Farragut State Park is located 30 miles north of Coeur d’Alene on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille. Once Idaho's largest city and the world’s second largest naval training station, today the 4,000-acre park provides a variety of recreation opportunities. The park is located ten minutes from Silverwood Theme Park.
During 2012 and 2013 work will be ongoing for improvements to Highway 95 and a new interchange with Highway 54. Some delays can be expected.
Within the park, resource work continues to restore forests to historically occurring conditions. Over the past 150 years periodic fires have been controlled and no longer thin the forest and recycle nutrients. The park is currently thinning stands and controlling noxious weeds to reestablish the traditional forest makeup, these actions also reduce the risks of catastrophic fires, insect and disease outbreaks on the forests.
Under the "Park Info" tab, you will find maps of the park, campgrounds and trails.
Northern Idaho, N. of Coeur d'Alene
From I-90 at Coeur d’Alene take Exit 12 and travel N. on Hwy 95 approximately 18 miles to Athol, at Athol travel E. on Hwy 54 approximately 4 miles.
See location map below.
Summer, Fall, Spring
Visitor Center 7:30am-6pm daily. Museum is open through Labor Day (closed on June 5 and 6 due to road work).
$5 per vehicle/day for day use. Annual day use passes for the calendar year are $40 and $15 for one additional vehicle. Overnight parking at the boat launch, 10.60/night. Separate camping fees; see the "Stay Overnight" tab.
Boating Facilities, Campsites, Dump Station, Gift Shop, Horse Facilities, Motor Coach Parking, Restrooms, Visitor Center