All Campers coming to the Farragut Open 2021 must Check-In at Ranger Station and let them know you’re playing the Farragut Open and booked to stay at Scott Campground. Just the driver needs to “Check-In” (have your plate info). You must pay your “Day Fees” as well. This is fee directly to Farragut State Park. It is $7 a day for Idaho residents and $14 a day for out of State residents. If you have an Idaho State Parks pass you do not have to pay this fee, just have your sticker displayed in your window. Your $20 fee you paid to camp doesn’t have anything to do with this fee, you’re responsible to pay it at the Ranger Station or pay at a kiosk in the Park. The Rangers will ticket you if you do not have the proper “Paid” tickets in your window displayed.
You will get a map directing you to Scott Campground where you will be met at the entrance by one of our Volunteers who will be checking in all the individuals in your vehicle. If you paid the $20 to Camp during registration you will be on the list. If you didn’t pay then you’re welcome to pay right then and are welcome to camp. There’s acres and acres to pick a camping spot (only part closed will be where we’re holding the longest drive contest). There are bathrooms on site of the Campgrounds along with a big gazebo that we’ll power up during the evening. Warm showers are located about a mile away from the campgrounds at Beaver Bay.
Farragut State Park is approximately 3 miles from a Super 1 Grocery Store for you to stock up on all your needs. For a closer location from camping about 1 mile away in Bayview you can find a Coffee Shop, Restaurants, Bars, even a Mercantile for ice, drinks, beer, etc.
Just a reminder there is a current Fire Ban through the Park that could be extended through September.