Snake River pull off | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Last Visited: 8 days ago
GPS: 46.48479, -117.23360
Altitude: 226.7 masl
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Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: Natural Source
Toilets: Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes

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Description

iOverlander cannot verify if wild camping is permitted at this location. It is your responsibility to verify local laws or obtain consent before staying the night.

Pull out on the side of the road, first area we had LTE with Verizon. There are a few established free campsites nearby but they were full at 5pm on a Friday.

There are several formal sites with tables and fire puts, and several pull outs with no signs. There are pit toilets at various pull outs, definetly one at the nearby boat launch.

The train tracks are right here so there may be some noise.

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A beautiful spot. As described, there are established campsites and then, farther north along the road, pullouts designated “Parking”. You are quite close to the road but visibility is good and drivers seem accustomed to cars along this stretch so it felt quite safe. Traffic is light throughout the day and dies down after dark so very quiet. No trains while I was here but a riverboat passed in each direction. I arrived in the mid-late afternoon and stayed quite happily until midday the following day. 3-4 bars LTE!

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A great spot! There are a handful of pull offs, signed along the road as “Parking”, north of the designated campsites. You are fairly close to the road, but visibility along the HWY is excellent so parking next to the water feels quite safe. Traffic dies down at night and it’s otherwise very quiet. No trains while I was here but a riverboat passed in each direction. Beautiful and peaceful—I stayed nearly 24 hours. 3-4 bars VZN LTE.

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Great spot next to the river, quiet, less than 5 cars passed by all night. Others camping at pulloffs nearby. Train runs by at 8 ish AM&PM. No cell service with AT&T. Highly recommend

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First off I’m kinda sad that we spent a hour picking up trash in the parking lot near the fire pit. What is wrong with you people ! I don’t even wanna tell people how great this spot is so you don’t come here and ruin it

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Stayed at a pull out before this one listed. Nice quiet, peaceful. Train came by in the evening and morning. Cooled down from the 95° of the day before. I reluctantly left just before noon the following day. I will visit here again when I'm in the area.

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An absolute GEM of a pull off campsite spot! We slept in our car and it was so lovely waking up next to the river! Loved the covered picnic tables too!
There are a TON of pull off areas on the side of the road even before the official GPS coordinates (if traveling West on Wawawai Rd). Clean. Quiet. Beautiful! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

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Pull out on the side of the road, first area we had LTE with Verizon. There are a few established free campsites nearby but they were full at 5pm on a Friday.

There are several formal sites with tables and fire puts, and several pull outs with no signs. There are pit toilets at various pull outs, definetly one at the nearby boat launch.

The train tracks are right here so there may be some noise.

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