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Burgdorf Camping Areas

Campgrounds and camping areas at or near Burgdorf, Idaho.
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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Unknown
Length: 15.9 miles
Duration: Unknown
Family Friendly

Overview :  This guide consolidates the various campground and camping areas in the Burgdorf, Idaho area.

There are a couple more single camping ... more »

Tips:  Depending on the seasons' snowfall, the roads are usually clear by July and open through October, sometimes a little longer. It gets... more »

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Points of Interest

1. End of Paved Road

The paved part of the Warren Wagon Road from McCall ends here.

The graveled road to the left, north (Burgdorf Road), leads to Burgdorf and beyond.

The graveled road straight ahead, east (Warren Wagon Road), goes to Warren, Idaho with the Chinook Campground turn-off on the way.

2. Burgdorf Campground

This is a fee campground. The current fee is $10 per day. There are four campsites, but one is normally used by the area "Camp Host". The campsites are suitable for RVs.

The "Camp Host" can provide info on camping availability, fires, and general conditions in the area.

Potable water, tables, and a vault toilet are provided.

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3. Burgdorf, Idaho (Private)

Log cabins are available for rent at the hot springs and the springs are open to the public for day use also. Dogs are required to be kept on a leash.

The meadow across the road is a prime viewing area for wildlife.

Burgdorf, Idaho, was established at the hot springs in the late 1800s. The hot springs were developed and a hotel was built. The... More

4. Jeanette Campground

This is a fee area and it is currently $10 per day.This campground is within easy walking distance of the Burgdorf Hot Springs.

Tables and a vault toilet are provided. There is no potable water. There are 6 camp sites and they are suitable for RVs.

The Jeanette Creek Trail starts here. The trail is open to foot, horse, bicycle, and dirt bike... More

5. Pete Creek Campground

The Pete Creek Campground is part of the Lake Creek Dispersed Camping area in the Payette National Forest near Burgdorf, Idaho. It overlooks Lake Creek and its meadow.

It is a no fee campground, has 11 sites suitable for RVs, a vault toilet, and fire rings. Several of the sites are designed for groups. There is no potable water. Most of the sites... More

6. Corduroy Campground

Corduroy Campground is part of the Lake Creek Dispersed Camping area in the Payette National Forest near Burgdorf, Idaho. It overlooks Lake Creek and its meadow.

It is a no fee campground, has 9 sites suitable for RVs, a vault toilet, and fire rings. Several of the sites are designed for groups. There is no potable water.

Strong metal horse... More

7. Lake Creek

This camping area is part of the Lake Creek Dispersed Camping area in the Payette National Forest.

There are two camp sites with fire rings, no potable water, no restroom, and no fee. It is suitable for RVs.

It is a picturesque spot right on Lake Creek Meadow.

8. Corduroy Meadows Rd

This single campsite is part of the Lake Creek Dispersed Camping area, Payette National Forest.

It has a fire ring, no potable water, no rest room, and no fee. It is suitable for RVs.

It is right next to the Corduroy Meadows Road which is graveled and well traveled. This intersection is regularly used to unload ATVs and dirt bikes and park their... More

9. Chinook Campground

Chinook Campground and Loon Lake Trail Head on the Secesh River.

This is a fee campground and currently costs $10 per day. Potable water, picnic tables, and outdoor vault toilets are available. RVs are allowed in the upper campground.

Trail head parking is free.

Horses are allowed in the upper campground and metal horse hitching rails are... More

10. Ruby Meadows Trail Head

Turn right, south, off the paved Warren Wagon Road on National Forest Road 364. If you miss the turn-off you will cross the Lake Creek Bridge and the paved section of the road will end.

There are three designated camp sites here.

No fee, no water. It has a vault toilet. It is suitable for RVs.