"CIRO Scenic View of Elephant Rock" by Wallace Keck , public domain

City of Rocks

Camping

brochure City of Rocks - Camping

Camping Map for City of Rocks National Reserve (NRES) in Idaho. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

City of Rocks National Reserve • • National Park Service National Park Service Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation U.S. Department of the Interior Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation Campground To Oakley 1 Bread Loaves Group Camp 2 1 Window Rock Parking Lot Rock 4 3 1 Mile Finger Rock 2 45 44 Flaming Rock Window Arch Bath Rock N W To Visitor Center and Almo E Elephant Rock To Bread Loaves S To Twin Sisters To Oakley 3 4 Juniper Group camp To Oakley Check-in 2:00 p.m. 1 Check-out 1:00 p.m Twin Sisters Group Camp CAMPSITES GROUP SITES CAMPSITES 1 walk-in 320’/rock/tent pad/ D 33 main road/rock/ F 2 walk-in 135’/rock/tent pad/ C 34 rock/ D 3 rock/tent pad/ C 35 rock/ C 4 rock/tent pad/ F 36 walk-in 93′/rock/ C 5 main road/rock/ RV <18'/ D 37 Window Arch Rock/tent pad/ B 6 rock/ tent pad/ D 38 rock/tent pad/ D 8 people - 2 tents - 2 vehicles/campsite Juniper 12-25 people/night Twin Sisters 12-35 people/night Campsite Fee ………………………… $12.72 Reservation Fee ……………………… $10.60 Bread Loaves 12-25 people/night 6% State sales tax included in fees above RESTROOMS (located near campsite or parking lot) 7 rock/tent pad/RV 25’/ F 39 parking lot/tent pad/RV 40'/D - Camp Host 8 Boxtop Trailhead/walk-in 184′/tent pad/ F 40 walk-in 104′/ D 9 Boxtop Trailhead/walk-in 120′/tent pad/ F 41 walk-in 177′/ D Site 12 10 Boxtop Trailhead/walk-in 243′/tent pad/ A 42 walk-in 220′/ C Site 27 11 Practice Rock/tent pads/ C 43 walk-in 273′/ B Bath Rock parking lot 12 rock/RV 25’/ C 44 walk-in 81′/rock/ C Parking Lot Rock 13 loop road/tent pad/ F 45 walk-in 131′/secluded/ B Bread Loaves 14 rock/tent pad/ F 46 main road/tent pad/ B Site 62 – Logger Springs Rd. 15 Cave Rock/tent pad/ C 47 rock/tent pad/ C 16 walk-in 220′/rock/ A 48 walk-in 115′/grass/large tent pad/ F 17 walk-in 100′/rock/ D 49 walk-in 147′/large tent pad/ C 18 Turtle Rock/walk-in 213′/secluded/ C 50 main road/ C 19 rock/ C 51 main road/ C A Best 20 RV 25’/ D 52 walk-in 200′/grass meadow/secluded/ F B 21 rock/ C 53 road/ B C Occasional 22 Look Out Rock/tent pad/RV 20′/ F 54 King On the Throne/walk-in 81′/ B D Very little 23 walk-in 218′/secluded/rock/ D 55 walk-in 144′/secluded/ B F 24 walk-in 98′/ D 56 walk-in 97′/rock/secluded/ C 25 rock/ C 57 main road/ F 26 rock/ D 28 rock/ C 58 walk-in 545′/rock/secluded/ B 59 walk-in 665′/rock/secluded/ D 60 walk-in 102′/rock/secluded/ C 29 rock/ A 61 road/rock/ D 30 near rock/ D 62 road/rock/ D 31 walk-in 219′/rock/ F 32 Flaming Rock trailhead/walk-in 80′/ B 63 road/view/ F 27 tent pad/ C 64 secluded – near Aspen Grove/ D Single Site Fee Schedule Circle Creek Overlook Juniper Group Site Twin Sisters Group Site SHADE LEGEND Good Group Site Fee Schedule (12 people/night minimum) Reservation Fee ………….………….. $26.50 Per Person Overnight Fee …………...…$3.18 6% State sales tax included in fees above Reservations can be made by calling the toll free number 888-922-6743. Online reservations can be made at www.reserveamerica.com or www.parksandrecreation.idaho.gov No reservations from October 1st through April 30th. Walk-in only. RULES • Pay fees at Bath Rock • Walk-in campers pay for 1 night only • Length of stay is limited to 14 days in any 30-day period • Pets on leash at all times • Gathering of firewood is prohibited • Use established campsites and fire rings only • Quiet hours between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. • Maximum of 8 people, 2 vehicles, and 2 tents per individual campsite No shade ADJACENT (3-4) (8-9-10) (14-15) (16-17) (25-26-27) (23-24 ) (28-29-30) (33-35) (37-38) (35-36) (41-42-43) (46-47) (48-49) (50-51) (52-53) (54-55) (61-62-63) WALK-INS 1-2, 8-10, 16-18, 23-24, 31-32, 36, 40-45, 48-49, 52-56, 58-60 EQUESTRIAN CAMPING City of Rocks National Reserve offers the Juniper Group Site for equestrian campers. This area is remote and primitive. This area 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, corral and showers. Revised 08-28-12

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