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Mountain Home AFB - FAMCAMP

Mountain Home AFB Campground Weblink

Eligibility: NA
Telephone: (208) 828-6333
Season: All Year
Directions:

On Base. From I-84 north or south at Mountain Home, exit 95 west and follow the road through Mountain Home to Air Base Road (ID-67), approximately 10 miles to the main gate.

Reservations: No reservations. First come first served.

Note:
Pets allowed on leash. Bathhouse/ restrooms/ dump station/ pool/ laundry available. MWR operates Strike dam Marina 20 miles south of the base with boat rentals and fishing Apr-Sep.
 

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Yellowstone Country Trailers
Mountain Home Air Force Base

Yellowston Country Trailers Campground Weblinks

Eligibility: NA
Telephone: (208) 828-6333
Season: May-September
Directions:

Off base. travel trailers are located at two(2) different commercial RV parks. Four(4) trailers are located at Lionshead just off US-20 about eight(8) miles from the west enterance of Yellowstone. Eight(8) trailers are located at Flagg Ranch, two(2) miles south of Yellowstone's south entrance.

Reservations: Required.


Note:
No Pets or Smoking in travel trailers. Maximum of six persons per site. Trailers have full bath, microwave, refrigerator, stove, cookware and utensils.

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