Introduction to Idaho state parks
Some generalities about Idaho state parks, known for trails, mountains, etc, then list them out.
Park Address: 1920 Davis Ave, McCall, ID 83638
Popular Park Sites: Payette Lake, North Fork, Osprey Point and Meadow Marsh.
Park Description: The park's 1,515 acres include a second unit, called North Beach, located six miles north of McCall at the northern extremity of the lake.
Park Address: 3489 Green Canyon Rd, Island Park, ID 83429
Popular Park Sites: Lakes, Hiking Trails, sandy beachfront and Pine Meadow Lake.
Park Description: The state park is within the Henry's Fork Caldera in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
Park Address: 314 Indian Creek Park Rd, Coolin, ID 83821
Popular Park Sites: Lakes, wide sandy beaches, Selkirk Mountains and Hiking Trails.
Park Description: The state park covers a total of 755 acres in the Selkirk Mountains about 30 miles from the Canada–United States border.
Park Address: 13550 ID-54, Athol, ID 83801
Park Description: Farragut State Park is a public recreation area located at the southern tip of Lake Pend Oreille in the Coeur d'Alene Mountains of the Idaho Panhandle in the northwest United States.
Popular Park Sites: Lake Pend Oreille, Picnicking, Hiking and Mountain Biking.
Bruneau Dunes State Park
Park Address: 27608 Bruneau Sand Dunes Rd, Bruneau, ID 83604
Park Description: The park encompasses 4,800 acres (1,900 ha) and features the Bruneau Dunes Observatory, where visitors can use a telescope for stargazing.
Popular Park Sites: Milner’s Gate, St. Anthony Dunes, swimming and hiking.