Lucky Peak State Park (Yurt Camping)
Open: All Year
Tents Allowed: No
Five distinct units can be found at this state park, three of which are located near Lucky Peak reservoir just 8 miles east of Boise. Discovery Park is a popular roadside park for picnics, walking your pet or fishing in the Boise River. Sandy Point, at the base of Lucky Peak Dam is most popular for its sandy beach and clear, cool water. Spring Shores offers lakeside access for water enthusiasts by providing two boat ramps, parking, a full-service marina, on-site watercraft rentals and convenience store.
The backcountry yurts offer solitude, cozy accommodations, spectacular sunrises and sunsets with access to over 50 miles of multi-purpose trails. May and June is the time to tune-up your mountain bikes and get ready to ride the trails people ski on in the winter. For additional yurt information, you can go to the Lodging page for back country yurts. Enjoy Nordic skiing? The Idaho City Park N' Ski area has great cross country ski and snowshoe areas. You can even ski to a yurt to extended your outdoor adventure.
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