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Idaho Power Hells Canyon

Located along the Oregon/Idaho border, this 652,488-acre recreation paradise has depths over 8,000 feet with the mighty Snake River as the focal point.

Imagine the breathtaking views, serene environment and abundant outdoor opportunities including camping, fishing, hiking, hunting, mountain biking, swimming, water-skiing, nature photography, picnicking, boating, kayaking, bird watching and more!

A number of park facilities are available for day use or overnight camping. Idaho Power maintains four parks with full-time personnel, Woodhead, McCormick, Copperfield and Hells Canyon parks. They are open for overnight camping year-round.

Boat launching facilities, picnic tables, portable toilets, trails and campsites dot the Hells Canyon area, which is accessible through eastern Oregon on Highway 86 or western Idaho on Highway 95.