Only $135* per night (1—2 people).
Bringing the kids? Great! Only $10* for each child per night. We supply cots, bedding and breakfast. Got teenagers? We can even set up a separate tent!
Is Grandma tagging along? Add $20* per night and we'll make sure she has a comfortable cot with a 4" foam mattress, warm bedding and breakfast.
*Please add 8% Idaho sales and lodging tax.
To keep everyone's experience peaceful and relaxing, we reserve the right to limit the number of people per site.
A deposit equivalent to the last night of your stay is required. Deposit will be applied to your total balance. Need to cancel? No problem. Just give us a 14 days notice prior to your reservation date and we'll refund your balance less a $95 processing fee. Cancellation with less than a 14 days notice will be charged a $135 processing fee.
Huckleberry Tent and Breakfast is open May through October every year.
Check in is at 3 pm, check out 11 am.
In order to make this your best vacation ever, please call (208) 266-0155 or email Christine
at so we can customize your special stay.
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When we first bought our homestead in 1992, Nona lived on the neighboring property in her tiny cabin. She was an eccentric 70 years old -- no car, no running water and only one small solar panel. After 20 years in the woods, she sold us her property and moved to town where life was a little easier.
Her cabin is long since gone. But if you look behind your tent, you'll still see the foundation rocks. This tent site is for those who follow their heart and march merrily along to the beat of their very own drum.
For those who crave solitude, Cedars Tent Site is for you. Off in a corner by itself and nestled in the trees, rest and contentment are found in abundance. Roast a marshmallow over the campfire and re-discover the simple joys in life.
“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived." --Henry David Thoreau
"Doubly happy, however, is the man to whom lofty mountain tops are within reach." --John Muir
The view from Mountain View tent site is of the spectacular Scotchman Peak, the highest point in Bonner County, Idaho at 7009 feet. There's nothing better after a day's hike than to come home to dinner around the campfire and a comfy feather bed. For those of you who love adventure (or just a great view), this is the site for you.