Oct 18, 2020: Locations of the Week

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City of Firth Nature Park
Overnight RV Parking: Yes
Address
319 Lincoln St
Firth, ID 83236
Phone
City Hall: (208) 346-6574
Last Update
2020-09-01
GPS Coordinates
43.309227, -112.197419
Site #
21156
Comments
Sep 01, 2020: RVer report confirms reports from Apr 2015 & Aug 2020. Overnight RV Parking and dispersed camping are allowed. Park has numerous roadways, turnouts, etc, all unpaved, and all suitable for small RVs only. No hookups, no potable water. Picnic tables. Porta Potties, Trash receptacles. Many shade trees, but open areas as well. River access. Believed to be open all year, but may not be accessible in winter. No reservations, first come, first served. Maximum stay: 3 days in any 7-day period. 2020 rate: Free.
Directions
From US 91 in downtown area of Firth, ID, turn NW & go ~ 0.6 mi, passing HS on R, & then keep L into park. (Turn off from US 91 not well marked; look for the only 2-story brick building in the downtown area, with a large evergreen tree across this highway from it.) Many internal roadways in park, unpaved, & suitable for small RVs only.


West Tower Campground, Osceola National Forest
Overnight RV Parking: Yes
Address
Greenfield Tower Rd/NFR 233
Lake City, FL 32055
Phone
(386) 752-2577
Last Update
2020-02-18
GPS Coordinates
30.323153, -82.558721
Site #
21225
Comments
Feb 18, 2020: RVer reports & information provided by USFS confirms that Overnight RV Parking and dispersed camping are allowed in pine forest. USFS states that RVs of any size are allowed. No designated campsites; dispersed camping in pine forest. No hookups, no dump station. Potable water available, but may not be via a threaded tap. Trash receptacles. Restroom with flush toilet; cold-water shower. Device charging station. Horse stable described by RVer as 'crude but functional. Lighting near roadway only. Level, quiet, appears safe. Open all year; hunting season is Nov - Jan; camping allowed only at designated hunt camps during this time. No reservations, first come, first served. Maximum stay: Believed to be 14 days. 2020 rate: Free. Note that signage indicates a possible future change to a $10/night fee, but RVer says sign has been there at least 2 years & it's still free.
Directions
I-10, Exit 303, then N on US 441 ~ 2.7 mi, R on NE Christie St ~ 1.1 mi, continue onto FR 237 ~ 0.6 mi, cContinue onto N E Christie St ~ 0.25 mi R on Greenfield Tower Rd ~ 3.8 mi to campground.





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