Nez Perce National Forest Guide

Boasting 4 million acres of diverse landscape, the Nez Perce National Forest offers rugged canyons, endless forests, and beautiful rivers for just about all your camping interests. This forest in west-central Idaho offers many activities for campers, from biking and hiking to fishing and boating. Nez Perce has a rich history, with the forest being the traditional home for the indigenous Ni Mii Puu, which translates to "The People." The Lewis and Clark expeditions would later call the Ni Mii Puu the Nez Perce Indians, and this is where the history of this forest has its roots. 

Shape Hiking Trails

Nez Perce National Forest Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Nez Perce National Forest

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How to get to Nez Perce National Forest

Address: Salmon River Ranger District/Slate Creek Ranger Station, 304 Slate Creek Road, White Bird, ID 83554

Fee: Entry fee $0

With mountains, forests, meadows, and canyons that spread farther than your eyes can see, the Nez Perce National Forest is truly a spectacular destination for nature lovers. Whether you enjoy watching wildlife or are more interested in fishing, hiking, and even snow activities, there is something for everyone to do. In fact, there is so much to do that traveling there in an RV is a great way to experience everything the forest has to offer without feeling too far away from home.