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Farragut State Park

13550 E. Hwy. 54

Located on the southern tip of Lake Pend Oreille in the Coeur d' Alene Mountains of northern Idaho, Farragut State Park offers unique scenery, history and an abundance of recreational opportunities, including disc golf, radio-controlled airplane field, fishing, hiking, biking, equestrian facilities and even World War II history - don't miss the Museum at the Brig during your visit.


Shasta Daniel

Sunday, July 29, 2018
It was a really great time with my family, I know we made some lasting memories. We will definitely be going back. Just make sure when you go do different activities, you drive! It seems like everything is close together, but it's not. Walking took up most of our time do we weren't able to do everything we planned.

Zachary Elliston

Saturday, July 14, 2018
one of the best campgrounds I've found, however my rating has gone down thanks to the snarky attitudes of anybody at the front desk. Whether you are there in person or especially if you call you will be treated poorly. I have yet to interact with a member of the front desk that didn't act like they didn't want to be there. I'm still coming back though -- you only have to interact with them once and the campsite is very well maintained. Their attitudes definitely shouldn't just be glossed over though

Chris Savage

Tuesday, May 29, 2018
It's secluded, so quiet. The spaces are nice and have picnic tables and a fire pit. Plenty of room. However, there is no sewage connection available, only water and electric. Since my tanks are small, that means disconnecting and packing up to go to the dump station every couple of days. For Verizon 4G I get 1 or 2 bars. Barely any data, so internet is out. Finally, no Good Sam discount available.

Darryl Bates

Tuesday, July 24, 2018
Two stars so I will share my two main reasons. 1) I arrived to my camp spot with my two ATV's behind my truck on my my trailer and was informed that if I unloaded them in the park I would have to pay $5 per machine per day fee because they treat them like extra vehicles. Also I would have to "always keep them on the pavement". But I could only use them on the park roads on my way in or out of the park. I could not use them to go to the disc golf, water, other camp sites, or go to the bathrooms from our site as to not disturb the other campers. Are you kidding me? 2) My daughter came up to spend the day with us and bought a one day parking pass because she didn't think she would stay the night. She ended up staying too late to drive home before dark so she slept in our spare tent and had planned to go get another day pass first thing in the morning. The visitors station where you get the pass opens at 9am. At 8:30 we got up to go get the day pass and she was ticketed already. WTH? She explained it all at the visitors center when she paid the fine and paid for the new day pass. My opinion of the way they handled it was that they could care less. Also over priced on just about everything they sell.

Marcie Taylor

Thursday, June 21, 2018
This park is really a treasure in North Idaho. It has wonderful hiking, swimming and boating in Lake Pend Oreille, camping, and mountain biking. Boat launch and trailer parking. Visitor Center is very interesting. The Museum at the Brigg is fabulous; full of World War II memorabilia.

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