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Island Park, Idaho Campgrounds and RV Parks

Island Park is an interesting place – instead of flowing prairies, like its neighbors, it is green and lush. There are rushing rivers, streams and meadows. This is in part due to the amount of rain it receives every year, and the influence from the hotspots in Yellow Stone. The city also has a unique history. It was formed when several lodge and restaurant owners wanted to go around the state’s liquor laws, so they incorporated the city. They also claim they have the longest “main street” in the world. After a day of exploring some of the local wonders or natural beauty, head over to one of Island Park’s campgrounds and RV Parks.

Island Park is thin. – Literally, it’s only 500 feet in some places. It is tucked in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest. The mountains of the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park sit in the background, providing a gorgeous backdrop. Caribou-Targhee flows from Wyoming into Idaho and covers nearly three million acres. The forest is lush and contains several wilderness areas. There are several caves and are well-known for their karst limestone formations. There are miles of trails to explore, and has a diverse range of wildlife, such as wolf, bear and mountain lion.

When you are tired of exploring, head over to one of the best campgrounds and RV Parks in Idaho.

Updated November 14, 2016.