Blackfoot River

Description:

There five primitive campgrounds along the Blackfoot River management by the Bureau of Land Management - Pocatello Field Office. The campgrounds are as follows: Sagehen Flats, Cutthroat Trout, Graves Creek, Morgans Bridge, and Trail Creek Bridge. Nesting golden eagles, prairie falcons, red-tailed hawks, and great horned owls inhabit the cliffs of this steep canyon. Outside the canyon, upland game birds live in the sage grasslands. Blackfoot Dam to Cutthroat Creek Campground 10 miles, primarily Class I with one Class II section. Cutthroat Trout Campground to Trail Creek Bridge 12 miles, Class II rapids. Trail Creek Bridge to Cedar Creek (near Aldridge) 12 miles, Class III-IV or IV-V rapids depending on water levels.

Directions:

From Soda Springs, go 11 miles north on ID 34, and drive all the way to the north side of Blackfoot Reservoir.

Phone:

(208)478-6340

Email:

BLM_ID_PocatelloOffice@blm.gov

Address:

Pocatello Field Office 4350 Cliffs Drive Pocatello, ID 83204

Activities:

Boating Fishing Wildlife Viewing

Organization:

BLM - Bureau of Land Management

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