• Climbers on Morning Glory Spire

    City Of Rocks

    National Reserve Idaho


Site 46

Site 46

Photo by Kris Hawkins


City of Rocks offers 64 standard sites, in and among the granite formations, with easy access to trails and vistas. Clean vault toilets and water stations are centrally located. Most sites include a tent pad, picnic table, and fire gril.

Campsite Map

Campsite Pictures


Tent Camping
Bread Loaves Group Site
NPS photo

General Camping Information


  • 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.


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 reservations!!!

Did You Know?

Old Kelton Stage Station with the Twin Sisters towering in the background.

The City of Rocks stage station was a Home Station located at the head of Emigrant Canyon. Stage stations were located 10 to 15 miles apart at sites with water and grass for the horses. “Home Stations” were situated 50 to 60 miles apart and provided lodging for drivers and a meal for passengers.