|Facilities: Boise National Forest provides over 70 campgrounds and picnic areas. Many of the campgrounds provide restrooms.|
Best Time To Visit: Boise National Forest is open year-round. Snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, alpine and Nordic skiing, and ice fishing are popular winter activities
Fees: Parking, camping, and/or entrance fees may be charged at some of the recreation sites within Boise National Forest.
Accessibility: Several of the campgrounds within the forest provide access for the physically challenged.
Rules: Check the local fishing, hunting, and fire regulations. Do not leave campfires unattended. Fireworks and explosives are prohibited in the forests. Pets must always be restrained or on a leash while in developed recreation sites. Obey all traffic signs. State traffic laws apply to the Boise National Forest unless otherwise specified.
Directions: Boise National Forest consists of about 2,612,000 acres of National Forest System Lands, located north and east of the city of Boise Idaho. It can be accessed from Boise, Mountain Home, New Meadow, Yellow Pine and Hailey Idaho.
Map: Click here for a map to Boise National Forest
Reservations: Reservations are not needed or accepted to visit Boise National Forest. Reservations may be accepted or required for campgrounds and other recreation sites within the forest.