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Old 09-21-2017, 07:27 AM   #1
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Great Boondocking Location in Idaho

Hey friends...

I did 14 days of Boondocking at the Birch Creek BLM campground in Clark County Idaho during the August 21st solar eclipse. I've been camping here since the 1960's with my parents but for this trip I just wanted to be out in the sticks but on the center line of the eclipse and this location was perfect. It is a primitive campground with the benefit of potable water near the main entrance and the fun to fish Birch creek running the length of the campground!

I produced a review video of the campground for my YouTube channel so you can see it up close and decide for yourself if this camp works for you. There are many LARGE sites that can accommodate multiple coaches,5th wheels and or trailers, or any combination that tickles your fancy. Highly recommend you check out this campsite if you find yourself in eastern Idaho.


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Old 09-21-2017, 02:37 PM   #2
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Looks nice. Googled it and GPS is

44.13916224 / -112.8999904

Cost is "donations appreciated"

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Totally off subject but my screen name on many forums is flyfishnevada.

Nice video and campground. So, how's the fishing

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