Canyon Pines RV Resort
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this campground rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Canyon Pines RV Resort Riggins
Travel Blogs from Riggins
... hiking trails around the Seven Devils Mountains.
When I arrived in Riggins around 3PM, I checked into the Salmon Rapids Lodge, and then went over to the Hells Canyon visitor center. The guide working behind the desk showed me a map of the area and how to get to the trailheads via an access road within the Nez Perce National Forest. It turned out that the access road was only 19 miles long, but is a 1-hour drive due to rough and narrow roads, a ...
... there. You can see the bed and stove in the pic if you look close. The Ranger spends 6 days/nights a week there. She stays is a trailer down the hill.
She had just taken some carrot cake out of the oven. It smelled very good in there!
We talked with her quite a while, then headed back down ...
... our heads. Karen went straight down the falls of a large protruding rock and managed to stay on the kayak.
I went down a rapid sans equipment, just using my life vest and holding my feet high out front to ensure that I wasn't going to get snagged on a rock, was great fun.
Got back to the hotel around 6pm...exhausted, had a great steak, wrote this blog and bed.
... going thru Idaho, then Oregon to get home.
It was a beautiful drive. We stopped at the Lolo Pass Visitor’s Center, just across the Montana/Idaho border.
It’s a really nice visitor’s center.
They had different specialty teas that you can brew while you’re there, for a donation. So, Jerry and I took advantage of ...
... forms, though. It may be a school pageant, or some church gathering that they put on. But it is there—even in large cities- a community or group that you can feel comfortable with, associate with, and blend in with. Enough that you are comfortable to get up on stage, make a fool out of yourself, and still be seen walking around holding your head up high the next day. And certainly when I look ...