Located on Idaho Highway 71, 29 miles northwest of Cambridge, Idaho.
McCormick Park covers nine acres of beautifully maintained grass with lots of shade trees on the Idaho side of Oxbow reservoir.
Day use in the park is free. Amenities include the following:
- 28 RV sites with shared water, electric hookups (30-amp)
- 8 tent sites with shared water, electric hookups (30-amp)
- Restroom with showers (showers are not ADA accessible)
- Public pay phone (phone card required for non-local calls)
Did You Know?
Built in 1958, the park is named for Fred McCormick. McCormick worked for Idaho Power for 25 years and was chief engineer during construction. Oxbow got its name from a three-mile bend in the Snake River. To early settlers in the area, the bend in the river looked like the U-shaped frame that forms a collar around an ox’s neck.
Call 541-785-7251 to hear a recorded status update about the road condition between Oxbow and Hells Canyon Dam. This road is sometimes closed due to maintenance or road conditions.
There is a 14-day stay limit for all parks.
Check-in time is 2 p.m. MDT (local park time).
Check-out time is 1 p.m. MDT (local park time).
Only one camping unit (maximum eight persons) per designated campsite is permitted.
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