in Idaho. Inflatable, non-motorized vessels must be less than 10 feet in length to be exempted from this requirement.
Difficulty Level: Easy to Intermediate

Day Hiking

Please visit our Maps and Publications page for maps on how to plan your day hike. Enjoy the miles of trails that are available in the Kelly Canyon Area.

Horse Riding

Non-Motorized and Motorized trails are available for your enjoyment in the Kelly Canyon Area.  Please visit our Maps and Publications page for more detailed maps.

Big Game Hunting

Having a hunting party?  Table Rock Campground is located in Hunt Units 67 and 64.  Please see the Idaho Fish and Game Big Game Unit Rulebook for more details on the boundaries and what wildlife is available.

OHV Trail Riding

Wolverine Creek, Burns Creek and Thousand Springs Area Trails are all very popular trail rides that you can find in the Kelly Canyon Area. Please visit our Maps and Publications for more detailed maps of the area.


Boating - Motorized

The South Fork of the Snake River can be accessed by either Fullmer Boat Ramp or Byington Boat Ramp.

Boating - Non-Motorized

The South Fork of the Snake River can be accessed by either Fullmer Boat Ramp or Byington Boat Ramp.


Boat ramp: Fullmer Boat Ramp and Byington Boat Ramp

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities


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