Located in the beautiful region of Idaho, you will find Castle Rocks State Park. Castle Rocks State Park is the perfect place for anyone that is looking for an adventurous day out in a historic place. This state park has historical roots from over two million years ago, providing past remnants and marvelous opportunities for all types of visitors that come to this state park today.
You will see pictographs of past Native Americans, the Natural Historic Trail, and 20th-century ranching within this park when you come here to stay. When you come to this state park, you will find many different amenities for your enjoyment. At this park, you can hike, camp, mountain bike, rock climb, and even horseback ride. You can also partake in fishing at this park as this park has many opportunities for fishers of all levels.
Dogs are also allowed at this park, but they must remain on a six-foot-long leash the entire time. During your stay, you must follow the rules and regulations that are enforced by the Idaho Parks and Recreation System. Dogs must be licensed, tagged, and vaccinated before they can come to this park, and female pups in heat and young pooches under four months old must remain back at home.
Dogs must be well-mannered before they come to this park as Castle Rocks State Park does not tolerate any aggressive behavior, and humans must watch over and clean up after their dogs while they are here. Humans should also bring dog bags and water for all of their adventures.
If you wish to camp at this park, you must request your reservation. Reservations can be made on the park's main website. Overall, Castle Rocks State Park is a great place to visit on any day. If you have a chance to come on over to Castle Rocks State Park, you will have a fabulous time.