Castle Rocks State Park

Castle Rocks State Park


Location:In Almo, in south central Idaho, south of Burley.
Facilities:Under development. Primitive camping available at nearby City of Rocks National Reserve.
Activities:Hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, picnicking, wildlife viewing, rock climbing.
Special Features:Idaho's newest state park, located adjacent to City of Rocks National Reserve, is a former ranch that includes examples of early 20th Century ranching structures, irrigated pastures, and striking scenery. Some of its spires rival those at City of Rocks and offer exceptional rock climbing. The park also protects some of the most pristine archeological sites in southern Idaho. Wildlife found here include mule deer, mountain lion, bighorn sheep, and the state's first recorded ringtail. Birdwatching is also excellent.
Address:Box 69
Almo, ID 83312

Phone:208-824-5519
Web: www.idahoparks.org/parks/castlerocks.aspx
Size: 1,240 acres. Elevation: 5,620-6,540 feet.

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