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Plan Days of Family Fun In Farragut State Park

Farragut State Park cabins make it easy to get close to nature and enjoy numerous outdoor activities in this scenic area of Idaho. Within the 4,000 acre park, opportunities for hiking, biking, wildlife spotting, swimming, and boating are plentiful. Exploration of the history and geology of the area is also a great educational way to spend time together as a family.

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Best Hiking Trails in Farragut State Park

The Farragut State Park Trails are scenic and vary in difficulty, meaning you can easily find something to suit your group's interest and ability.

  • Squirrel Cache Trail

    This is an enjoyable hike for families with small children or anyone interested in a leisurely paced outing and an interpretive stroll through forests and meadows. The spring and summer months are particularly good for wildflower photography.

  • Shoreline Trail

    Considered a moderate in-and-out hike, this trail comes in at just under five miles, round-trip, and offers beautiful views of the bay and the Monarch Mountains that surround the water.

  • Highpoint Trail

    At six miles round-trip, this trail is more suited for those with some hiking experience. Although the first two miles are relatively flat, the last mile up to Bernard Peak is steep and rocky in areas.

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Best Family Activities in Farragut State Park

This state park is excellent in terms of its varied recreational and educational offerings. You'll even have a few great options for inclement weather.

  • Disc golf

    One of the most popular activities for those staying in nearby Farragut State Park hotels is world-class disc golf. The park's three 18-hole courses present challenges for even the most experienced disc golfer. For those just learning or with children, a nine-hole beginner course offers an excellent introduction to the sport.

  • Kayaking

    Lake Pend Oreille, the largest lake in Idaho, provides many boating options. Traversing the lake and wildlife viewing by kayak is especially gratifying. The 111mi. of shoreline grants many chances to examine coves, inlets, and varying shore terrain. Maps with boat launch areas and suggested paddling routes are available at the park.

  • Beaver Bay Beach

    While staying in nearby Farragut State Park cabins, spend an afternoon sunning yourself and swimming at Farragut's favorite sandy swimming beach. Particularly popular with locals, this area of the lake is where the water gets and stays warm during the summer.

  • The Museum at the Brig

    Delve into the history of this former WWII Naval Training Station. In addition to the large collection of station memorabilia, enjoy films about the history and geology of the park and surrounding area.

  • Visitors' Center

    Be sure to stop by the Visitor's Center to check out its natural history and wildlife displays. You can also inquire here about the schedule for naturalist-guided hikes, campfire fun, and Junior Ranger activities.

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