Broken Arrow Idaho Campground

Idaho campground located in Gibbonsville Idaho, this private resort is nestled along Highway 93, near the border of Idaho and Montana. Our Idaho campground is just a short drive up the North Fork of the Salmon River, on the edge of the largest wilderness area in the continental United States. We are located on the Lewis and Clark Trail where the Corps of Discovery headed up from the Salmon Valley into Montana, still in search of a passage over the daunting mountains between them and the sea.

Idaho RV Campgrounds Amenities at Ramey’s Broken Arrow Include:

We have RV hookups with very spacious RV camping sites in the campground and easy pull-throughs. You’ll have plenty of shade, fresh drinking water, sewer and electric in this Idaho campground.

10 with full hook-ups
50 Amp Service
Sewer hook-ups
Wide RV sites
Potable Water (Fill up RV at Bathroom Site)
Limited Picnic tables available
Free Wireless Internet in Restaurant
Clean Restrooms with Showers
Community Campfire site

Idaho Campground Amenities at Ramey’s Broken Arrow

The Broken Arrow Idaho campground features lots of tent camping spaces with plenty of privacy and shade, community fire pit, bathrooms and hot showers.

Ramey’s Broken Arrow Resort is proud to host an annual “Blue Grass Jam Session and Camp Out,” the weekend AFTER Labor Day weekend each year at our Idaho campground. Our Idaho camping grounds fill up during this special event. Call to secure your camping spot today as you won’t want to miss out on this musical extravaganza. Soak up the sounds of country classics, blue grass, and old time fiddle tunes in a carefree setting.

Our Idaho campground is located on the border accessing many Idaho backcountry adventures. You can venture out on your own or we will be happy to connect you with professional local outfitters to enhance your experiences. A few highlights our camping guests enjoy while camping at Ramey’s Broken Arrow Resort include:

  • Steelhead fishing on the famous Salmon River is extremely popular in our area and just a short drive from Ramey’s Broken Arrow Resort.
  • Venture out on foot, ATV riding or horseback riding on numerous Idaho Trails in Lemhi County
  • Step back in time at the Lemhi County Museum or Sacajawea Center in Salmon, Idaho and at the Gibbonsville Museum in Gibbonsville Idaho.
  • Make some waves Salmon River whitewater river rafting from May through July for more adventurous whitewater rafting and August through September for milder but still very fun white water rafting float trips on the Salmon River.

Every fall our Idaho campground welcomes the return of hunters who enjoy nearby access to hunt for deer, elk, mountain lion, and bears. Rosemarie tempts them back with delicious meals available in Ramey’s Broken Arrow Restaurant after a long day of hunting!

We have comfortable camping spots and fantastic atmosphere.

Come on up and visit us this summer!

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