Martin Landing

Canyon County Parks, Cultural & Natural Resources Department Covid-19 Update
 ***Effective Stage 2 Stay Healthy Order (11/14/2020), Celebration Park is currently open for camping and day-use. Other Canyon County Parks locations, as usual, are open for day-use. The Visitor Center and Crossroads Museum at Celebration Park are open with face mask and physical distancing requirements, as well as limited capacity, in order to ensure the safety of staff and visitors. For more information, click here.***
Celebration Park's East End will be closed until May for campground improvements
 ***Celebration Park’s East End will be closed for construction starting March 8, 2021, so crews can make improvements to campsites and user amenities in the area. During construction, all public entry to the construction zone will be prohibited. For more information, click here.***




Martin Landing is an Idaho Fish and Game and Canyon County Parks Partnership

Martin Landing encompasses 60 acres and is located at the confluence of the Boise, Owyhee and Snake Rivers. This recreational area is made possible through a cooperative agreement between Canyon County Parks and Idaho Fish and Game.

Things to keep in mind when visiting Martin Landing

  • Campsites are available on a first-come first-serve basis only
  • Please be respectful of the Safety Zones in the camping areas
  • Please be respectful of private property rights
  • Motorized vehicles (gas or electric) are not allowed off of improved roads
  • Please do not feed or harass wildlife
  • For hunting and fishing regulations, please see
  • Picnic tables are available for day use and camping

Camping at Martin Landing

Sites and Amenities

  • A camp host is on-site at Martin Landing spring to fall
  • 10 vehicle-accessible (back-in or pull-through) camp sites with grills and picnic tables, for RV or tent campers
  • All sites are first-come, first-serve
  • 5 additional hike-in tent sites along the river
  • 3 of the vehicle-accessible sites have gray water drains
  • No electricity
  • No potable drinking water


  • Use of fires is restricted to designated grills and fire rings
  • Canyon County Parks may prohibit all campfires during times of high wildfire danger

Quiet Hours

  • Quiet hours are from 10 PM to 7 AM
  • During quiet hours, no generators or other motorized equipment emitting loud sounds or exhaust are permitted to be in operation

A camp host is in residence at Martin Landing spring to fall. While a camp host is on-site the park is open 24/7, for day-use and camping. When the camp host is not in residence, the overnight camping area is gated and closed to vehicle access. However, Martin Landing remains open year-round for day-use, wildlife-viewing, and legal hunting and fishing activities.

The 2020 camping season at Martin Landing ends on October 5th. Check back this winter/spring for updates and information about the 2021 season!


There is a $10/night fee for any and all camping activities at Martin Landing.

Day and night use for legal hunting and fishing are not subject to camping fees. Martin Landing camping fees will be used for maintenance and improvement of the campground facilities.  Fees are payable by cash or check. Checks should be made out to the Southwest Idaho Resource Conservation & Development Council (SWIDRC&D). Campsites are available on a first-come, first-serve basis only.

From Parma take S. Roswell Blvd. Turn onto Hexon Rd. Follow Hexon Rd. to Scott Pitt Rd. Follow Scott Pit Rd past Olson and take a right into the park

Martin Landing is an access site on the Idaho-Oregon Snake River Water Trail. Visit the Water Trail website to launch your Snake River adventure!

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1115 Albany St.
Caldwell, ID 83605


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