Round Lake State Park is a beautiful forested park in the northern panhandle of Idaho. It sits on the edge of a 58-acre lake where flocks of Canada geese pass over towering pine, hemlock and larch trees and osprey plunge for perch. Hikers will discover beaver lodges and may see a glimpse of a resident moose, while fishers listen to a chorus of bullfrogs, ducks and red-winged blackbirds as they cast for rainbow trout or bass.
16 serviced campsites; 35 standard (2 ADA) Trailers limited to 24 feet
Flush toilets, showers, dump station, electricity
Ramps; electric motor boats only
Camp, picnic, hike, cycle, mountain bike, swim, fish, wildlife and wildflower view, snowshoe, Nordic skiing
Cross country ski, ice fishing, ice skating
Waterfowl, Songbirds, Deer, Moose, Beaver, Bear