Shoup Bridge Recreation Site
The Shoup Bridge Site is a small, convenient campground that accommodates both RVs and tents located on the main Salmon River. The site is named after George Shoup, the first Governor of Idaho, who later became a U.S. Senator. The area is shaded with cottonwood trees and is a popular launch site for rafters and anglers. Only hatchery steelhead, identifiable by a clipped adipose fin, can be kept and barbless hooks are required.
Location: south of Salmon, Idaho on Highway 93. Travel south from Salmon on Highway 93 for five miles.
- Developed campground with 5 sites (no hookups); $5.00/night
- Boat Ramp
- Drinking water
- Use season: April-October