Abbot Campground is a primitive non-reservation campground composed of 7 units located on the South Fork of the Boise River. Campground amenities include picnic tables, fire rings and restrooms. Tubing, and fishing are popular activities. There is a footbridge located on the west end of the camp area that crosses the river and accesses the Abbot Gulch area.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||Campground is open and fees will be charged until October 31st. Nearest potable water is located just outside Baumgartner Campground (10 miles east of Abbot) and is only available until a hard freeze, generally the end of September or early October.|
|Operational Hours:||Standard operating season is mid-May though October, but can be seasonally dependent.|
|Reservations:||This is a non-reservation camp site.|
|Fees:||Fees will be charged from mid-May until October 31. $6.00 per night for single sites, $12.00 per night for double sites.|
|Open Season:||May 15 - October 31|
|Restrictions:||Pets must be leashed in the campground. All camp fires must be attended.|
|Closest Towns:||Featherville, Idaho and Fairfield, Idaho.|
|Operated By:||Fairfield Ranger District. This campground is not part of NRRS. Call 208-764-3202 for more informa|
From Highway 20, travel north on Forest Highway 61 (Pine-Featherville Road) approximately 30 miles to the town of Featherville. From there, travel east on Forest Road 227 approximately 2 miles to Abbott Campground.
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