MVEF Annuals can be purchased at any Idaho State Park and online.
We invite you to be an official Idaho State Park Junior Ranger.
Camping opportunities range from primitive to RV hookups and B&B’s. Challis Bison Kill Site Early inhabitants of the Round Valley acquired bison at the nearby Challis Bison Kill Site.
Archaeological excavations in 1970 provided a glimpse into the early use of bison.
Today, restored buildings, the tales of the miners and secluded cemeteries are all that remain.
Within six years, the mining communities of Custer and Bonanza sprang to life.
Primitive and developed camping opportunities are available on adjacent National Forest and BLM lands.
The Land of the Yankee Fork State Park brings to life Idaho's frontier mining history.
Idaho‘s State Park Passport is simply a sustainable way to pay for the maintenance and management of Idaho’s 30 cherished state parks.
For those Idahoans who choose to participate in the program, the Idaho State Parks Passport sticker will replace the per motor vehicle entry fee currently in place at state parks while also providing nightly discounts on camping. You can purchase a Motor Vehicle Entry Fee (MVEF) Annual and receive access to all of Idaho's State Parks and nightly discounts on camping.