Bruneau Dunes State Park
27608 Bruneau Sand Dunes Rd
Bruneau, ID 83604
About Bruneau Dunes State Park
The high desert south of Mountain Home rises 470 feet above a small lake and the national park includes desert dunes, prairies, lakes and wetlands, with opportunities to observe nocturnal species. Activities include hiking, camping, fishing, bird watching, canoeing and other outdoor activities, as well as hiking and camping.
No vehicles are allowed on the dunes, but climbing is allowed, and the visitor center provides information about the park's activities, as well as access to a picnic area and other facilities.
Two cottages can be rented at Bruneau Dunes State Park for $10 a day, $15 a week or $50 a year.
Bruneai Dune behaves like any other national park in the Great Lakes region of Wisconsin, Except for one thing: it's free.
Campers often come in March and enjoy the warm weather in the park until the fall, but campers can also rent two cottages in the park for $10 a day, $15 a week or $50 a year. Each campsite has plenty of shady trees and shelters, and you can add a picnic table, a fireplace, picnic tables and other amenities such as water, showers and toilets.
A small lake at the foot of the dunes offers excellent fishing for perch and bluefin, and fishing with a swimming hose and a small boat on the edge of the water is a popular activity.
The Bruneau Dunes Observatory invites you to gaze at the stars and take a unique opportunity to see the night sky. Visitors can view a short orientation program and then explore the sky through the observatory's collection of telescopes. If you have never seen it, you should take a trip to the observatory to see the Milky Way and other stars and planets at night.
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