Idaho State Parks
Ashton to Tetonia Trail
Located in Fremont and Teton Counties. Follows the abandoned railroad grade of the Teton Valley Branch of the Union Pacific Railroad.
Bear Lake State Park
Located in Bear Lake County on 966 acres. Consists of two properties on the shore of Bear Lake.
Bruneau Dunes State Park
Located in Owyhee County on 4,800 acres. Showcases dunes that can rise upwards of 470 feet above several lakes
Castle Rocks State Park
Located in Cassia County on 1,692 acres. Featuring granite spires and early 20th century ranch at the base of Cache Peak.
Located in Kootenai County. Providing walking and bike path along the North shore of Lake Coeur d’Alene, (east end of North Idaho Centennial Trail).
Dworshak State Park
Located in Clearwater County on 850 acres. Comprising three properties on the shoreline of the reservoir created by the Dworshak Dam.
Eagle Island State Park
Located in Ada County on 545 acres. Featuring day use recreational facilities that include a swimming beach and water slide.
Farragut State Park
Located in Kootenai County on 4,000 acres. Features recreation on Lake Pend Oreille at a former US Navy base.
Harriman State Park
Located in Fremont County on 11,000 acres. Expansive wildlife habitat with a historic ranch and popular fly fishing at Henry’s Fork.
Hells Gate State Park
Located in Idaho County on 960 acres. Featuring Hells Canyon the deepest canyon in North America
Henry's Lake State Park
Located in Fremont County on 585 acres. Henry’s Lake is 15 miles west of Yellowstone National Park.
Heyburn State Park
Located in Benewah County on 8,106 acres. Oldest state park in the Pacific Northwest.
Lake Cascade State Park
Located in Valley County on 500 acres. On the shoreline of Lake Cascade.
Lake Walcott State Park
Located in Minidoka County on 65 acres. Access to Lake Walcott.
Land of the Yankee Fork State Park
Located in Custer County on 521 acres. Experience Idaho’s frontier mining history, including the ghost towns of Bayhose, Bonanza and Custer.
Lucky Peak State Park
Located in Ada County on 240 acres. With three day use areas east of Boise on Lucking Peak Lake and Boise River.
Massacre Rocks State Park
Located in Power County on 990 acres. Preserves a boulder field on the Snake River where emigrates on the Oregon and California Trails feared ambush.
McCroskey State Park
Located in Benewah and Latah Counties on 5,300 acres. Offering a scenic drive along a ridge overlooking the Palouse
Old Mission State Park
Located in Kootenai County on 18 acres. Oldest standing building in Idaho, finished in 1853 as a Jesuit mission to the Coeur d’Alene people.
Ponderosa State Park
Located in Valley County on 1,515 acres. Preserving a peninsula jutting into Payette Lake.
Priest Lake State Park
Located in Bonner County on 755 acres. Consists of three area around Priest Lake in the Selkirk Mountains.
Round Lake State Park
Located in Bonner County on 142 acres. Surrounding the 58 acre lake.
Thousand Springs State Park
Located in Gooding County on 1,300 acres. Features many springs that are fed by the Snake River Aquifer flowing out of the eastern valley wall.
Three Island Crossing State Park
Located in Elmore County onf 613 acres. Site of a ford over the Snake River on the Oregon Trail.
Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes
Located in Benewah, Kootenai and Shoshone Counties. Comprises a 73 mile paved rail trail across the Idaho Panhandle.
Winchester Lake State Park
Located in Lewis County on 418 acres. Surround the 103 acre lake that is known of its rainbow trout fishing.