The Potato State is more than just the home of spectacular spuds. With more land area than all of New England combined, there’s actually quite a bit of tater-free space. As a very mountainous state, Idaho is ideal for adventure activities such as white water rafting, fishing, and hiking. And what goes hand in hand with outdoor escapades? Glamping. The grand Rocky Mountains provide the perfect backdrop for any luxury camping site, and miles upon miles of rugged peaks, waterfalls, canyons, and rivers beckon you to explore.
City: Kooskia |
Luxury Camping in the Rocky Mountains.
City: Grangeville |
Enjoy the solitude and the great outdoors of the Franck Church Wilderness Area and sleep under the stars in one of these deluxe wall tents that sit along the banks of the famous "River of no Return", the Salmon River. The Salmon River is the longest, un-dammed and free flowing river contained in just one state in the lower 48 states and offers great fly and trout fishing and scenic jet boat riding opportunities. The lush valleys are perfect for hiking and guided hunting tours. This is the ult...
City: Sandpoint |
Experience the outdoors of Idaho in its natural form in these wonderful yurts. Come for a relaxing getaway with your family or friends and enjoy panoramic views and pristine beauty. Close to national forest land and the Selkirk Mountains, this is a place to rejuvenate and enjoy the pure tranquility.