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Crooked River

Contact Info
Boise National Forest
Hwy 21, milepost 38.5
PO Box 129
Idaho City, ID 83631



The best fishing is accessed from the trail. Please note that threatened bull trout inhabit these waters and must be released unharmed immediately if caught. Please read the Bull Trout Alert.


Brook Trout
Bull Trout
Cutthroat Trout
Rainbow Trout


Camping Info
Camping is available at nearby Edna Creek Campground (9 units) and at the Willow Creek Campground (4 units) which is at the junction of FS Roads 328 and 348.. The Forest Service Beaver Creek Guard Station is available for rental. Call 208-392-6681 for re


Map + Directions

Basic Directions

Crooked River is a tributary of the North Fork Boise River. It is accessible by vehicle and trail. You get to the Crooked River trailhead by taking Hwy. 21 18 miles east from Idaho City over Mores Creek Summit and turning south onto the Atlanta Road at the Edna Creek Campground. Upper portions of Crooked River can be accessed by Forest Roads 328 and 348.

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