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- P.O. Box 858
Ashton, Idaho 83429
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Off Cave Falls Road to the north is Horseshoe Lake. This is an excellent place for camping and fishing. Since the lake has a gentle sloping floor, it is a good place to take children camping or fishing. One of the most scenic views of the Tetons can be viewed from this area. The Fish and Game Department plant fish in this lake as soon as the snow conditions allow. It provides camping spots in a leisure environment.
Several trails start at the campground and go into Yellowstone Park and surrounding canyons. Power driven water craft are not permitted on Horseshoe Lake, only rowboats, canoes or rafts.