10/1/20: Attention Campers: After September 30th, the park will become walk-up only, also known as First-Come, First-Serve. Reservations will no longer be accepted. Water to the RV loop and showers shutdown in mid-October.
- Despite colder night temperatures settling in, there will still be restrooms by the boat docks and by the klebe shelter. Sorry for any inconvenience.
- Reservations for the 9-month reservation window will begin Dec. 10, 2020.
- Be advised that motorized boating has been shut down for the season.
The well has be repaired and water is now available at the park.
The lake will be closing early this year. The Bureau of Reclamation is starting to lower it for Dam maintenance September 1st.
About the Park
Lake Walcott has a great disc golf course, awesome fishing opportunities, a canopied park perfect for group activities and a variety of campsites. Campers can set up primitive sites along the water’s edge. Several group camp sites for tent camping are also available as are fully serviced campsites and cabins.
Located on the edge of Idaho’s high desert, Lake Walcott offers a welcome refuge for water and wildlife lovers. Picnickers will love the grassy, shaded day-use area and disc golfers come from all over to play the world-class 21-hole course. The park is a great base from which to explore the Minidoka National Wildlife Refuge, which offers some of the best birding in southern Idaho.