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Baumgartner Campground

Contact Info
102 First St. E
P.O. Box 189
Fairfield, ID 83327

Phone 1:
208-764-3202
Basics
Number of Sites:
31

Amenities

Basic Amenities
  • Drinking Water
Special Features
  • Horseshoe Pit
  • Playground
  • Fishing

Details

Season
Open through Sat Sep 07 2013
Location
Getting There:
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
43.6125, -115.08028
43°36'45"N, 115°4'49"W

Take I-84 to Exit 95. Go east on State Highway 20 to mile marker 127.5. Turn north and follow signs to Featherville. Once at Featherville, head east on Forest Road 227 for 11 miles on dirt road. At Baumgartner Campground sign, turn right and cross the bridge to the campground, on the left hand side.

Basic Info
Total Sites:
31
The campground's main draw is Baumgartner Hot Springs. The 101-degree water is piped into a large concrete soaking pool. The pool is open during daylight hours and is drained, cleaned and refilled daily.

The South Fork Boise River provides great fishing for wild and stocked rainbow trout. Younger campers love splashing in the cool mountain waters. An accessible path and fishing pier are located next to the river.

The John Baumgartner Gravesite is a short walk from the hot springs. A 1/4-mile interpretive nature trail begins at the hot springs and meanders up the hill through the forest.

Kelly Creek/Iron Mountain, Virginia Gulch, Willow Creek, Van Gulch and Big Water Trails all begin in the area. Ponderosa Trail ATV Learner's Loop is located in the Kelly Creek Recreation Area.

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