Bureau of Land Management, Idaho.
Deadman Hole has 5 camp sites adjacent to the scenic Salmon River. Anglers have access to great fishing opportunities. Amenities include restrooms, picnic shelters, drinking water, ample parking and a boat ramp. This is one of a number of sites on the Upper Salmon River. The headwaters of the Salmon River are in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area. BLM recreation sites along this stretch start at the East Fork confluence, followed downstream by Deadman Hole, Bayhorse Campground, Challis Bridge, and Cottonwood Campground.
12 miles southwest of Challis, Idaho. Travel south from Challis on Highway 93 for 2 miles, turn right on Highway 75 and drive southwest for approximately 12 miles. Site is on the river side of Highway 75 between the river and the highway.