Summit View Campground is located eight miles east of U.S. Highway 30, near Georgetown, Idaho. It is in a forested setting, high in the Bear River Range. Visitors enjoy exploring area trails, including the Great Western Trail, and picking seasonal wild huckleberries.
Summit View sits within the Great Western Trail corridor, which offers excellent hiking, biking, horseback riding and off-road vehicle riding opportunities. The Harrington Peak trail, a 3.5-mile one-way trail to the summit, begins within the campground.
The campground contains 18 single-family campsites and three group sites. Vault toilets and drinking water are provided. An amphitheater is on-site. Roads and parking spurs within the campground are dirt.
The campground is situated in a lodgepole pine forest, where summer grasses and wildflowers are plentiful. During the fall, wild huckleberries can be found in abundance throughout the campground.From Georgetown, Idaho, turn east on County Road 102. Travel two miles, and turn left on Forest Road 095 (the sign indicates the Left Fork of Georgetown Canyon). Continue about six miles, to the campground.541-351-1182N