Lake Walcott State Park - Visit Southern Idaho
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Overnight at Lake Walcott State Park

Lake Walcott is an excellent spot for a day trip, but it’s even better as a weekend or week long getaway. Lake Walcott has a great disc golf course, awesome fishing opportunities, a canopied park perfect for group activities and a variety of campsites. Campers can set up primitive sites along the water’s edge. Several group campsites for tent camping are also available as are fully serviced campsites and cabins.

There are 22 serviced campsites, 18 standard, 1 group and 2 cabins for rent. There are also picnic shelters and group campsites for large gatherings.

Guests will also enjoy boat ramp, grills, indoor restrooms and showers, fire rings and life jacket loaner stations. Plus, bring your disc golf gear and enjoy one of the best courses in the state. The mature landscape and lakeside proximity make it a great destination all year.

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