5 Helpful Tips For Camping At Moose Crossing RV Park

If you’ll be traveling through the Lost River Valley in Central Idaho, you’ll want to consider staying in Moore, which is home to Moose Crossing RV Park.

At this beautiful and peaceful campground location you’ll find absolutely stunning mountain views, tons of nearby adventures (both in the water and on land), and abundant wildlife.

Here are five helpful tips if you’re thinking about going camping at Moose Crossing RV Park in Moore, Idaho.

Tip 1: Bring Your Camera

No words are really needed here. The simply amazing image featured at the top of this post is worth way more than a thousand words.

If you stay at Moose Crossing RV Park this could be your own personal view of the Lost River Range. You need to see this location in person!

Sunset is also an amazing time to capture some memories with your camera at the park. Again, we’ll just let the photos do the talking:

Sunset Moose Crossing RV Park

Sunset at Moose Crossing RV Park

Tip 2: Enjoy Tons Of Adventures

Looking for adventures in the water? You’ll find plenty of options when you camp at Moose Crossing, including swimming, fishing, and boating in Mackay Reservoir.

There’s also plenty of fun to be found out of the water – hiking, biking, or riding your ATV on 250 miles of forest trails. Or you can go climb Mount Borah or go hang gliding off King Mountain.

Tip 3: Explore Nature & Wildlife

Moose at Moose Crossing RV Park

Love to hunt or just love to connect with nature? There’s plenty to explore in the mountains surrounding Moose Crossing RV Park.

You can expect to see hawks flying overhead. Plus, you’ll find plenty of moose, elk, and deer grazing in their natural element.

Tip 4: It’s Not Just For RVs

Cabins and tipi at Moose Crossing RV Park

In addition to full RV hookups and pull-through sites, Moose Crossing RV Park has a couple of cabins, a Tipi, and tent sites.

Tip 5: Don’t Miss Out On Local Attractions

There are plenty of attractions to explore nearby when you’re camping at Moose Crossing RV Park.

Mackays Mine Hill Tour

You can take the Mackay Mine Hill Tour, visit the Craters of the Moon National Monument, or even visit Yellowstone National Park.

You’ll also be near four local museums: Museum of Idaho, Art Museum of Eastern Idaho, Idaho Museum of Natural History, and EBR-1 Atomic Museum.

Bonus Tip: Now Accepting Reservations

If you want to learn more about what this great camping location has to offer, please visit Camp Native’s Moose Crossing RV Park profile page.

Ready to go camping at Moose Crossing RV Park? You can make your reservation right here on Camp Native, so reserve your spot now!

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Jessica is a freelance writer. She resides in Minnesota with her husband, daughter dog, and 4 cats. In her free time she enjoys reading, traveling, and hiking.