Allow the rippling waters of the Salmon River serenade you to sleep each night!

Below is a short list of ideas to enhance your stay at Rivers Fork Lodge & RV Park. Ask us about what’s happening in the area during your visit and join in. North Fork and Salmon Idaho are well known for its friendly nature.

Take a beautiful drive down Salmon River Road. This is a beautiful drive and offers a wonderful opportunity to view wildlife. Bring your fishing pole and fishing license if you would like to drop a line in the numerous fishing holes along the drive. Or where your hiking shoes as there are lots of beautiful places to explore along the way.

Family Fun
Family Fun Picnic

Enjoying a fun BBQ picnic on the Salmon River’s edge.

Idaho Fly Fishing

Fly fishing on the beautiful Salmon River

Outdoor Life rated Salmon Idaho #2 of the 35 Best Hunting and Fishing Towns in the US! Just feet from your RV spot or from River’s Fork Lodge right on the Salmon River you can experience World Class Steelhead fishing. Click here for more Salmon River fishing details.

Ghost Towns
Idaho Ghost Towns

Visit nearby ghost towns including Shoup, a short drive from Rivers Fork Lodge

Visit nearby ghost towns. The closest is Shoup, a beautiful drive down Salmon River Road. Shoup Idaho was once a mining town way back in 1881 named after Idaho’s Governor Shoup. Today you can see remnants of the past at Shoup Store (now closed).

Hiking, Mountain Biking, and ATV Riding
Idaho Hiking, Mountain Biking, and ATV Riding

Discover hidden mountain lakes on Idaho Trails

Venture out on numerous wilderness trails which are ideal for hiking, mountain biking and ATV riding all around the area. Travel up the Fourth of July Creek or Wagonhammer Trail, both are just a short distance from Rivers Fork Lodge & RV Park. Winter trail fun offers snowmobiling, skiing and snowshoeing.


Idaho Hunting

Hunting is still thriving in Idaho. The Rivers Fork Lodge & RV Park is easily accessible to Unit 21A, Unit 21 and 28. River’s Fork Lodge is perfectly suited to a groups of hunters. Click here to view more hunting information. If you would like to hunt with a guide, give us a call and we can recommend some excellent hunting guides known for their high standards and results!

Museums and Sacajawea Center

Visit the Sacajawea Center in Salmon Idaho

Salmon Idaho is the birthplace of Sacajawea and is on the Lewis and Clark Trail. Visit the Sacajawea Center, Lemhi County Museum or Gibbonsville Museum. Enjoy leisurely drives on one of the area scenic byways.

River Rafting, Scenic Floats, and Kayaking the Salmon River
Salmon River Rafting

Smooth scenic floats, whitewater river rafting, and kayaking fun on the Salmon River

Salmon Idaho is known as the White Water Capital of the World. Choose a smooth scenic float for a relaxing day on the water with spectacular scenic views. Or choose a Main Salmon River rafting and catch some thrilling white water! Bring your boat and enjoy water skiing on Williams Lake.

Special Events & Weddings
Idaho Wedding Destinations

Host your family reunion, wedding or special event at Rivers Fork Lodge


Wildlife Viewing

See all kinds of wildlife nears Rivers Fork Lodge.

Bring your camera as you just may see antelope, bald eagles, osprey, golden eagle, bear, big horn sheep, otter, ducks, mountain goats, moose, wild turkey, deer and elk in their natural habitat.