Greetings Farragut friends, and happy November!
Today starts the annual archery hunting season in the park which runs through December 1st.
If you have any questions about the areas open for hunting, please stop in at the visitor center and grab a map.
The Waldron campground will close today as well as the gates for the day use areas.
You will continue to see equipment working along the boat launch road. The goal is to have an overflow parking area in place to help with the high use the launch gets mid-summer.
About the Park
Once a World War II-era naval training station, this 4,000-acre park now provides camping opportunities with 223 individual sites, 10 camping cambins, and 7 group camps.
Located on the southern tip of Lake Pend Oreille in the Coeur d’Alene Mountains of northern Idaho, Farragut State Park offers unique scenery, history and an abundance of recreational opportunities, including disc golf, a radio-controlled airplane field, fishing, hiking, biking, equestrian facilities and World War II history — don’t miss the Museum at the Brig during your visit.