This highly popular area is one of the earlier areas on the Forest to be snow-free in the spring.
Several campgrounds and dispersed campsites can be found along the South Fork Road (FS Rd #674). The southern-most 7 miles of the South Fork Road are on the Boise National Forest (link).
The following campgrounds are along the South Fork of the Salmon River:
The South Fork corridor is about 30 miles from Cascade along the Warm Lake Highway. Usually by July, Lick Creek Pass (Road #48) is snow-free, providing a quicker access from McCall (35 miles) to the South Fork corridor.
Please follow posted speed limits and drive carefully, the South Fork Road is a paved, narrow, one-lane road with two-way traffic and many blind corners.