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Cabins in Idaho State Parks

If you are looking for a more upscale camping experience, rent a cozy cabin in an Idaho State Park. There are cabins in 12 Idaho State Parks: 

Bruneau Dunes State Park

Two cabins rent for $50 per night each. The one-room cabins sleep up to five on bunk beds and futons. Cook outside on the grill-covered fire pit. The cabins are powered, heated and air conditioned. Click to reserve.

Castle Rocks State Park

The Lodge at Castle Rocks Ranch accommodates up to eight people and rents for $150 per night.   Pets are allowed at the cabin which is has a fully equipped kitchen, four bedrooms and living room with a fireplace.  An outdoor area includes a deck with gorgeous views of the park.  Click to reserve.

Dworshak State Park

Four cabins are available for $50 per night each. The one-room cabins sleep up to five on bunk beds and futons. Cook outside on the grill-covered fire pit. Click to reserve.

Farragut State Park

Ten cabins are available for $50 - $55 per night each. The one-room cabins sleep up to five on bunk beds and futons. Cook outside on the grill-covered fire pit. Click to reserve.

Harriman State Park

  • The Ranch Manager's House  

This historic four-bedroom log home at Harriman State Park has a modern kitchen, a rustic knotty-pine living room with a stone fireplace and a screened sun porch.  Perfect for that once-in-a-lifetime fly-fishing vacation, the cabin is fully furnished and rents for $190 per night for four adults. Additional adults up to a maximum of eight are $12 per night per person. There is a non-refundable $25 reservation fee. Click to reserve.

  • The Cattle Foreman's House  

The Cattle Foremanís House is a beautifully furnished three-bedroom cabin located within the historic Railroad Ranch. A wood burning stove, complete kitchen, bunk beds, and two queen size beds make this historic cabin an incredibly comfortable way to enjoy Harriman State Park, winter or summer. The Cattle Foreman's House rents for $140 per night for 4 adults. Additional adults up to a maximum of six are $12 per night per adult. There is a non-refundable $25 reservation fee. Click to reserve.

Hells Gate State Park

Cabins rent for $50 - $55 per night. The one-room cabins sleep up to five on bunk beds and futons. Cook outside on the grill-covered fire pit. The cabins are powered, heated and air conditioned. Click to reserve.

Henrys Lake State Park

Three cabins rent for $50 per night each. The one-room cabins sleep up to five on bunk beds and futons. Cook outside on the grill-covered fire pit.  The cabins are powered and heated.   Click to reserve.

Heyburn State Park

  • Cottages - Lakeview, Chatcolet, Rocky Point 

Each two bedroom cottage sleeps up to eight and has a furnished kitchen (appliances, cooking utensils and tableware for eight are included) with furnished dining area and living room.   Each cottage has an outdoor charcoal grill and picnic table.   Visitors need to provide their own linens ñ sheets (full size) blankets or sleeping bags, pillows and towels.  The cottages rent for $115.  During the summer (June 15 - Sept 15) a five night minimum stay is required. Click to reserve.

  • Camper Cabins - Osprey, Blue Heron

Both cabins overlook Chatcolet Lake and are situated near the Trail of the Coeur díAlenes.  These one room cabins sleep five and are equipped with electricity, A/C, heat, microwave, a porch swing, picnic table and outdoor fire pit with grill.   The cabins rent for $50 per night and are near a central restroom and water faucet.   Visitors will need to provide their own linens, cooking and kitchen utensils.   Click to reserve.

Lake Walcott

Cabins rent for $50 per night each. The one-room cabins sleep up to five on bunk beds and futons.  Cook outside on the grill-covered fire pit.  The cabins are powered, heated and air conditioned. Click to reserve.

Massacre Rocks State Park

Four one-room cabins rent for $50 per night each and sleep up to five on bunk beds and futons. Cook outside on the grill-covered fire pit. The cabins are powered and heated so you can even enjoy cross-country skiing in the winter (snow not included). Click to reserve.

Ponderosa State Park

Five cabins are nestled along the shore of Payette Lake. These cabins sleep up to eight people, have a fully equipped kitchen (full size stove, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, cookware, dinnerware, utensils, glasses, cutlery, bake ware, coffee maker, and toaster), a bedroom with queen bed, a double hide-a-bed in living room, two twin mattresses in the loft.  The decks have awesome views and easy lake and beach access.  Pets are not allowed at the cabins. Additional camping is not permitted at the cabins.   Ponderosa cabins rent for $75 - $150 per night.  A $10 registration fee and $100 cleaning deposit is also required.  Fees allow for two (2) motor vehicles for each cabin. Additional vehicles will be charged for each extra vehicle fee per night. Click to reserve.

  • Bear- Sleeps six, located near the Visitor Center; has open view of the lawn area and views of the lake. 

  • Wolf- Sleeps six; situated on a small bluff with an open view of the lake.  

  • Fox- Sleeps six; sits on a bluff adjacent to the Wolf cabin with an open view of the lake. 

  • Moose- Sleeps five, ADA accessible; situated on a bluff with views of the lake.  

  • Elk- Sleeps eight; nestled in the trees with filtered views of the lake.  

Priest Lake State Park

Play in the crystal clear water and on the sandy beaches of Priest Lake during the day, and spend the night in a rustic log cabin. Each cabin rents for $50 per night.  The two-room cabins sleep up to six people; the one-room cabins sleep five.  Cooking is outside on a grill-covered fire pit.  All are heated so you can cross-country ski in the winter (snow not included). Click to reserve.

Three Island Crossing State Park

Eight cabins rent for $50 per night each. These one-room cabins sleep up to five on bunk beds and futons. Cook outside on the grill-covered fire pit.   The cabins are powered, heated and air conditioned. Click to reserve.

 

 

 

Cabins in Idaho State Parks

If you are looking for a more upscale camping experience, rent a cozy cabin in an Idaho State Park. There are cabins in 12 Idaho State Parks: 

Bruneau Dunes State Park

Two cabins rent for $50 per night each. The one-room cabins sleep up to five on bunk beds and futons. Cook outside on the grill-covered fire pit. The cabins are powered, heated and air conditioned. Click to reserve.

Castle Rocks State Park

The Lodge at Castle Rocks Ranch accommodates up to eight people and rents for $150 per night.   Pets are allowed at the cabin which is has a fully equipped kitchen, four bedrooms and living room with a fireplace.  An outdoor area includes a deck with gorgeous views of the park.  Click to reserve.

Dworshak State Park

Four cabins are available for $50 per night each. The one-room cabins sleep up to five on bunk beds and futons. Cook outside on the grill-covered fire pit. Click to reserve.

Farragut State Park

Ten cabins are available for $50 - $55 per night each. The one-room cabins sleep up to five on bunk beds and futons. Cook outside on the grill-covered fire pit. Click to reserve.

Harriman State Park

  • The Ranch Manager's House  

This historic four-bedroom log home at Harriman State Park has a modern kitchen, a rustic knotty-pine living room with a stone fireplace and a screened sun porch.  Perfect for that once-in-a-lifetime fly-fishing vacation, the cabin is fully furnished and rents for $190 per night for four adults. Additional adults up to a maximum of eight are $12 per night per person. There is a non-refundable $25 reservation fee. Click to reserve.

  • The Cattle Foreman's House  

The Cattle Foremanís House is a beautifully furnished three-bedroom cabin located within the historic Railroad Ranch. A wood burning stove, complete kitchen, bunk beds, and two queen size beds make this historic cabin an incredibly comfortable way to enjoy Harriman State Park, winter or summer. The Cattle Foreman's House rents for $140 per night for 4 adults. Additional adults up to a maximum of six are $12 per night per adult. There is a non-refundable $25 reservation fee. Click to reserve.

Hells Gate State Park

Cabins rent for $50 - $55 per night. The one-room cabins sleep up to five on bunk beds and futons. Cook outside on the grill-covered fire pit. The cabins are powered, heated and air conditioned. Click to reserve.

Henrys Lake State Park

Three cabins rent for $50 per night each. The one-room cabins sleep up to five on bunk beds and futons. Cook outside on the grill-covered fire pit.  The cabins are powered and heated.   Click to reserve.

Heyburn State Park

  • Cottages - Lakeview, Chatcolet, Rocky Point 

Each two bedroom cottage sleeps up to eight and has a furnished kitchen (appliances, cooking utensils and tableware for eight are included) with furnished dining area and living room.   Each cottage has an outdoor charcoal grill and picnic table.   Visitors need to provide their own linens ñ sheets (full size) blankets or sleeping bags, pillows and towels.  The cottages rent for $115.  During the summer (June 15 - Sept 15) a five night minimum stay is required. Click to reserve.

  • Camper Cabins - Osprey, Blue Heron

Both cabins overlook Chatcolet Lake and are situated near the Trail of the Coeur díAlenes.  These one room cabins sleep five and are equipped with electricity, A/C, heat, microwave, a porch swing, picnic table and outdoor fire pit with grill.   The cabins rent for $50 per night and are near a central restroom and water faucet.   Visitors will need to provide their own linens, cooking and kitchen utensils.   Click to reserve.

Lake Walcott

Cabins rent for $50 per night each. The one-room cabins sleep up to five on bunk beds and futons.  Cook outside on the grill-covered fire pit.  The cabins are powered, heated and air conditioned. Click to reserve.

Massacre Rocks State Park

Four one-room cabins rent for $50 per night each and sleep up to five on bunk beds and futons. Cook outside on the grill-covered fire pit. The cabins are powered and heated so you can even enjoy cross-country skiing in the winter (snow not included). Click to reserve.

Ponderosa State Park

Five cabins are nestled along the shore of Payette Lake. These cabins sleep up to eight people, have a fully equipped kitchen (full size stove, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, cookware, dinnerware, utensils, glasses, cutlery, bake ware, coffee maker, and toaster), a bedroom with queen bed, a double hide-a-bed in living room, two twin mattresses in the loft.  The decks have awesome views and easy lake and beach access.  Pets are not allowed at the cabins. Additional camping is not permitted at the cabins.   Ponderosa cabins rent for $75 - $150 per night.  A $10 registration fee and $100 cleaning deposit is also required.  Fees allow for two (2) motor vehicles for each cabin. Additional vehicles will be charged for each extra vehicle fee per night. Click to reserve.

  • Bear- Sleeps six, located near the Visitor Center; has open view of the lawn area and views of the lake. 

  • Wolf- Sleeps six; situated on a small bluff with an open view of the lake.  

  • Fox- Sleeps six; sits on a bluff adjacent to the Wolf cabin with an open view of the lake. 

  • Moose- Sleeps five, ADA accessible; situated on a bluff with views of the lake.  

  • Elk- Sleeps eight; nestled in the trees with filtered views of the lake.  

Priest Lake State Park

Play in the crystal clear water and on the sandy beaches of Priest Lake during the day, and spend the night in a rustic log cabin. Each cabin rents for $50 per night.  The two-room cabins sleep up to six people; the one-room cabins sleep five.  Cooking is outside on a grill-covered fire pit.  All are heated so you can cross-country ski in the winter (snow not included). Click to reserve.

Three Island Crossing State Park

Eight cabins rent for $50 per night each. These one-room cabins sleep up to five on bunk beds and futons. Cook outside on the grill-covered fire pit.   The cabins are powered, heated and air conditioned. Click to reserve.