Boiling Springs Campground & Cabin
Boiling Springs Campground is located north of Garden Valley along the Middle Fork of the Payette River. It is just a short walk away from Boiling Springs geothermal hot springs.
Nearby is Boiling Springs Cabin, a two-room cabin that can sleep up to six people on four beds and a couch. It was constructed in 1934 by the Civilian Conservation Corps and was used to watch for wildfires. Tents, recreational vehicles and livestock are not allowed at this site.
$15 per night for the campground
$5 per night per extra vehicle
$8 per vehicle for day use
$60 per night at the cabin
Reservations: The cabin can be reserved at www.recreation.gov.
Directions: From Crouch, Idaho, drive north 24 miles on Forest Road 698 to the campground. The cabin is just past the campground on the same road. See map below.
Cabin Amenities: Four beds, a couch, a wood stove and a propane stove. There is no drinking water or refrigerator, and there are no dishes, pans or utensils. No trash collection - pack it in, pack it out.
Campground Amenities: Drinking water and a vault toilet. No trash collection.
Open dates: The cabin is open from mid-May to December 30th; winter access is by snowmobile. The campground is open from mid-May to near the end of September.