Elevate Your Adventures

Experience a historic mountain community located deep within the beautiful backcountry of Idaho. Yellow Pine offers modern conveniences for those looking to retreat and travelers just passing through. Whether you’re a weekend warrior or only have a day off, Yellow Pine offers adventure every day.

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Where To Stay

Pitch your tent and enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the surrounding Boise National Forest, with several campgrounds and dispersed camping options. For those looking for more comfortable accommodations, there are a limited number of rustic cabins and vacation rentals available in the village.


Private rooms and cabins with some options available year round

RV Parks

RV spots with varying amenities
(typically closed in the winter)


Available May through September (or until closed by snow)

Popular Activities

Yellow Pine is surrounded by the beautiful Boise National Forest, which offers a range of outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, and wildlife watching. Be sure to plan your activities in advance and bring appropriate gear and supplies.


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Looking to get away and enjoy a relaxing day fishing? The rivers, reservoirs, and lakes surrounding Yellow Pine offer a variety of fish including trout, salmon, and steelhead. Last-minute supplies and permits can be found at the Yellow Pine General Store.

Man Fishing in River
Hot Springs

Unplug and relax in one of Idaho’s natural hot springs. Don’t forget to hydrate and pack out what you bring in.

Shallow Hot Spring Water and Rocks

Home to black bear, mountain lion, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, elk, deer, antelope, and upland game birds, Yellow Pine offers a variety of hunting. Be sure to check out Seasons and Rules by clicking Learn More. Guided hunts are also available through Buck Horn Outfitters.

Hunter with Hound Dog
Ready to make some memories? Skip the pavement with one of Idaho’s many trails or take on the Idaho Backcountry Discovery Route for days of spectacular wilderness. Trails and roads for mountain biking, dirt biking, ATVs, and UTVs are available on the State of Idaho Parks and Recreation online interactive map.
Dirt Biking in the Trees