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Round Lake Trail is a 1.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Sagle, Idaho that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length1.8 miElevation gain45 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashKid friendlyCampingFishingHikingNature tripsPaddle sportsWalkingBird watchingRunningBeachLakeViewsWildflowersWildlife
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Debi Griggs
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Patricia Primmer
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Patricia Primmer
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Linda Lemas
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Hiking

Amazing tree falls, birds, beaver dams, beautiful lake. Definitely worth it. Was listed as easy, but there are several sharp inclines and declines mixed in with the mostly level path around the lake, and at places, the path was very narrow and slippery with fallen leaves. So I'd definitely say it was easy and moderate both. And I wouldn't wait too long past early November for the leaves and dampers to make the trail too unstable. We took the lower trail that leads you right along the edge of the lake for the most part. the upper trail was wider and had a flatter more stable base, But we wanted to be closer to the lake.

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Anjelica D
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HikingFeeIcy

Gorgeous even with snow on the ground - went on a Tuesday late afternoon. There was minimal foot traffic and no one on the lake

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Anjelica D
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Alison Sandeen
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Hiking

Trail is great. Our 3 year old was able to walk the whole trail. Not good for strollers.

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Annie McConoughey
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Annie McConoughey
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Nicole Mills
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WalkingFeeGreat!

Gorgeous little walk. Plenty of shade and access to the water. Saw turtles and turkeys. Perfect for an evening walk. Would definitely do it again!

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Bradley Pocock
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Michelle Knight
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Hiking

Great trail!

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dana ray-snyder
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Walking

Second time walking out there. First time we took the Stewardship Trail, which is wide, mostly flat and leads away from the lake. This time we took the Trappers trail which is a little more natural and is much closer to the lake. Lots of tree roots and such. Still an easy walk and great views of the lake.

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Jennifer Aileen
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Running

Great fun family trail and good conditions for trail running.

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Vicky Salinas
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Hiking

This is a family friendly easy hike. Less than 2 miles round trip. The trail goes along the shore then down past a beaver dam and across the creek before looping up above the lake. Looking across the lake you will see the boat docks and beach. There are several lovely bridges and boardwalks to cross as you walk through the tall pines, past giant Cedars, ending near the marsh area which is lined with ferns and skunk cabbage. This is wonderful place to hike and to enjoy the day. Bring the kids, kayaks, and fishing poles. There is beach and swimming area and several picnic tables. State Park pass required.

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Raina Rausch
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Mountain biking

I rode this trail counter clockwise and I’m a beginner mountain biker. It was graded and easy to ride until the last section coming back, which was filled with roots and a few muddy spots. I should’ve probably gone up to the campground and parking area to finish the loop. Unless you want a technically difficult ride, I recommend sticking to the mountain bike trail which is not as close to the lake as the hiking trail.

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Jill Eberley
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Hiking

Bring mosquito repellent !! Family friendly, great place for a walk and picnic after

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John Siemers
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Lisa Manske
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HikingBugsFee

We did this June 18, 2020, with kids and everyone enjoyed it. Parts were VERY muddy. A wonderful variety of plants and views. Almost the entire trail has good shade so this would be great in warmer weather. Mosquitoes definitely present but not as bad as I expected, considering it rained last night. NOTE-- OBSERVED STINGING NETTLE right by the bridge toward the eastern side of the lake.

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Simon Moore
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had a great hike with kids (agred 6&8). some trees have come down but trail in good shape now and lots of interpretive signs. saw various ospreys, eagles etc. took is about 90 mins with kids. muddy in places given recent rain.

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Will Galkin
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We had a enjoyable time. This is an easy hike. There are lots of bugs. Some of the trees are down due to an ice storm.

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Amy Hern
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Hiking

Very nice and easy trail to get away from the crowd. Muddy in some areas in spring, and lots of mosquitoes in summer. Great fishing access, too

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Linda Bruner
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HikingMuddy

Nice trail. All downed trees were cleared. It was muddy in places and a little tricky on the far side of the lake. We took the longer route and went 2.7 miles. The mosquitoes were bad.

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Gina Hall
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Hiking

We took the Stewardship Trail which adds another .8 miles. A little blowdown and mud but easy to navigate around. Clean. No dog poop.

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R Aker
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Pleasant surprised by how well maintained this trail is, other than massive amounts of dog poop, even though there are trash cans and poop bags along the trail . It was great for young children and really pretty. There are quite a few off shoots of trails through the woods so, we wandered and didn't make it all the way around, maybe next time.

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Vicky Wright
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Hiking

This is one of my go-to hikes. I take kids, dogs, family, friends, whoever I can drag along! It is a beautiful, easy hike. I like that you see water practically the whole way. It goes all the way around the lake. There are nice bridges across the inlet & outlet creeks. You can also go farther on other trails through the woods, your choice. You can see bald eagles, blue herons, ducks, moose, deer, etc. The frogs are amazing, although 2 years ago something wiped them ALL out! The lake is nice to kayak on, especially in a full moon, and the campground is nice. There is a muddy area in early spring on the southeast side, but it goes away as soon as it warms up. They maintain the trail very well. There are also very good interpretive signs along the way. They are building a brand-new picnic shelter right now. Good area for winter sports, too. Can mt bike the long trails. Trails are well marked.

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