Shoup Bridge Campground

Salmon Field Office (Blm)

Shoup Bridge Campground is an easily accessible, paved RV-friendly campground that offers numerous riverfront sites. The mature cottonwood trees provide all sites ample shade for those hot summer days and the sound of the Salmon River running by will entice you to stay longer than you planned. The site is named after George Shoup, the first Governor of Idaho, who later became a U.S. Senator. The campground’s boat ramp is a popular launch site for rafters and anglers.

Shoup Bridge Campground offers 8 campsites for both RV and tent camping. Potable water, vault toilets, picnic tables, fire rings, and ample shade are available at all sites. Campground offers scenic riverfront benches and a bicycle repair station. Campground host onsite from Memorial Day through Labor Day. 

Need to Know

Natural Features

The Salmon River runs adjacent to the campground and the mature cottonwood trees provide plenty of shade and wildlife habitat. 

Nearby Attractions


Shoup Bridge Campground offers many recreation opportunities including river access for rating, fishing, tubing, and swimming. The campground sits at the end of a 5-mile paved non-motorized path that leads into the town of Salmon. The surrounding area offers a multitude of recreation opportunities including motorized and non-motorized trails, hunting, fishing, and wildlife viewing.

Changes & Cancellations

No changes/cancellations/refunds are allowed as all fees are paid either on-site or through the Scan & Pay App.

Contact Information


1206 S Challis St Salmon ID 83467


1206 S Challis St Salmon ID 83467

Rental Options

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Driving Directions

Take Highway 93 South for 5 miles from Salmon, ID. The campground will be on the right between the highway and the Salmon River. 

Available Campsites

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