Jul 3, 2018

Roman Nose Campground


We are headed north from Boise to run the ID BDR and were planning at stopping by Roman Nose Campground during the trip. However, I can’t find any formal information on the site. I have seen an informal note stating that trailers are not allowed, but in looking at satelite images of the area, it’s tough to say one way or another. There certainly looks like there could be trailers.


Anyway, I’m hoping to hear from someone who may have experience up in that area that could confirm to me whether trailers are allowed or not.


Our set up is capable of getting up there, so if it’s a question of access, that’s not going to be the issue.

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