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Old 04-21-2009, 11:56 PM   #1
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Las Vegas to Idaho Falls

Can anyone recommend a couple nice campgrounds between Vegas and Idaho Falls? Anything interesting to stop and see? We usually make the trip in a couple days, but this time we have a couple weeks to get there. And although we've made the trip many times, I'm looking for some different ideas on places to visit. Thanks!

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I'm assuming you will be taking I-15 from LV to Idaho Falls, but if you wanted to take a little detour over toward Twin Falls, I recommend seeing Shoshone Falls. The falls are very impressive.

Also, City of Rocks National Preserve near Almo, ID is very interesting. It was a stop-off along the Oregon Trail and has granite rocks and spires surrounding a prairie-like area where the wagon trains used to camp. You can see where pioneers wrote their names on the rocks.

On your way up I-15 near Idaho Falls, the town of Blackfoot has the Idaho Potato Museum. It only costs a few dollars to get in, and they have room in their lot to park RVs so you can stop on your through town.

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If your taking I 15 stop and see Valley of Fire in Nevada, theres a lot of good rv parks thru utah along I 15 as well.
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Thanks for all the recommendations. Although we've taken this route for years, these are all places we've never visited. That's what I was hoping for.

paz, I really enjoyed the photos and details on your personal blog. Very helpful and it looks like you're having fun.
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