- 180 Thunderbolt Drive, Clark Fork, ID 83811, USA
- 208 266 0155
Camping near Sandpoint Idaho. A North Idaho “camping” bed and breakfast 30 miles east of Sandpoint. Visiting Idaho and wishing you had brought your camping gear? Comfortably furnished canvas tent cabins feature queen sized bed, table & chairs, plank floors, wood stove, equipped camp kitchen, propane hotplate, ice chest, hand-pumped water, vintage sink, outdoor shower, campfires and s’mores! Remote and rustic with no electricity, internet, video games or other modern distractions. Private and secluded with only 3 tent sites on over 42 acres. Moose, deer, hiking trails, mountain views and ponds right outside your tent flap. Farm-style breakfast served at our backwoods, solar powered homestead. Visit us to reconnect with life, land and spirit.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 208 266 0155
Check-in Time: 3 pm
Check-out Time: 11 am
Latitude/Longitude: 48.1190 , -116.1174
Total Sites: 3
Camping Season: April 15 - November 15
- swimming pool
- lp gas
- modem connection
- sewer hookups
- other swimming
- cable tv
- dump station
- recreation hall
- group area
- phone hookups
Five miles east of Clark Fork. Behind Antelope Mountain.
Due to high demand, reservations are strongly recommended.
To provide a peaceful experience, no vehicles are allowed on site. Park at entrance and hike in 1/4 mile. Hand cart available to transport suitcase and supplies.
Due to high demand, $100 nonrefundable deposit is required to hold your reservation. We accept PayPal, cash or check.
Due to high demand, a $100 nonrefundable deposit is required to hold your reservation.
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A Sweat and Simple Vacation
January 28, 2012
The essence of a great camping experience is comfort, scenery and fun. We had all of these at Huckleberry Tent and Breakfast. The tent cabins had a comfortable queen-size feather bed with snugly down comforters. A wood stove (with all kindling and firewood provided) kept the chill off at night. The simple kitchen set-up made cooking dinner easy and enjoyable. Having privacy (unlike most campgrounds) made us feel like we were the only ones in the woods. There are only 3 tent sites and they are well separated. The home site is just a short walk through the woods and there you will find fresh vegetables in the garden, breakfast and some great conversation with the host, Tim and Christine. The host have bikes available and maps of the local trails. In fact, they have about everything you might need and there was never any additional charges for anything. The most enjoyable part of our vacation was all the thoughtful little touches. Forgot to bring a vital ingredient for dinner? No problem just ask the host. Need a special time for breakfast? Again, we just had to ask. The tent sites were simple yet sweet and had everything we needed to enjoy our stay. If you are looking for something off the beaten path and appreciate outstanding personalized service, I would recommend Huckleberry Tent and Breakfast for a vacation spot.
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Easy, easy, easy. A real, backwoods camping experience without any hassle. A complete setup and the only things I had to bring were my clothes, food for dinner and ice. Private, peaceful & relaxing.
September 9, 2007
Ponds, trees, moose, mountains. A peaceful retreat with everything provided for you. The host have found the perfect balance between comfort and a true backwoods camping experience. Breakfast was provided at the host's home which is a short walk though the woods. Otherwise, I was left alone to experience the Idaho wilderness. Plenty of trails, fully furnished canvas wall tent, a private kitchen and outhouse supplied everything I needed to have an easy camping vacation. I am definately planning on returning.
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