Reservations for Idaho Power campgrounds and picnic shelters can be made online through CampLife Reservations. Reservations can be made year-round and up to nine months in advance.
Reservations can be made online for parks in Hells Canyon, including:
- Woodhead Park
- McCormick Park
- Copperfield Park
- Hells Canyon Park
and at C.J. Strike including:
- North Park
- Scout Park
- Cottonwood Park
Locust campground at C.J. Strike and Carter’s Landing at Hells Canyon are first come, first serve.
Reservations are highly recommended and can be made nine months in advance, year-round. Reservations must be made prior to check-in time the day you arrive (2 p.m. Mountain Time). Campers may arrive without a reservation but will have limited availability throughout the summer.
A $10 reservation fee will be added to the campsite rental for all reservations made online. Reservations can also be made by phone, for a $15 fee.
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C.J. Strike’s Cottonwood Park and Locust Park are $8 a night to camp.
Campers who stay in Idaho campgrounds will pay a state liability tax of 6% and a state convention tax of 2% for a total of 8% on top of their camping fees. Campers at Copperfield Park will pay a Baker County liability tax of 7% and a state of Oregon liability tax of 1.8% for a total of 8.8% on top of their camping fees.
Maybe. All unreserved sites will be available for campers arriving without a reservation. However, if a site you stay at has been reserved for a multi-night stay, you will have to change sites.
We encourage reservations to ensure you have a spot for the duration of your trip. Reservations must be made by 2 p.m. MT on the date of your arrival.
All Idaho Power campgrounds are subject to a 14-day stay limit.
Campers can reserve up to five sites online. Each reservation can be made for up to 14 days. After 14 days, you are required to remove all camping equipment and relocate at least five miles from your original camping area for at least five days. During those five days, you may visit any other Idaho Power lands, including parks. After the five days, you may return to your original area, if space is available.
Reserved campsites must be occupied by checkout time on the second day of the reservation (1 p.m. Mountain Time). Multi-day reservations will be cancelled if the site is not occupied in time.
We encourage visitors to use the online option. It’s easier to choose a site and manage your reservation online. There’s a $5 fee, in addition to the $10 reservation fee, for using the phone option to make your reservation.
It’s the pet owner’s responsibility to ensure pets do not disturb other visitors. Pets may not be left unattended and must be restrained and/or kept on a six-foot leash at all times. Pet owners must clean up and dispose of animal waste properly.
Water is turned on in April and turned off at the end of October each year.
Wireless (Wi-Fi) service is available for a fee at our campgrounds in Hells Canyon. Service can be spotty and is best suited for using email or surfing the internet. Bandwidth and speeds are strongest near the comfort stations. Service generally does not support streaming media like Spotify or Netflix or video conferencing apps such as Zoom. All Wi-Fi service comes from third-party providers and is not operated or maintained by Idaho Power. Wi-Fi is not available at C.J. Strike or Swan Falls campgrounds.
In Hells Canyon, Wi-Fi service information is available at each park’s fee station.
Carter’s Landing, Copperfield and Hells Canyon Parks
Pinetel in Halfway, Oregon, provides Wi-Fi at the following prices:*
$5 – one day
$10 – three days
$15 – week
$25 – month
Woodhead and McCormick Parks
Cambridge Telephone Company (CTC), Cambridge, Idaho, provides Wi-Fi at the following prices:*
Standard two-hour, two devices: $2.50
Standard 24-hour, two devices: $5
Premium 24-hour, five devices: $10
Standard one week, two devices: $20
Premium one week, five devices: $35
*Wi-Fi prices are set by the individual providers and are subject to change without notice.