Idaho State Parks

Idaho National and State Parks and Recreation

Idaho has one national park, 28 State Parks, 2 State Forests, 2 State Fish Hatcherys, 1 State Preserve, 10 National Forests, 2 National Historic Parks, 8 National Wildlife Refuges,1 National Recreation Area, and 12 Wilderness Areas.

 

 

 

National Parks

State Parks

  • Balanced Rock State Park
  • Bogus Basin State Park
  • Bruneau Dunes State Park
  • Dworshak State Park
  • Eagle Island State Park
  • Farragut State Park
  • Harriman State Park
  • Henrys Lake State Park
  • Heyburn State Park
  • Horsethief Reservoir State Park
  • Indian Rocks State Park
  • Land of the Yankee Fork State Park & Nat’l Forest Historic Area
  • Lewis-Clark Canoe Camp State Park
  • Malad Gorge State Park
  • Mann Creek State Park
  • Mary Minerva McCroskey Memorial State Park
  • Massacre Rocks State Park
  • Mowry State Park
  • North Beach State Park
  • Old Mission State Park
  • Ponderosa State Park
  • Priest Lake State Park Indian Creek Unit
  • Round Lake State Park
  • Three Island Crossing State Park
  • Three Island State Park
  • Veterans Memorial State Park
  • Ward Memorial State Park
  • Winchester State Park

State Forests

  • Floodwood State Forest
  • Priest Lake State Forest

State Fish Hatcherys

  • Hagerman State Fish Hatchery
  • Idaho State Fish Hatchery

State Preserve

  • David Thompson Wildlife Preserve

National Forests

  • Boise National Forest
  • Challis National Forest
  • Clearwater National Forest
  • Coeur d’Alene National Forest
  • Nez Perce National Forest
  • Payette National Forest
  • Saint Joe National Forest
  • Salmon National Forest
  • Sawtooth National Forest Trailhead
  • Targhee National Forest

National Historic Parks

  • Nez Perce National Historic Park – Spalding Area
  • Nez Perce National Historical Park

National Wildlife Refuges

  • Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge
  • Camas National Wildlife Refuge
  • Camas National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters
  • Deer Flat National Wildlife Headquarters
  • Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge
  • Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge
  • Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge
  • Minidoka National Wildlife Refuge

National Recreation Area

  • Sawtooth National Recreation Area

Idaho Wilderness Areas

There are 12 wilderness areas in the state of Idaho.

  • Big Jacks Creek Wilderness
  • Bruneau – Jarbidge Rivers Wilderness
  • Craters of the Moon National Wilderness
  • Frank Church—River of No Return Wilderness
  • Gospel Hump Wilderness
  • Hells Canyon Wilderness (Oregon and Idaho)
  • Little Jacks Creek Wilderness
  • North Fork Owyhee Wilderness
  • Owyhee River Wilderness
  • Pole Creek Wilderness
  • Sawtooth Wilderness
  • Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness