Paris Springs Campground
Paris Springs Campground is situated in scenic Paris Canyon, about five miles from Paris, Idaho. It is about 20 miles from Bear Lake, at an elevation of 6,600 feet. The campground gives Bear Lake visitors the opportunity to camp in a quiet area with lush vegetation. A mixed conifer and aspen forest covers the campground and much of Paris Canyon. Plentiful shade can be found throughout most of the campground. Summer wildflowers dot the landscape.
$14 per night
$7 for day use
$25 per night
$11 for day use
$5 per extra vehicle
$67-$87 group area, up to 100 people
Reservations: Available here.
Directions: From Paris, Idaho, and U.S. Highway 89, turn west onto County Road 421 at the sign for Paris Canyon. Continue west approximately 4 miles and take the left fork of the Y onto County Road 427. Continue one mile, to campground at the end of the road. See map below.
Amenities: Drinking water, vault toilets, garbage service.
Nearby: Hiking and fishing. A spring can by reached by hiking a 300 yard trail which starts within the campground. Paris Ice Cave is located approximately 6 miles from the campground, and has ice in it year round. This cave is not developed, but a footpath leads into it.
For more information, visit the Forest Service website.