Idaho’s Tunnel Of Trees Is Positively Magical And You Need To Visit

Idaho is full of back-country roads and tree-lined trails, but winding through one of our state’s most overlooked state parks is a unique tunnel of trees that is not only a cool and inviting adventure for all ages, but a stunningly peaceful journey through one of Idaho’s hidden treasures. Winding through miles of towering trees and leading to an unexpected prairie overlook, Skyline Drive near the Washington border is a whimsical trail that will allow you to get lost in nature in the best way possible.

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Mary Minerva McCroskey Memorial State Park is quite the hidden gem when it comes to Idaho’s state parks, but with views like this and such a sweet history, it’s hard to imagine why! Have you ever taken a trip down Skyline Drive? We’d love to hear your recommendations for the area!

Getting here: From Moscow, travel north on ID-95 for approximately 27 miles. Follow the signs for McCroskey State Park and to Skyline Drive.