Created in 1908, Heyburn State Park is the oldest park in the Pacific Northwest. Towering ponderosa pines give way to flower-filled meadows and placid waters. Visitors can enjoy the peaceful serenity of cottages, cabins and campsites and admire the work of the Civilian Conservation Corps who built many buildings within the park in the 1930s.
72 standard, 57 serviced (1 ADA), 2 cabins (1 ADA), 2 cottages
Showers, flush toilets, dump station, marina store
Launch, docks, marina
Camp, picnic, hike, mountain bike, cycle, swim, horseshoes, motorized and non-motorized boats, fish, water sports, waterfowl hunt, playground, wildlife viewing
Ice fishing, wildlife viewing, waterfowl hunting
Hike, bike, horse, access to 72-mile hard path (Trail of the Coeur d' Alenes)
Pike, Large/Small-Mouth Bass, Bullheads, Crappie, Perch, Sunfish, Bear, Elk, Moose, Osprey, Bald Eagles, Waterfowl, White Tail Deer, Wild Turkeys