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

    Day 5 (Yellowstone National Park)

    A travel blog entry by derektanht on Jun 12, 2015

    ... out points of the canyon and its 2 main falls. We went first to Artist's Point, which give us a majestic view of the canyon and the Lower Falls from afar. It's easily accessible and the vantage point offers spectacular view of the canyon. We settled for lunch there and before you know it, 2 hours have past. We then drove a little closer to the falls. There's a trail - Uncle Tom's Trail that leads us to the base of the Lower Falls. It's quite a ...

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

    A travel blog entry by derektanht on Jun 11, 2015

    ... which by the way, is open to the public to swim in, we made our way to the Craters of the Moon via the US-26. It took us about 2.5 hours to get there. The landscape is really alien to this world hence the name of this place. There was black molten rock everywhere and it was instead a strange sight to see. The visitor centre is located right off the highway and provides information about the place. It was there that I learned that the state of Idaho is mainly ...

    Wed evening

    A travel blog entry by timahawk on Sep 24, 2014

    ... just a few miles below us in the hand of this epic supervolcano. You must respect the founders of the national park system, starting with this place and being visionary, they are to be applauded...and we will drink to them many times on this trip. Tomorrow, we'll probably hit the south rim of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and take the extended hike east from artists point. Beyond that not sure at all. Might head more north to the Tower Falls area. ...

    10. Lima to Pinedale (8 Days, 336 Miles)

    A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... was one of the worst places in the state for Grizzly Bears they explained. Matt invited us to sleep un his horse box and we quickly accepted. They turned on a propane heater for us and we laid down our thermarests and sleeping bags. Marcus' alarm went off at 04:30hrs, and he was quickly up and out. It's been a really cold night. Can't wait now for the sun to come up and to get the stove on. We climb to over 10,000 feet today so hoping for more good weather and more ...

    Day Seven

    A travel blog entry by danielstravels on Jul 08, 2014

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    Ashley ran around town while Brad biked. I spent time trying to figure out a game plan for the week ahead. I have no reservations for anywhere else yet, but I know Brad wants to head to Mt. Rainier National Park. I want to spend the day in Seattle, and I want to stay a couple of days in the Port Angeles area. Right now, Salt Creek Park's reserved campground is full, but half of their sites are first come, first serve. I want to stay here because they have tide pools ...