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Egin lakes is a fun place for family outings or youth groups. Surrounded by the Sand Dunes, Egin lakes is an oasis in the middle of a rolling sea of sand.

Egin Lakes Camping Lot and store

This body of water is generally shallow, but it is much larger in late Spring to Early Summer. Egin lakes houses a variety of marine animals such as frogs and much more.

This lake has 48 first-come-first-served dry camp sites including a small store in the center of the campground and large over-flow lots for day use.

Egin Lakes is Paid Access only. Rates are $5/Day or $60/Annual Pass. Camping is $25-$60/ day depending on the size of the camping unit and amenities. Also, a $10 fee is charged per use of RV dump stations.

Egin lakes is primarily for Sand-Dune Riders. However, swimmers and explorers are welcome.

Directions to Egin Lakes:

  1. Take the North Rexburg exit off US Highway 20.
  2. If you are northbound, turn left, if you are southbound, turn right onto 1900 E which is the Parker-Salem Highway and the Red Road.
  3. Drive for 6.3 miles north to the second flashing light
  4. Turn left and travel approximately 1 mile to the split in the road.
  5. Go right (Over the railroad tracks)
  6. Continue on 500 N. for 3 miles.
  7. At the Egin Lakes access sign, turn right onto the gravel road.

Features:

  • Surrounded by the Sand Dunes
  • 48 Improved Camping Spots
  • RV Dump Stations
  • Portable Water System
  • Electrical Service

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  • Aerial View of Egin Lakes and Parking Lot
  • Aerial View of Egin Lakes