St. Anthony Sand Dunes-Egin Lakes Access
Endless OHV opportunities, camping and horseback riding on 10,000 acres of dunes rising to 400 feet
- Camping ($25-$60/day, according to size of camping unit and amenities)
- Day Use Fees
- $10.00 per use of RV dump stations
- $60.00 season pass
- $5.00 per vehicle/per day
- Parking (3 graveled areas), ATV unloading ramp, equestrian trailer area
- RV dump station
- Concessions, water stations, picnic sites
- Contact station area: law enforcement, EMS, Idaho Air Rescue
- Regulations: Safety flags, annual ORV sticker; designated routes, ride only in open sand; no glass containers; all riders under age 18 must wear helmets (ID state law).
- Campfires are only allowed in designated areas - Citations will be issued for illegal burning
- Remember to stay on designated routes and observe all posted signs.
The riding area of the big dunes is open April 1 - December 31. The smaller dunes between Thunder Mountain and the Red Road are open year-round, but are usually are covered in snow by January 1. The big dunes and the surrounding area are part of a Winter Closure Area that starts January 1 - sunrise April 1 on the sand and thru sunrise May 1 for the surrounding area outside the open sand dunes.
50 miles northwest of Idaho Falls, Idaho
From US-20 northbound, take the North Rexburg exit. Turn left, onto 1900 E. (Parker-Salem Highway and the Red Road). Travel 6.3 miles north to the 2nd flashing light (at the 4-way STOP). Turn left and travel 0.85 miles to the split in the road.Stay right, over the railroad tracks and continue on 500 N for 2.9 miles. At the Egin Lakes Access sign turn right onto the paved access road.
From US-20 southbound, take exit #346 (Saint Anthony City Center). Turn right onto Bridge Street and continue through the stop light to West 4th N. Turn left onto West 4th N, which turns into 600 N after you leave city limits. Follow 600 N approximately 3 miles until you reach the intersection with Red Road. Turn left to go to Egin Lakes access or right to the parking and dispersed camping areas along Red Road.