Lake Cascade State Park facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsLake Cascade State Park
IUCN Category V (Protected Landscape/Seascape)
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|Location||Valley County, Idaho, United States|
|Nearest city||Cascade, Idaho|
|Area||500 acres (200 ha)|
|Elevation||4,828 ft (1,472 m)|
|Designation||Idaho state park|
|Administrator||Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation|
|Website||Lake Cascade State Park|
Lake Cascade State Park is a public recreation area consisting of multiple units totaling 500 acres (200 ha) around Lake Cascade, an impoundment of the North Fork of the Payette River that covers 27,000 acres (11,000 ha) in Valley County, Idaho, United States. The state park includes 279 individual campsites in 10 developed campgrounds, six boat ramps, and opportunities for hiking, fishing, ice fishing, skiing, and bird watching.
This state park is home to waterfowl, deer, rainbow trout, raccoon, eagles, black bear, owls, fox, songbirds, badger, coho salmon, elk, cougar, hawks, smallmouth bass, perch, grizzly bear and skunk.
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