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Progress!  We've found an Internet address for over  95% of al the State and National Parks, and most state forests and wildlife areas,  and we're adding address and contact information daily.  We're working to add  more statue and national Forests, Preserves, and Wildlife Management information (and other federal lands, like BLM and Corps of Engineers)  Details for each park remain in the future.  If you know about a property, we'll consider adding your description of up to 50 words.  We're unable to pay for this, but will gladly give authorship credit. Just drop us an e-mail.  And please, we always want to know if we've provided incorrect information, so let us know..  
 

Parks Idaho Castle Rocks - Cutthroat Trout

 
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  Castle Rocks SP   State Park            ID SP&R
 
http://www.idahoparks.org/parks/castle_rocks.html
 
e-mail   mailto:cit@idpr.state.id.us      208 824-5519
 
3035 Elba Almo Road
 
PO Box 169
 
Almo  ID      83312
 
granite spires on former ranch                               1240 acres

  Celebration Park  County Park    Canyon County P, R & Waterways
 
http://www.canyoncounty.org/parks_recreation.php
 
e-mail  mailto:thepark@canyonco.org  208 495-2745
 
5000 Victory Lane
 
Melba ID   83641
 
Notes  Archaeological park on the Snake River   Last Update  10/31/2006

 
City Of Rocks National Reserve National Park Service     NPS

  http://www.nps.gov/ciro  e-mail  CIRO_Ranger_ Activities_@nps.gov

  208 824-5519

  City of Rocks National Reserve

  P.O. Box 169

  Almo  ID   83312

    "We encamped at the city of the rocks, a noted place from the

    granite rocks rising abruptly out of the ground," wrote James

    Wilkins in 1849. "They are in a romantic valley clustered together,

    which gives them the appearance of a city."

   Recreation.gov

  City of Rocks SP  State Park             ID SP&R
 
http://www.idahoparks.org/parks/city-rocks.html
 
e-mail   mailto:cit@idpr.state.id.us  208 824-5519
 
3035 Elba Almo Road
 
PO Box 169
 
Almo    ID      83312
 
14300 acres

  Clearwater National Forest        USDA Forest Service     US FS

  http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/clearwater/  e-mail  Mailroom_R1_Clearwater@fs.fed.us

  208-476-4541

  12370 Highway 12

  Orofino ID   83544

    Located in north-central Idaho, lies the Clearwater National Forest.  The forest comprises 1.8 million acres that ranges in elevation  from 1,600 to nearly 9,000 feet. T

  Recreation.gov 

  http://www.reserveusa.com

 

  Clearwater River Recreation Area           Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  http://www.id.blm.gov/recreation/regions/northcentral.html

  e-mail  SMaurer@plia.org

  (208) 962-3245

  Upper Columbia - Salmon Clearwater

  Cottonwood Resource Area 
  1808 N. 3rd Street

  Coeur d`Alene   ID   83814

    The Clearwater River has an international reputation as one of the

    best steelhead fisheries anywhere. The river and US 12 are part of

    the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. Developed recreation

    sites are primarily for boating and fishing

   Recreation.gov

 

  Coeur d'Alene Lake       Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  http://www.id.blm.gov/recreation/trails/mirror.htm

  e-mail  klong@id.blm.gov

  208-769-5000

  1808 N. Third Street

  Coeur d'Alene    ID   83814

    The sparkling waters of Lake Coeurd'Alene, considered one of the

    most beautiful lakes in the world, offer many different kinds of

    outdoor recreational activities year-round in a setting of exceptional  scenic beauty.

   Recreation.gov

  Coeur d'Alene Parkway State Park            ID SP&R
 
http://www.idahoparks.org/parks/coeurd'alene.html
 
e-mail   mailto:coe@idpr.state.id.us  208 666-6711
 
2750 Kathleen Ave, Suite 1
 
Coeur d'Alene   ID      83815
 
northern shore of Lake Coeur d'Alene

  Cottonwood Recreation Site  Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  http://www.id.blm.gov/recreation/sites/cotton.htm

  e-mail  Challis_Office_ID-Email@blm.gov

  (208) 879-6200

  Challis Field Office

  801 Blue Mountain Road

  Challis  ID   83226

    6 campsites on the Salmon River. Fishing for cutthroat trout and

    rainbow trout. To access the Frank Church River of No Return

    Wilderness, take Morgan Creek Road west.

   Recreation.gov

 

  Craters of the Moon National Monument Bureau of Land Management  BLM

  http://www.id.blm.gov/craters/  e-mail  Richard_Vandervoet@blm.gov

  208-886-7288

  Upper Snake River District

  400 West F Street

  Shoshone   ID   83352-1522

  Established in 1924, Craters of the Moon National      

    Monument celebrated its 75th birthday in 1999.  The area is

    managed cooperatively by the National   Park Service and the  

    Bureau of Land Management.    

   Recreation.gov

 

  Craters Of The Moon National Monument & Preserve 
 
National Park Service     NPS

  http://www.nps.gov/crmo  e-mail  CRMO_Information@nps.gov

  208 527-3257

  Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve

  18 miles W of Arco on Hwy 20

  P.O. Box 29,  Arco   ID   83213

    A sea of lava flows with scattered islands of cinder cones and

    sagebrush describes this "weird and scenic landscape" known as

    Craters of the Moon. Craters of the Moon National  Monument and Preserve contains three major lava fields

   Recreation.gov
 

  Craters of the Moon Wilderness Wilderness.net  WILD

  http://www.wilderness.net/index.cfm?fuse=NWPS&sec=wildView&WID

  e-mail  info@wilderness.net

  406-243-6933

  College of Forestry and Conservation, Wilderness Institute

  The University of Montana

  Missoula   MT  59812

    The Craters of the Moon Wilderness now contains a total of

    43,243 acres and is managed by the National Park Service. All of

    the wilderness is in the state of Idaho.

    Recreation.gov


  Cutthroat Trout Campground      Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  http://www.publiclands.org/html/explore/site.asp?search=YES&back=S

  e-mail  SMaurer@plia.org

  (208) 478-6340

  Upper Snake River District

  Pocatello Resource Area 
 
1111 North Eigth Avenue

  Pocatello    ID   83201

    3 primitive campsites and 3 picnic areas on the Blackfoot River.

    Take out for those floating from the dam, or put-in for those floating  to Trail Creek or to Cedar Creek. This section of the river is Class II, and makes for easy floating or tubing

  Recreation.gov

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