Bruneau Dunes Snapshot
64 miles south of Boise, ID
259 miles north of Ogden, UT
181 miles north of Elko, NV
115 miles southeast of Ontario, OR.
82 serviced; 31 standard; 5 group; 2 ADA campsites; 2 cabins (1 ADA)
Showers, flush toilets, dump stations, equestrian campground and trails
Electricity is available at RV sites, but their water has been shut off and flushing toilets/showers are closed for the winter. Water is available in the park at the Equestrian Campground and vault toilets are in all campgrounds. The observatory is closed for the winter.
Ramps, electric motor boats only
Fish, boat, swim, picnic, bird watch, hike, learn, horseback ride, sled, fly kites, star gaze, dune ski and sled
Group camp, shelters, conference rooms
Dune sled, ski and snowboard
Hike, bike, horse
Coyotes, rabbits, lizards, scorpions, ducks, geese, kestrels, hawks, herons
Guided walks, special programs, education center and observatory
Bruneau Canyon Overlook, CJ Strike Wildlife Management Area, Silver City historic mining town, Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area, Owyhee Uplands National Backcountry Byway
Purchase or rent
Sand boards are available for rent at the Visitors Center Nature Store for $15/day, and you can also purchase gifts, souvenirs, drinks and snacks there
Yes, all campgrounds and the visitor center
Yes. Do not leave unattended. Clean up after them, please.
Off-road vehicles are only permitted on the main paved road in the park, no dune riding is allowed.