Junction RV Park has 35 RV sites, many with full hook-ups. There are
large, shaded, pull-through sites as well as camper and tent sites.
The park has restrooms, shower and laundry facilities, a rec room and a dump
station. Firewood is available for purchase. Fishing advice is free. Kooskia, Idaho, is in the North Central part of the state. Reached by following U.S. Highway 12, which parallels the route taken by Lewis
& Clark on their westward expedition, the drive offers constant
vistas of breathtaking beauty. From the east, the road winds through the Bitterroot Range of the Rocky Mountains, dropping down from the Lolo Pass along the Lochsa and Selway rivers, along one of the most scenic byways in the U.S. The area is known for its world-class clear, sparkling rivers and steelhead, cutthroat, Chinook salmon and rainbow trout, bass, whitefish, and other popular game fish species. This is a fisherman's paradise, and our park has sites right on the Middle Fork of the Clearwater, designated a Wild and Scenic River.
For whitewater rafters, the Lochsa, Selway, and Middlefork rivers all offer big drops and tricky rapids. For backpackers, hundreds of miles of National Forest trails beckon you through shady forests, following streams and rivers to windswept ridges and gem-like lakes.
From birds to big game, North Central Idaho is a bountiful hunting ground. It boasts nearly half the statewide population of elk and whitetail deer. Hunters will find moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, cougar and black bear. Snowmobile riders and cross-country skiers will find a winter delight of unlimited miles of snow-covered trails and all types of terrain. Hikers and skiers can follow trails that cross breath-taking timbered slopes, open meadows and ridge tops.