It’s been said that "Idaho is as America was"—a western frontier with more wild land than developed. Its big blue skies, pristine waters, and jagged snowcapped horizons have been largely untouched by the masses, making it an outdoors enthousiast’s paradise.
In sharp contrast to this all, Craters of the Moon offers a desolate yet sublime landscape that could only be described as "weird”. The park is a vast ocean of lava which flows with scattered islands of cinder cones and sagebrush. Explore this unique landscape via the loop drive in your camper.