The Pines at Island Park

Address: 3907 Phillips Loop Rd, Island Park, Idaho, 82429, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 3907 Phillips Loop Rd, Island Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Island Park

    Wildlife and more of the geothermal stuff

    A travel blog entry by naomim-j on Aug 06, 2015

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    ... Bryony, in her usual timely way, took a nap from our arrival at the Grand Canyon up until this point, and missed everything. She was clearly saving herself for the afternoon's adventures. Lunchtime was getting ever closer by this point. We planned to visit the park's most active geothermal site, the Norris Geyser Basin, in the afternoon so it made sense to drive west and enjoy another RV picnic lunch close to where we needed to be. Considering the fact that we'd hoped to see ...

    One More Day In Yellowstone National Park

    A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Aug 01, 2015

    16 photos

    ... area is covered with downed trees. And the perfect (albeit unusual) end to our time in Yellowstone National Park -- while driving west out of the park the traffic suddenly stopped. We waited, and waited, and waited some more. And then -- walking down the middle of the road was a big bison. Just sauntering along like he didn't have a care in the world -- he thought the road was for four-legged animals and not for four-wheeled vehicles! ...

    We're In the Tippy Top Northeast Corner Of Idaho

    A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Jul 28, 2015

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    ... got to this campground it was 44 degrees and raining. Out came our down vests, electric blanket, and ceramic heaters! This state park is by a high mountain lake (Henrys Lake) and surrounded by mountains. When we were traveling south on our boat years back, we saw white pelicans migrating south in the fall -- these high mountain lakes in Idaho and Montana are where they summer and raise their young, ...

    Day 5 (Yellowstone National Park)

    A travel blog entry by derektanht on Jun 12, 2015

    ... the side of the road and it created a traffic condition, everyone stopped to take a photo of the bear. The goat was walking on the other side of the road. All the vehicles had to fall behind. It's quite comic as it looks as if the goat is leading the way. The Tower Falls wasn't very impressive. Perhaps it's bec we couldn't go all the way down to see it. The trail is closed. So we could only see from the top. However, as we drove off from Tower Falls, ...

    Day 5 (Twin Fall - The Pines at Island Park)

    A travel blog entry by derektanht on Jun 11, 2015

    ... through the Snake river plains and once again, we just see miles and miles of flat land. Much of the land is un-inhabitated although the we did pass through towns along the way that have population of less than 1,000. One of them only had a population of 74. That's practically a hamlet! We saw the back country of America, and these homes are mainly trailer homes and some can be quite ill-maintained. But I enjoyed driving through this region and seeing the towns. ...