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

    In The Beginning There Were Geysers

    A travel blog entry by yellowstoners on Sep 28, 2014

    34 photos

    Hello everyone! We are the Yellowstoners and at the moment we reside here in Yellowstone National Park. My name is David and my traveling companion (who just so happens to be my girlfriend) is named Ible. We not only live here in Yellowstone, we actually work here too. Specifically, we work in the Old Faithful location in the Park as tour guides. I will be wrapping up my ...

    Wed evening

    A travel blog entry by timahawk on Sep 24, 2014

    ... hike thru the boardwalks of the Norris Geyser basin. While there i would shoot some astrophotography stuff, milky way, andromeda galaxy sort of thing, maybe with the steam of a geyser in the foreground. These are usually shot at ISO 800, 2.8 or 1.7 fstop, with a 28mm lens for about 15-30 seconds. The hardest part is focusing actually, the rest is just experiements with time variation and composition. There are a rather large variety of travelers ...

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

    A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Sep 09, 2014

    76 photos

    ... Grassy Lake reservoir. Only one climb had been mentioned on the map today: the climb away from the reservoir. But this proved very short, although steep and rocky. It was the climb up to the reservoir which proved tough: it was steep, rocky, wash boarded and sustained as it crossed the northern flank of the Tetons. Once on top, it was horribly cold and, as it's impossible to get warm descending on the bike, we were glad to finally arrive at Flagg Ranch. Flagg Ranch sits ...

    A True America Day Full of Explosions

    A travel blog entry by stebbsntoneman on Jul 04, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... stopped to see some of Yellowstone's most famous hot springs. We definitely could have used a geologist tour guide (Dan), but we read all the signs to try to understand earth's great mysteries. Grand Prismatic Spring wowed us with its turquoise steamy water nestled in an orange and green bed of microorganisms called thermophiles or "heat lovers" as the signs read. After touring some of the park and hungry for lunch, we headed out to find a free campsite outside ...

    Into the wild

    A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Jun 08, 2014

    65 photos

    ... against a tree. We spent one night of our stay huddled together in our many layers of clothing as we listened to one of the park rangers tell tales of the parks history. She spoke of tough trappers who had spent months in the snow to apply their skills to catching beavers who's pelts at the time were in high demand as they were used to make the aristocrats top hats. Among other stories the stiff brimmed ranger also spoke of a man called Truman C Everts. After ...