Places to camp along the way: While this trail can easily be considered a day hike, there is plenty of camping near by.
Things to consider: ITA recently repaired this trail after the high amount of rainfall this spring. Waterbars were cleared and added, brush was cut back, logs were removed and tread was fixed. Enjoy the open trail!
Fun places to visit on your way in or out: A few miles down the road towards Lowman is Hotsprings Hot spring. The hot spring is just off the south side of the highway and easily accessible. It sits just above the Payette River. This is a great place to soak after a hike!
More info about this hike: This trail is dog friendly but keep in mind this is part of the deer and elk migration path. Keep dogs close and controlled.