Camping at Sublett Campground in the Sawtooth National Forest of Idaho

It feels like home with cattle grazing on the hillside, a lovely stream, and oh yeah, a moose sleeps near our tent!

Have a look at the video below to see our quick night's stay and morning in Sublett Campground in the Sawtooth National Forest of Idaho.



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The shadows are long when we arrive at Sublett Campground in the Sawtooth National Forest of Idaho. The elevation is 5,500 feet (1,676 meters).


We set up camp and have supper while enjoying the company of cattle that are just outside the fence that is around the campground.

During the night we hear a large something rustling in the bushes.

moose in Sublett Campground, Sawtooth National Forest

Next morning we discover a female moose bedded down on the other side of the bushes from our tent. The low temperature during the evening was 30 degrees F (-1 C).

Sublett Creek pleasantly gurgles along near the campground.

Sublett Creek in Sawtooth National Forest

There is a sizeable spring nestled against the base of a hillside in the campground too.

The next stop is Utah.


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