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Birch Creek Idaho

Submitted By: aadamp on 19 May 2008
Latitude: 44.139225
Longitude: -112.899971






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From Mud Lake:
Take Highway 28 and head northwest. Go about 25 miles until you see a turnout to the left where you want to camp. You will see Willow Trees where Birch Creek is.

From Leadore:
Take Highway 28 south for about 50 miles.

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Birch Creek is a no fee primitive camping area with potable water. There are twenty campsites and vault toilets.

This is a great camping spot for the family. Birch Creek can be great fishing and there are a lot of great motorbiking and 4-wheeling trails around! The water in the area has brook, rainbow, and brown trout. Best seasons to camp here are summer and fall. Opens around Memorial Day can closes near Labor Day.

The Indian Massacre historic site in the area is worth taking a look at.

There are no points within 15 miles of this point.

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