Mann Creek Campground

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Overview

Mann Creek Campground is located near the Mann Creek Reservoir in the foothills of the West Central Mountains in western Idaho near the Payette National Forest. The reservoir is a popular boating and fishing destination.

Recreation

The reservoir offers 283 surface-acres of water and five miles of shoreline. Visitors enjoy boating, canoeing, swimming and trout fishing.

Facilities

The campground offers 13 sites, two of which are accessible and six sites are available for advanced reservations. Picnic tables, some of which are covered, and fire rings are provided, as are vault toilets and drinking water. Drinking water is often not available in late summer and fall; please call ahead to confirm availability. Roads and most parking spurs are gravel. The campground loop and two accessible sites are paved.

Natural Features

Mann Creek Reservoir lies in the rolling and arid foothills of the Hitt Mountains. At an elevation of 3,300 feet, the area is hot and dry in the summer months. Large shade trees help block some of the intense sun, but shade is limited.
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