Visitor Center open 8-6 (9-4 after October 3rd) phone 208-683-2425 CAMPING AREAS (REGISTRATION AT VISITOR CENTER. All open campgrounds are first come first served) WALDRON; (Showerhouse closed, Vault toilets only, Water off at sites Oct 3, Campground closes Nov 7) CORRAL (EQUESTRIAN USE); (Water off Oct 3, closes Nov 7) WHITETAIL; closed for season SNOWBERRY; closed for season GILMORE; closed for season RV DUMP STATION CLOSES Nov 7 (rinse water off Oct 3, Water fill available through Nov 7) CAMPING CABINS; (RESERVATIONS 1-888-922-6743) WILLOW CABINS available til Oct 22 WALDRON CABINS (open year round w/ reduced services fall through spring, and limited winter access) GROUP CAMP AREAS BY PARK RESERVATION ONLY, 208-683-2425 EAGLE BOAT LAUNCH, OPEN YEAR ROUND (after Nov 7 no winter road maintenance) BEAVER BAY BEACH, SUNRISE, WILLOW, DISC GOLF and FLYERS FIELD DAY USE AREAS OPEN 8am-7pm (9-4 after Oct 3, Beaver Bay Restroom closes Oct 3, All Day Use areas close for season Nov 7 or when winter conditions warrant)
North loop A is around 4 miles and loop B is around 6.5 miles, you can do either or combine. It is groomed in winter for fat bikes, but you can also x/c ski or snowshoe. The north loops allow dogs, which is a great option to share outdoor fun. Leashes are REQUIRED. There can be a fair amount of users so be respectful. There are additional x/c-only groomed trails south of the highway but they do not permit dogs.
I ski'd the B loop with my dog on the day after New Years in 15-degree weather and ran into 2 other skiers and 4 fat-bikers.
Enjoyable rolling terrain with a couple moderate hills to ski down and climb. 90% is winding through timber which is a great atmosphere, especially with a fresh snow load on the tree branches.
Farragut is a state park, so daily use fee or annual vehicle sticker is required.
The trail was so well maintained and clear, There were no trees down, or any sort of rock blockage on the trail.it was smooth and flowy on the mountain bike with no obsticals or technical sections. Other than the length of the trail i would rate it as a green/ easy. It is beautiful but the down side is that there was no view at the top.
Farragut State Park is a great place to go hiking,mountain biking,horse back riding,camping or just going for a picnic next to Lake Pend Oreille. The lake is 43 miles long,over 1,000 feet deep,over 6 miles wide at its widest point and is the largest body of fresh water in Idaho. The park has 4,000 acres to explore with some great views of the lake along with the chance to see the Mountain Bluebird - Idaho's state bird. There is a small entrance fee to use the park but it is well worth the price.