Bruneau Dunes State Park boasts the tallest single-structured sand dune in North America with a peak rising 470 feet above the surrounding desert floor. Explore the dunes in your hiking boots or rent a sand board from the Visitor Center, but off-road vehicles are only permitted on the main road. You can also fish for bluegill in the lakes at the foot of the dune; unlock the mystery of the desert with a breathtaking hike or horseback ride; plan a group picnic or visit the Bruneau Dunes Observatory and gaze at the night sky through the Observatory's collection of telescopes.
82 serviced; 35 standard; 2 ADA campsites; 2 cabins (1 ADA)
Showers, flush toilets, dump stations, equestrian campground and trails
*Electricity is available in the campgrounds year-round. Water is turned off late fall to early spring, depending on weather conditions.
Ramps, electric motor boats only
Fish, boat, picnic, bird watch, hike, horseback ride, fly kites, star gaze, and rent a sand board from the Visitor Center and sled!
Shelters, conference rooms
Dune sled, ski and snowboard
Hike, bike, horse
Coyotes, Badgets, Antelope, Rabbits, Lizards, Scorpions, Ducks, Geese, Kestrels, Hawks, Herons