Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Free Idaho campground guide is helpful resource for RVers

Headed to Idaho? Then be sure to get a copy of the state's official RV Park and Campground Directory. The 48-page publication is available for instant download or can be ordered by mail. The map-sized guide lists all private and public RV parks and campgrounds with a foldout Idaho map and dump station locator.

If you're already on the road, free copies are available at all visitor centers, most Chamber of Commerce and CVB offices, RV dealerships, area RV parks and campgrounds as well as most local attraction and event sites.

Idaho is located halfway between the Equator and the North Pole on the western slopes of the Rocky Mountains and is one of America's most rural states. It covers 83,557 square miles, 40 percent covered with trees, making it the most heavily forested of the Rocky Mountain States. Nearly two thirds of Idaho is public land managed by the federal government. Idaho has more than 2,000 lakes, 239,000 acres of reservoirs, and 16,000 miles of streams. And, of course, there are abundant public campgrounds and private RV parks. Download the RV Park and Campground Directory or send for a printed copy by mail at RV Idaho.

1 comment:

  1. Idaho have around 2,000 lakes, it's really great place to campers. I have seen Idaho campground guide in that they provide very detail information of the Idaho.

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