Hike With Your Dog

the site where you won't be able to wipe the wag off your dog's tail

IDAHO

National Parks With Hiking

City of Rocks National Reserve

Craters of the Moon National Monument
Dogs are not allowed on the trails in this park

Links to National Forests With Hiking

Boise National Forest
Caribou-Targhee National Forest
Clearwater National Forest
Curlew National Grassland
Idaho Panhandle National Forest
Nez Perce National Forest
Payette National Forest
Salmon-Challis National Forest
Sawtooth National Forest
 
State Parks With Hiking
Idaho State Parks


Dogs are not allowed in beach areas or at Eagle Island and Harriman State Parks and at Sandy Point Beach in Lucky Peak State Park.



Bruneau Dunes State Parkbruneaudunes.html 

City of Rocks State Parkcity-rocks.html 

Dworshak State Park
dworshak.html 

Farragut State Park
farragut.html 

Hells Gate State Park
hellsgate.html 

Henrys Lake State Park
henrys.html 

Heyburn State Park
heyburn.html 

Malad Gorge State Parkmaladgorge.html 

Mary Minerva McCroskey State Park
mccroskey.html 

Massacre Rocks State Parkmassacre.html 

Old Mission State Parkoldmission.html 

Ponderosa State Park
ponderosa.html 

Round Lake State Park
round.html 

Three Island Crossing State Park threeisland.html

Winchester Lake State Parkwinchester.html 

Yankee Fork State Parkyankeefork.html 


















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Your Dog's Favorite Hikes In Idaho

Submitted by Amanda
I enjoyed Mineral Ridge, about 20 minutes east of Coeur d'Alene. The free information booklet is wonderful and there weren't many people so I let my dogs off the leash. The water faucet at the park is sometimes turned off,
so bring your own water before hand. A nice easy/moderate 1-3 hour hike with breath-taking views for such an easy hike.

Submitted by Matt
Dogs are allowed on all the trails in the Boise foothills in Idaho. Some of the trails are even off-leash trails. If you are interested in more info let me know. Boise is very dog friendly.


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