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Fun activity to do with friends, family or solo. Beautiful mountain landscape and being able to climb the dunes is not your run of the mill activity. Bring water, sunscreen and a hat! Definitely don't miss this!
OK so I was disappointed. As a kid I remember the lake being very open with just a few trees around. Back then, there weren't any facilities or improvements. Now however, there is a visitor's center, observatory, picnic and camping spots.
We would often go...More
We had a great time at Bruneau Sand Dunes this weekend. April is a good time to visit here. The temps were mild, the night skies were clear, the campgrounds and observatory were full but still doable. Loads of hiking is available. We saw lots...More
This state park is about 20 miles south of Mountain Home, ID. 2 campgrounds to choose from. Nice big spaces. Easy access to the dunes and to the lake. It does get rather windy so be prepared for that. The jets from Mountain Home AFB...More
Camped here in a 34' motorhome. Spaces are nice enough and roomy enough -- had no problem finding our spot and getting set up. Rangers and park hosts were most polite and friendly. Got to know them on a first-name basis, and they actually had...More
As the tallest, freestanding sand dune in North America and just an hour and half away from our place, Bruneau Sand Dunes sparked our curiosity so we decided to visit it last September. It was a good time because of the cooler weather and hopefully,...More
As we were tired of driving, we decided to stop and spend the night in Bruneau Sand Dunes Park. We got there very late (around 12-1 am) and the whole time until sunrise there was some kind of dog crying and making VERY and I...More
We've been driving around Idaho and stopped here on a whim. It was a lot of fun! We didn't try the sand boarding (too scary) but we did climb up a sand dune. We hiked up in our bare feet, (only on the dune, not...More