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As always the campground was incredibly clean and a great place to use as a base for exploring the area. As is likely typical for most campers, we enjoyed Silverwood and shopping in Couer D'alene and Spokane but, this year, we got to hang out...More
Farragut Park was a one stop place for hiking, picnicing, water sports & history. The Brigg Museum told the story on the Naval Training Station that occupied this area during the WWII era & the over 200,000 recruits who were schooled in the Navy way....More
One of Idaho's great parks. If you've never visited, it really is a beautiful place. Plenty of overnight camp ground options for tents and camper trailers. Also many day visit options too. It's great for swimming, hiking, horseback riding and boating. If you enjoy Idaho...More
Have stayed here a few times. The park is huge with 4 different campgrounds. Lots to do, aside from simply relaxing at the camp site. Well kept and quiet, we enjoy staying here. Fills up quickly though, make your reservations early!
The Park is huge, lots of camping, hiking and swimming. You must reserve your camping spot well in advance, I was not aware of this so we couldn't camp. I enjoyed the beauty and the history of the place and then we came back after...More
Did a day trip here and thought this was a very nice park. Ample day use areas for hiking, biking, etc. Large tree canopy for shade. Enjoyed the Beaver Bay day use area for swimming - there is a bathroom/changing rooms available. Trash was over-topping...More
We visited the museum which was very interesting. They had a scavenger hunt for kids to find things in the museum. When they finished they got a stamp in a booklet that had other activities in it. There was also a kids building where the...More
This campground is fantastic!! The sites are private, as they are well treed, providing much needed shade from the sweltering heat. The showers do not cost anything and they are kept very clean. The camp host was super friendly, we stayed right across from him...More
We stayed in Snowberry Campsite. These sites are very well laid out and maintained. Decent bathrooms with free showers. The beach is amazing with a good swimming area and tree rope swing. A lot of biking and hiking trails. It is also very close to...More
this place is the bomb, it was such a great place to be on summer vaca, the place is so real and natural and great cabin, it has ac and heater in the cabin and the restroo is clean. and don't forget the lake behind...More
Fireworks were banned this year,as well as at Silverwood,tho Silverwood choose to stop doing there own shows,as one person stated tho,some will try and do there own and the park and county take dim views on that, ina... More
Fireworks were banned this year,as well as at Silverwood,tho Silverwood choose to stop doing there own shows,as one person stated tho,some will try and do there own and the park and county take dim views on that, ina nutshell, No'