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PARK UPDATE:

Thursday, July 29, 2021: Sandy well water at Eagle Island State Park has forced the shutdown of restrooms, drinking fountains and the water slide. While the park remains open, visitors are urged to bring their own drinking water. Portable restrooms have been installed.

Park officials said the shutdown protects the facility’s plumbing and slide machinery, which could be ruined by sand. A consultant has been brought in to examine the water supply well and to suggest potential remedies. There is currently no estimate as to when the water service will be restored.

Sand appeared in the water earlier this month and the problem has grown worse in recent days.

General Information:

  • Pack-It-In, Pack-It-Out Policy: Many trash bag roll stands have been placed throughout the park. Several dumpsters have been placed in the parking lot for your use.
  • Shelter reservation fee is Non-Refundable.
  • Groups of 100-150 must reserve both the Kestrel and Osprey shelters.
  • Groups of more than 150 must apply for a Group Use Permit (GUP).
  • All motor vehicles entering the park must pay the $7.00 entrance fee or display a valid Idaho State Parks Passport.
  • Amplified music shall not exceed a maximum of 65 decibels at 100 feet distance.
  • The park closes at sunset.
  • Pets must be on a leash at all times and owners are responsible for pet clean up.
  • Cleanup of tables and shelter area is the responsibility of the reserving party.
  • The person making this reservation is responsible for informing all group members, caterers, and rental companies of the above information.
  • Bounce houses are only allowed at the Kestrel and Osprey shelters. (1 maximum).
Harrier Shelter

Harrier Shelter

  • $120.00 pe rday / 100 people maximum
  • Size of Shelter:  Length 36 feet and Width 26 feet
  • One grill that is 36” x 38”
  • 6 tables 15 feet long
  • Electricity is available-four outlets
  • Water is available 40 feet away

Kestrel Shelter

  • $120.00 per day / 100 people maximum  
  • Size of Shelter:  Length 30 feet and Width 40 feet
  • One grill that is 36” x 38”  
  • 8 tables: Four 8 feet long and four 15 feet long  
  • Electricity is available-four outlets  
  • Water is available 40 feet away
Kestrel Shelter
Falcon Shelter

Falcon Shelter

  • $60.00 per day / 50 people maximum
  • Size of Shelter:  Length 31 feet and Width 27 feet
  • One grill that is 33″ x 32″
  • 3 tables 15 feet long
  • Electricity is available-four outlets
  • Water is not available

Osprey Shelter

  • $60.00 per day / 50 people maximum  
  • Size of Shelter:  Length 31 feet and Width 27 feet  
  • One grill that is 33″ x 32″  
  • 3 tables 15 feet long  
  • Electricity is available-four outlets  
  • Water is not available
Osprey Shelter

Current Conditions

Contact the Park

Address: 165 S Eagle Island Pkwy
Eagle, ID 83616
Phone: (208) 939-0696
Hours of Operation: Day-use locations within state parks are open from 7 am to 10 pm, per Idaho state code 26.01.20 (5). Day-use hours may change based on park manager discretion.

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