While Redfish Lake Lodge is an alternative to Redfish Lake camping, some may want the full wilderness experience of camping in the Sawtooth National Forest.

Tent, trailer, and RV spots are available at the Forest Service campgrounds adjacent to the Lodge. These campgrounds are NOT administered by Redfish Lake Lodge. Redfish Lake campgrounds are NOT administered by Redfish Lake Lodge; the Forest Service is willing to help with any questions regarding camping within the Sawtooth National Forest.

Please call 1-877-444-6777 or go to Recreation.gov for reservations.

Hint: The people you talk to at this number are contracted by the Forest Service, so they do not necessarily know the area well. Be specific about where you want a reservation: Idaho, Sawtooth National Recreation Area, Redfish Lake, or specific campground. Research the areas before you reserve in order to specify where you want to camp with the Forest Service.

Point, Glacier View, and Outlet campgrounds require reservations.  Heyburn and Sockeye Campgrounds are first come, first serve. Whether you’re looking to come to Redfish Lake for a few days or a full week, check Redfish Lake Lodge availability as an alternative to Redfish Lake camping if the place you wish to camp is booked.

You can find much more detailed information regarding area camping in our recent article: Things To Know About Camping Near Redfish Lake Lodge.

If you have further questions about the campgrounds, please contact the Forest Service at 208-774-3000.