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  There are plenty of folks from Stanley here at Knapp Lakes, obviously you could also stop at Josephus Lake if you're here; it's not far at all. Going for a glorious snow mobile ride at Smiley Creek Lodge on a wintertime day is always exciting. Elk Mountain RV Resort is a fine campground nearby, and a lake close by is Langer Lake.
The Sawtooth Range scenery is always beautiful.
This lake is so wonderful. Monte Cristo is a glorious local campground, and
    Knapp Lakes is in close proximity to Challis National Forest which is a scenic place. The warmest time of the year at Knapp Lakes comes with high temperatures in the 70's, and during the night it cools down to the 30's.
 


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OUTDOORS_GUIDE
These outdoors activities are available near Knapp Lakes.
 Lakes Near Knapp Lakes:
Langer Lake, Custer County, 14 miles away
Josephus Lake, Custer County, 16 miles away
Hell Roaring Lake, Custer County, 20 miles away
 Public Lands Near Knapp Lakes:
Challis National Forest, Idaho, 7 miles away
Sawtooth National Forest, Idaho, 39 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Knapp Lakes:
Monte Cristo, Stanley, 9 miles away
Elk Mountain RV Resort, Stanley, 10 miles away
Elk Creek - Sawtooth, Stanley, 10 miles away
Riverside - Stanley, Stanley, 10 miles away
 Ski Areas Near Knapp Lakes:
Soldier Mountain, Idaho, 47 miles away
      1425 foot drop, 3 lifts, 36 runs
Sun Valley, Idaho, 52 miles away
      3400 foot drop, 19 lifts, 75 runs
Tamarack, Idaho, 84 miles away
      2800 foot drop, 8 lifts, 42 runs
 Whitewater Near Knapp Lakes:
Salmon River, Custer County, 10 miles away
      Class III-IV - 13 miles long (Stanley to Old Sunbeam Dam)
Loon Creek, Custer/ Lemhi County, 11 miles away
      Class IV-V - 24 miles long (Loon Creek Ranger Station to confluence with M. Fork Salmon)
Rapid River, Custer County, 12 miles away
      Class IV - 13 miles long (Float Creek to confluence with Middle Fork Salmon)

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