Help us protect the trees within the park by adhering to Round Lake’s hammock policy. Using thin straps cuts into bark, leaving trees vulnerable to insects, animals, and disease.
- All hammocks need at least 1-to-1.5 inch straps
- Trees should be 6 inches in diameter
- Hammock webbing must be at least 1-inch wide
About the Park
Round Lake State Park is a beautiful forested park in the northern panhandle of Idaho. It sits on the edge of a 58-acre lake where flocks of Canada geese pass over towering pine, hemlock and larch trees and ospreys plunge for perch. Hikers will discover beaver lodges and may see a glimpse of a resident moose, while anglers listen to a chorus of bullfrogs, ducks and Red-winged Blackbirds, as they cast for rainbow trout or bass.
Round Lake offers many standard campsites and 16 serviced sites with water and electricity, plenty of shade, and scenic beauty.