Jerry's Country Store & Motel/Salmon River Cabins

Address: Hwy 75, Stanley, Idaho, 83278, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on Hwy 75, Stanley, is near Salmon River and Trail 142.
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    Travel Blogs from Stanley

    Boise to Stanley

    A travel blog entry by k-rod on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... around nearby Redfish lake.

    Got back feeling pretty tired and retired to the room, luckily for us a rainstorm soon hit so we were left with a guilt free chillaxing session.

    After the stunning panorama's of the Olympic Range in WA and the Lewis Range in Glacier National Park MT I think we were totally spoilt for mountain views, as around here what ...

    Idaho - part 2

    A travel blog entry by jillstravels on Jun 17, 2013

    33 photos

    ... incredible country side. As the sun set, we made our way into the village of Elk Bend in search of a campsite near a popular local hot spring. Unsuccessful in our attempts, we stopped in a bar seeking some local info. The couple who owned the bar were as engaging as they were helpful. After a brief conversation, they offered up their property for us to camp out on and, after hanging with them for a few hours, we had our first commercial camping experience! It was ...

    Chipmunks and vistas

    A travel blog entry by markdyer on Aug 12, 2011

    12 photos

    ... snow, and then, finally to our destination (at 8450 foot) - Sawtooth Lake. The views were amazing the whole way - America is so big - and we passed very few people indeed - fantastically empty and peaceful. After lunch at the top, we started back down, the sun by this time being very hot. At the end of our 8 1/2 miles we were mighty glad of our ice chest in the car and cold diet coke - bliss!

    Now, in terms of the wildlife, the ...

    I'm Really in the Middle of Nowhere

    A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Jun 30, 2011

    10 photos

    ... folded up me tattered map....be nice if the darn things wouldn't tear so much at hiway speeds.

    i may have a GPS but you still need a map....the GPS is great I use it for my headset and phone (bluetooth) and the new helmet has it all integrated and wireless. Its a modular helmet....after this trip...I have no doubts I made the right choice (only took me 3 months to decide...dang that beemer helmet was nice...but 1000 bucks....ouch...Bring ...

    A little dissapointed

    A travel blog entry by brentandjo on Aug 22, 2010

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    ... but we have a nice camp site and built a great fire with our wood and what we scrounged from around the campsite, ( remember it looks a bit like a forestry site). We later found out that it was the Greene's that wanted to cut down the dead trees and leave them there to rot to keep the life cycle rolling over, too bad we burnt some of their compost.!!! Next morning we woke to a frost of -1 c. ...