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Winchester Lake State Park

1786 Forest Rd

The most popular activity at Winchester Lake is fishing for rainbow trout, which are planted regularly by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. Fishing for perch, tiger muskie, bass and blue gill is also popular. The lake provides excellent nutrients and supports large populations of all four species. Small boats are allowed; gasoline engines are not.

46 serviced, 22 standard,  3 ADA campsites, 4 yurts (1 ADA). Reservations can be made for Memorial Day through Labor Day for campsites and year-round for yurts.
Flush toilets and showers during the summer season, electricity and water available in our service loops, no sewer. There is a sewer dump station nearby in town.
Dock, ramp, electric boats only, no gas engines.
Camp, picnic, hike, cycle, mountain bike, fish, boat, playground, wildlife and wildflower viewing, snowshoe, Nordic skiing, ice fishing
Shelter, ampitheatre, camp, yurts
Nordic skiing, snowshoe, ice fishing
Hike, bike, Nordic
Rainbow Trout, Perch, Tiger Muskie, Bass, Blue Gill, White-tailed Deer, Muskrats, Bald Eagles


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