Take This Unforgettable Road Trip To 5 Of Idaho’s Least-Visited State Parks

Idaho is home to 27 state parks. These parks are full of the most remarkable rock formations, cool canyons, gorgeous waterfalls, and breathtaking lakes. While some of these state parks attract thousands of individuals every single year, there are others that don’t get much attention but are still worth a visit. And the best way to see these state parks in Idaho? On a road trip! We’ve mapped out this trip to take you to five of the least-visited state parks in Idaho. You’ll enjoy incredible beauty, awesome hiking trails, water views, and more — all without the crowds.

So, what do you think of our road trip? Are you planning to add any more state parks to your route? Let us know in the comments!

Address: Bruneau Dunes State Park, 27608 Bruneau Sand Dunes Rd, Bruneau, ID 83604, USA
Address: Massacre Rocks State Park, 3592 W Park St, American Falls, ID 83211, USA
Address: Lake Walcott State Park, 959 Minidoka Dam Rd, Rupert, ID 83350, USA
Address: Land of Yankee Fork State Park, 24424 State Hwy 75, Challis, ID 83226, USA
Address: Three Island Crossing State Park, 1083 S Three Island Park Dr, Glenns Ferry, ID 83623, USA