3193 Hwy 21 Boise ID 83716 US

Local Wildlife

Private setting

Daily Rates

Each camp site is $30 per night. Special rates apply for groups that reserve the entire campground. Contact management regarding this.

There are lots of things to do and see while camping at Creekside. Play ground for the kids, horseshoe pits for the adults. Some toys and a volleyball net with accessories for your use


​Boise National Forest is home to a variety of wildlife. Some of our local attractions include turkeys, elk, deer, predatory birds, raccoons & chipmunks.

Creekside Campground

Creekside Campground is small, privately owned campsite that is conveniently located just 40 minutes drive northeast from Boise and 6 miles south of Historic Idaho City. Right off Highway 21, this level location is easy to get in and out of. Located on the Ponderosa Scenic Byway, the site has year round "Mores" Creek running through the entire campground area. The bridge entrance with electronic gates gives seclusion to our guests and additional security.

This location offers 10 camping sites that will accommodate most RV vehicles and has an onsite privy if you are tent camping. A central fire pit allows campers to enjoy the camadarie of other campers and firewood is available if you forgot to bring your own. There are no electrical or water hookups in order to keep the setting as pristine as possible and in its natural habitat. Trout and salmon can be fished from the creek during allowed seasons.

For groups reserving the entire campground for two consecutive days for all (10) camping sites, we offer the full use of our deck facilities. This gives access to a large propane barbeque and two grills that allows for the preparation and serving of breakfast, lunch or dinner meals prepared by your group. These amenities are offered at no additional cost.

If reserving for more than two days, we offer a 10% discount.

Nearby Idaho City has many activities during the summer months and offers several restaurants, a small grocery store, post office and the Boise Basin Museum. We recommend the "Visitors Center" as your first stop to get a brochure of

"A Walking Tour Guide of Historic Idaho City". The tour has a great outline with specific narratives of all the historic buildings that still exist today from the thriving mining town of the 1860's.

Informative links will be provided here on our website in the future to see what local events are occurring during your visit.

We hope you will enjoy your stay with us while experiencing all that our area has to offer.

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Privately owned and operated, our campground offers a secluded setting with year round creek accessibility. Enjoy a stroll through the woods, cooling off in the creek or maybe try your luck at fishing.