Information

The Roosevelt Grove is a virgin northcountry cedar forest with trees that are 4-12 feet in diameter and 150 feet tall. 75% of the original grove was destroyed by a fire in 1926. The average age of the remaining trees is 800 years, with a few survivors of the fire remaining that are 2000-3000 years old. The area was named for President Theodore Roosevelt and was officially designated as a scenic area in 1943. There is one camping site and a picnic area. A nearby trail leads to Granite Falls.

Location

Northern Idaho, N. of Nordman

Directions

14 miles N. of Nordman on Forest Road 302

Nearest City

Priest Lake

Mailing Address

32203 Hwy. 57
Priest River ID, 83856

Seasons

Summer, Fall

Hours

Daylight; Tours available for groups with advance notice, Memorial Day to Labor Day. 7:30am-4pm

Fees

Free

Facilities

Vault Toilets

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