Farragut State Park boasts 4,000 acres of pristine Idaho wilderness with over 40 miles of trails to explore. Drink in outstanding views of Lake Pend Oreille at sunset, take an afternoon jog through staggering pine trees, or take the kids on a family-friendly hike on one of the trails that weave alongside the lake. Before it was a park, the area was used as a WWII era naval training station. Now, visitors can tour the Museum at the Brig, which is located in the former confinement facility at the Farragut Naval Training Station.
Start your visit to Farragut State Park at the visitor center located at the west entrance.
The park has over 40 miles of trails for you to explore. For those who like a challenge, take the Highpoint Trail to the Scout Trail and hike up Bernard Peak and look back across the lake at Farragut State Park.
A park naturalist is on staff during the summer providing trail hikes, Junior Ranger and evening campfire programs.
Pets are not allowed on beaches except for designated areas.
Snowshoeing and Nordic skiing is available in the winter.