“on the oregon trail!”
Three Island Crossing State Park is a history-focused public recreation area in Glenns Ferry, Elmore County, Idaho, United States, that interprets the site of a ford of the Snake River on the Oregon Trail. The state park features camping, cabins, disk golf, and a visitors center with interpretive exhibits. The site was used as a river crossing until 1869 when Gus Glenn built a ferry across the river about 2 miles upstream. The land was deeded from the city of Glenns Ferry to the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation in 1968 and was formally opened to the public as a state park in 1971.
These directions took me to an abandoned house, although there is a sign off the main road showing where to go.
Beautiful camping spots!
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