BITTERROOT NATIONAL FOREST
Most of this 1,113,838-acre National Forest is located in Montana, but some 460,000 acres are in Idaho, along the state’s northeast border. Primitive camping and campfires are allowed on these lands, except where otherwise prohibited. See the listing for Bitterroot National Forest in the Montana chapter for more information.
Idaho also has over 250 Wildlife Management Areas and Fishing Access Sites scattered around the state. These lands are used by the public mainly
for hunting and fishing. Primitive camping and campfires are allowed in the areas except where posted otherwise. For more information contact the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, 600 South Walnut, P.O. Box 25, Boise, ID 83707; (208)334-3700.
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