With More Than 8,000 Acres To Explore, One Of Idaho’s Largest State Parks Is Worthy Of A Multi-Day Adventure

Heyburn State Park in Idaho is known as the oldest state park in the Pacific Northwest. Founded in 1908, this park in northern Idaho has quite a history. However, it also has much to offer. This is one of the largest state parks in Idaho with approximately 8,000 acres to explore. While you may choose to visit this state park on a delightful day trip, we suggest an entire weekend or longer as there is plenty to see and do.

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With so much to do in Heyburn State Park, one of the largest state parks in Idaho, you’ll certainly want to spend a few days. You can learn more on the Idaho State Parks and Recreation website.

Have you been to this state park in northern Idaho? What are some of your favorite activities to do here? We’d love to hear about your experiences in the comments!

If you are searching for even more unique and beautiful state parks in Idaho that will completely blow your socks off, check out our list of the best parks in Idaho that you should add to your bucket list ASAP.

Address: Heyburn State Park, 57 Chatcolet Lower Rd, Plummer, ID 83851, USA