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Twin Bridges Park | Idaho Boondocking

We did not actually stay at this park but we did drive through it. We stopped by on a Saturday in April and the entire park was full so we ended up staying at a rest area. But if there was space, this would be a lovely place to stay. There is a playground and access to Snake River. There were lots of little kids running around so I'm sure my kiddos would enjoy the stay. It is true boondocking as there are no hookups but there are actual sites, fire rings, and picnic tables. There is a small fee of $10 per night. Although it would have been tight, we could have fit ok (we drove the RV all the way through the park) and even my parents were able to drive through with their 40ft fifth wheel.


  • Location: 43.671895332775165,-111.76462392427624

  • Solitude: Many sites, busy

  • Services: Water, trash, vaulted toilets, fire rings, tables

  • T-Mobile Coverage: very little

  • Time of year we stayed: April


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