Curlew National Grassland


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Curlew National Grassland

Address:PO Box 146
Malad, ID 83252

Phone:208-766-4743
Web: www.fs.fed.us/r4/caribou-targhee/about/curlew
Size: 47,000 acres.
Location:South central Idaho. Accessible by ID 37 and 38. Nearby cities/towns include Malad, Holbrook, Roy, and Stone.
Facilities:Campgrounds, boat launches, scenic drive.
Activities:Camping, hunting, fishing, hiking, swimming, boating, water-skiing, bird watching.
Special Features:Remains of old homesteads, abandoned during Dust Bowl days; 250-acre Stone Reservoir; Hudspeth Cutoff Trail, a route used by California-bound emigrants as a shortcut to the Oregon Trail. The western edge of the grassland is a site where, in early March, male sharp-tail grouse perform their mating "dance."

See other parks in Idaho.