Farragut State Park

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Farragut State Park


(208) 683-2425

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From late spring through fall the park has a variety of traditional outdoor recreational opportunities. Hiking, mountain bike trails, disc golf, fishing, picnicking, and wildlife viewing are just a few. These along with many others are listed under the "Park Info" tab on this website, winter information is below.

The park has diverse group areas available for the day, with the developed areas of Sunrise and Locust Grove hosting many family reunions and weddings during the summer. For specific information or to make a reservation, contact park staff.

Sunrise Group Day Use area has two shelters that can be rented individually, or together for larger groups. The large shelter is designed for groups up to 150, and the second smaller shelter is designed to accommodate groups of 75. The Sunrise area has good views of Lake Pend Oreille and Bernard Peak, with a ¼ mile trail that leads down to the shoreline. Water, vault toilets, horse shoe pits, volleyball areas, and a playground for tots surround the shelters set into an irrigated lawn.

The Locust Grove Group Day Use area has a single shelter designed for groups of 50. This area is located higher on the peninsula of the park and has views of Bernard Peak, the Pack Saddle Range, and Cape Horn. Water, modern restrooms, and a set of horse shoe pits surround this shelter in an irrigated lawn.

In addition, the park permits use of an outdoor amphitheater, arena, large activity fields, and trail event staging areas for groups up to 4,000.

Map of Farragut (ID)

Latitude, Longitude: 47.966020, -116.546958



  • Boating

    Boat ramps available for use.

  • Bicycling

    The park has great mountain biking trails.

  • Camping

    Electricity and Water hookups, campground showers, flush toilets, firewood and dump station available. , Max 60' Space. Services reduced outside of summer season.

  • Fishing

    Great fishing opportunities.

  • Golfing

    Disc golf area open during the spring/summer.

  • Hiking

    Lots of great trails for hiking.

  • Horseback Riding

    Horseback riding allowed on designated trails.

  • Picnicking

    Group picnic shelters.

  • Water Sports

    Fishing, swimming, and boating.

  • Winter Sports

    When snow conditions allow after December 1st: Cross Country Skiing , Show shoeing , Sledding.



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.

Phone Numbers


(208) 683-2425

Campground reservations

(888) 922-6743