• Climbers on Morning Glory Spire

    City Of Rocks

    National Reserve Idaho

Camping Regulations

Campsite 21
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General Camping Information

Rules:

  • Pay fees at Bath Rock
  • Walk-in campers pay for 1 night at a time only
  • Length of stay is limited to 14 days in any 30-day period
  • Pets must be on a leash at all times
  • Gathering of firewood is prohibited - firewood may be available for purchase in Almo
  • Use established campsites and fire rings only
  • Quiet hours are between 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m
  • Maximum of 8 people, 2 vehicles, and 2 tents per individual campsite
  • Check-in 2:00 p.m. and check-out 1:00 p.m.

Group Sites:

  • Twin Sisters 12-35 people/night
  • Bread Loaves and Juniper 12-25 people/night

Equestrian Camping:

City of Rocks offers the Juniper Group Site for equestrian campers. This area is remote and primitive. The campsite features a corral, standard campsite amenities, and a vault toilet. Smoky Mountain Campground, near the east entrance to the reserve, offers six sites, with water and electricity, paved camping spurs, coral, and showers.

Fees:

Single Site Fee Schedule

  • Campsite Fee - $12.72
  • Reservation Fee - $10.60

Group Site Fee Schedule (12 people/night minimum)

  • Reservation Fee - $26.50
  • Per Person Overnight Fee - $3.18

...Make your reservation now...

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Did You Know?

Wagon at Register Rock

The timeless scenery of City of Rocks National Reserve is broad and expansive yet accessible and intimate. People develop a personal relationship with this landscape as evidenced by pioneer journals and comments from modern-day visitors.