Huckleberry Campground is located along the shores of the St. Joe River, 29 miles east of St. Maries, Idaho on the St. Joe River Road. Reserve a campsite here: https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/273785/campsites.
The Huckleberry Campground has 33 camp sites; 30 sites have a maximum capacity of four vehicles and 15 people, and three group sites that have a maximum capacity of six vehicles and 25 people. Sites 1-30 each have paved parking, potable water, electricity, picnic table, and a camp fire ring. The group sites (31-33) each have a gravel parking site, three potable water and electric hook ups, two picnic tables, and two fire rings. The campground has six concrete outhouses, an undeveloped boat ramp, and an RV waste dump station.
Attention: Huckleberry Campground renovations have been delayed. The Huckleberry Campground is open for first-come, first-served site occupancy from September 14th through May 14th, 2021.
Huckleberry Campground Reservations begin May 15, 2021.
Huckleberry Campground is open for occupancy on a first-come, first-serve bases through May 14, 2021. Reservation occupancies will begin again May 15, 2021. Sites 20, 25, and 26 are the only first-come first-serve sites beging May 15, 2021. Electric/water hookups and dumpstation use fees are applicable until amentities are turned off for the season. Water and dumpstation seasonal closures dates will be posted on campground kiosks.
The campground's location serves as a central hub for campers and recreationists recreating along the river between Calder and Avery Idaho. Multiple hunting, fishing, and ATV/UTV user groups travel to the campground and use it to access the nearby miles of US Forest Service and Idaho Department of Lands (IDL) roads. The campground also serves as a central location to stage for fishing and floating trips.
RV Camping, Fishing, Wildlife Viewing. In close proximity to Forest Service lands
3815 N. SCHREIBER WAY COEUR D'ALENE ID 83815
For campground inquiries, please call: 208-769-5000
From St. Maries, ID go south on Highway 3 for a half mile then turn right (east) onto the St. Joe River Road. Once on the St. Joe River Road travel for approximately 29 miles.