Winchester Lake State Park

Winchester Lake State Park


Location:North central Idaho, 36 miles south of Lewiston.
Facilities:69 campsites (many with electricity), 4 rental yurts, restrooms, showers, group picnic shelter, playground, trails, boat ramp.
Activities:Camping, fishing, boating (electric motors only), hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, ice fishing, ice skating, guided nature walks, interpretive programs.
Special Features:Winters at this park are long and cold with ample snowfall, while summers are short, with warm days and cool nights. The park offers year-round recreation activities, with a primitive camping area and yurts available all year. Wildlife at the park includes white-tailed deer, Canada geese, muskrats, Steller's jay, osprey, and Columbian ground squirrels. The Wolf Education and Research Center is located one mile from the entrance to the park.
Address:PO Box 186
Winchester, ID 83555

Phone:208-924-7563
Fax:208-924-5941
Phone:866-634-3246
Web: www.idahoparks.org/parks/winchesterlake.aspx
Size: 418 acres. Elevation: 3,900 feet.

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