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Heyburn State Park, ID
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Heyburn State Park is the oldest state park in the Pacific Northwest, created by an act of Congress in 1908. Heyburn includes approximately 5,800 acres of land and 2,300 acres of water. Much of the early construction was performed by Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the 1930s. Today, many of these facilities are still in use the CCCs proud legacy.
Recreational opportunities are numerous. Boating, waterskiing, sailing, canoeing, swimming, fishing, bird watching and wildlife viewing are all popular pursuits. Trails for the hiker, biker and horseback rider are often shaded by 400 year-old Ponderosa Pine. The "Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes," one of the most spectacular and popular trails in the western United States, runs directly through the park. The park offers two convenient trailheads where you can bike the 3,100 foot bridge/trestle across the St. Joe River for outstanding views of Benewah Lake and the surrounding area.
Heyburn has 3 campgrounds. Hawleys Landing Campground and Chatcolet Campground are available for reservations. Benewah Campground is a first-come first-served campground.
Heyburn State Park has three rental cottages which are available year round. There is a three night minimum stay weekends and holidays.
Heyburn has two one-room, 12'x12' sleeper cabins which are available year round.
ROCKY POINT MARINA
This full service Marina offers access to a public dock, boat launch, store, fuel, and boat rentals. The convenience store stocks snacks, beverages, fishing gear, and ice.PICNIC SHELTERS
The park has four covered picnic shelters. These shelters can be reserved for your get-together by calling the park at 208-686-1308.
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Heyburn State Park is located between the towns of Plummer, ID and St. Maries, ID on Highway 5.
Take Highway 95 to Plummer, Idaho. At Plummer take Highway 5 traveling east.
Travel approximately 6 miles and at the bottom of a steep winding grade you will take a left onto Chatcolet Road.
Hawley's Landing Campground will be the first right. The Visitor's Center is visible as soon as you turn onto Chatcolet Road.
Follow Chatcolet Road approximately 2 miles to get to Chatcolet Campground.
Mailing Address:Heyburn State Park
1291 Chatcolet Road
Plummer ID 83851
Phone Number:Information: (208)686-1308