Winchester Lake State Park is a popular spot if you enjoy fishing for rainbow trout, hiking, meandering in a rented canoe in the summer or cross country skiing, ice skating or ice fishing during the winter. Visit the Wolf Education Center near the park entrance and observe wolves in a near-natural habitat.
While in the park, guests may spend the night in a deluxe yurt and have access to the free bicycles and canoe that come with it. Several peaceful campsites are also available, with a beautiful views of the lake and Craig Mountain.
Things To Know
The entrance fee to all of Idaho’s State Parks is $5.00 per car, with additional fees for camping.
Reservations for stays (campsites, cabins, etc.) within Idaho's State Parks can be made toll-free by phone at: 1-888-922-6743 or online.
Pets are welcome in most Idaho State Parks, but some parks prohibit them in some cabins and yurts and they are prohibited from beaches.