ATTENTION: Harriman State Park of Idaho is a waterfowl and wildlife refuge. Dogs must be on a leash at all times and are not permitted beyond the parking lots at the main trails. The Harriman Hounds Trail, going out into the National Forest and outside the Wildlife Refuge, is groomed during the winter and is the only trail available for dogs. Please clean up after your dogs and put pet refuse in available Dog Waste Station at the start/end of the trail system.
There is a $7 Motor Vehicle Entrance Fee (MVEF) per vehicle to visit the Park and a $6 per day per person Winter Access Fee. You can purchase a 2022-2023 Winter Season Pass at the Visitor Center.
Groomed trails require equipment under feet.
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Please note: Harriman State Park is a waterfowl and wildlife refuge, therefore dogs are not permitted beyond the parking lots at the main trails.
Visitors to Harriman State Park during the winter season can enjoy numerous opportunities for outdoor recreation, lodging, photography, and wildlife viewing. The park offers 24 miles of groomed trails for a variety of winter activities.
- classic cross country skiing
- skate skiing
- fat-tire biking
The park is proud to offer multiple-use trails to serve a variety of visitors and outdoor enthusiasts in fulfilment of the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation’s mission to; “Improve the quality of life in Idaho through outdoor recreation, and resource stewardship.” We are innovators in outdoor recreation, committed to excellent service and resource stewardship. We foster experiences that renew the human spirit and promote community vitality.
In order for all to safely enjoy the trails they share, it is essential to extend courtesy to other users.
- Be aware of trail etiquette and yielding to other users
- Be mindful of any one-way trails.
- Those on snowshoes and fat-tire bikes need to be mindful of and stay off the groomed ski track.
- Fat-tire bikers should have a minimum width of 3.7-inch diameter tires with pressure of 5 P.S.I. or less. Also, be aware of trail conditions– Ride on the most firm part of the track. Do not ride in soft snow conditions; if you leave a rut deeper than 1 inch, it is too soft.
The park offers a variety of educational and experiential programs on Saturdays throughout the winter. Self-guided activities for kids, such as the Jr. Ranger and Jr. Snow Explorer Backpack programs are available every day!
- Motor Vehicle Entrance Fee: $7 per vehicle, Idaho State Parks Passport, or Annual Pass
- Winter Access Pass: Daily: $6 per person, Season Pass: $50 Individual, $75 Per Couple, $100 Per Family (Winter Access Fees are charged in addition to your Motor Vehicle Entry Fees). Gift Certificates are available. Call the park for details
For more information, please contact Harriman State Park at 208-558-7368 or email@example.com.
Address: 3489 Green Canyon Rd
Island Park, ID 83429
Phone: (208) 558-7368
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.