Winchester Lake State Park surrounds a 104-acre lake, nestled in a forested area at the foot of the Craig Mountains, just off US 95 adjoining the town of Winchester.
Winters at the park are long and cold with ample snowfall. Four Yurts are available for rental all year. Summers are short with warm days and cool, refreshing evenings. Ponderosa pine and Douglas fir are the predominant vegetation. Fishing for perch, tiger muskie, bass and blue gill are popular. Wildlife often seen in the park includes white-tailed deer, Canada geese, muskrats, Steller’s jay, racoons, osprey, bald eagles, and Columbian ground squirrels. The Wolf Education and Research Center is located one mile from the entrance to the park.
North Central Idaho, 35 miles S. of Lewiston
From Lewiston travel W. on Hwy 12 about 10 mi, then travel S. on Hwy 95 about 32 mi, then W. on Olander Rd. The Park is located 1/4 mile W. of the town of Winchester.
See location map below.
Office hours: Summer office hours are daily from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm. Open until 8 pm Friday and Saturday. Winter hours depend on staffing. Please call with any questions. (208) 924-7563
$5 per vehicle / day; separate camping fees
Boating Facilities, Campsites, Dump Station, Fuel, Gift Shop, Restrooms