Water-access at Niagara Springs, Crystal Springs Lake, and Box Canyon has been closed in response to the discovery of quagga mussels upstream at Centennial Water Park in Twin Falls. Visit agri.idaho.gov for updates and more information.
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Reserve your Backcountry Yurt

By phone: 1-888-922-6743

Idaho State Park yurts are circular, Mongolian-style domed tents. Every park yurt is about 20 feet in diameter with a plywood floor, canvas and hardwood sidewalls and a skylight. Each yurt can sleep up to five or six people and is built to withstand high winds, snow loads and summer heat. With lockable wood doors, windows with screens and storm flaps Idaho State Park yurts are a comfortable, peaceful and safe place to be, even in winter! Some parks allow pets in yurts, but please check with the park first.

Idaho City Backcountry Yurt Manual

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Idaho City Backcountry Yurts

If you really want to get away from it all, try an Idaho City Backcountry Yurt!

Park N’ Ski Pass

You will need a Park N’ Ski Pass to park up by the yurts.

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