North Fork Boise River

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The North Fork Boise River Road, also known as Rabbit Creek Road and NFSR-327, is a forest service automobile-friendly road that begins at State Highway 21 near Idaho City, climbs over Rabbit Creek Sumit, and follows Rabbit Creek and the North Fork Boise River. It then drops down thru Swanholm and ends at Middle Fork Road. Hunting, fishing, hiking, sight-seeing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, trail riding, and camping is prevalent on this trail, with at least one developed campground Black Rock Campground along the trail. There are numerous jeep trails, spurs, and plenty of dispersed camping spots from which to choose.