21 State Parks 1 State Forest 2 State Fish Hatcherys 2 State Fish Hatcherys 10 National Forests 2 National Historic Parks 6 National Wildlife Refuges 1 National Recreation Area 2 Metro and City Parkss
Favorite Lewis and Clark location - In May we happened upon this park traveling the Lewis and Clark route from Lolo, Montana to Lewiston, Idaho. Here we felt closer to the voyagers than at any other place on our trip. We walked to the river and imagined them there working on the canoes despite being sick.
Rich with family history - Among a collection of family photos was a photo of my Dad when he was a toddler and Grandparents at Balanced Rock ca 1910. They ranched south of Filer. In 2004, I visited the park and camped in the County Park. Beautiful!
First Time - We chose to camp here because we heard the fish were biting. Not exactly true. We did not find the public water pump, or the huge dock featured in some of the pics on this site. However, we had a great time despite those little things
Nice park! - We enjoyed our stay however not the beds, wish we had known to bring twin and queen sheets to cover the tarplike mattresses. Also wish we knew the new bathrooms need to have the water run five minutes before they get hot. Other than that, very cute cabins, very nice stay.
We have been going there every year. - We go there every 4th of July and we love this State park Showers clean bathrooms very nice people are around use and the camp managers are very nice and helpful with any thing. It is also a safe place for older people like us. It is a place we go every 4th of July and take our family with us.
a favorite,park the rv & tour the area, - We have stayed at this park each time we are
in the area and never have been disappointed,
We bike the areas, enjoy the scenery and wonder at the pioneers stories we hear and read about...
We provide the largest range of water sport activities in North Idaho. We supply Lake Coeur d alene with boat rentals, pontoon rentals and waverunners often refered to as a sea doo. We located in the quaint little town of Harrison on the southern end of Lake Coeur d Alene.