Miles of ATV trails link picturesque historic sites in the Bayhorse mining area.
Take a trip back to the era of Native Americans, David Thompson and the fur traders, steamboats, and railroads.
The tallest sand dune rises 470 feet above two small lakes. There are opportunities for fishing, hiking, camping and star gazing at Idaho's largest public observatory.
This 54-mile long reservoir is a beautiful haven for boating and fishing with developed campgrounds and primitive campsites nestled in coves.
A popular park for camping, boating, fishing, swimming, hiking and water-skiing.
This park and the surrounding National Forest Historic Area brings to life Idaho's frontier mining history amid numerous recreational opportunities.
Nestled in a forested area at the foot of the Craig Mountains, this park surrounds a 104-acre lake with fishing, camping and yurts.