Harriman State Park

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Harriman State Park
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Jen Hales
Idaho Falls, ID7 bijdragen
jan. 2022
I love hiking in the summer and snowshoeing during winter in Harriman State Park. It's a beautiful, quiet area with great trails.
Geschreven op 16 mei 2022
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LABDRB
582 bijdragen
sep. 2021 • Stellen
So glad we discovered this park! Harriman State Park lies within a 16,000-acre wildlife refuge in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem in Idaho. Did catch a glimpse of the park’s famed Trumpeter Swans. 🦢 Hiked/walked about 5 miles on well marked trails. The property was a cattle ranch and private retreat for the Harriman and Guggenheim families. Some structures are still standing and can be toured, and there are some overnight accommodations. Lots of waterfowl, so bring the binoculars. $5.00 per car for entry. Hiking boots not necessary but watch where you are stepping, as there are multi- use trails, we actually saw one white leisure horse 🐴 on the trail while we were there!
Geschreven op 12 september 2021
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RC30319
Atlanta, GA1.286 bijdragen
aug. 2021
Lots of good hiking and supposedly Horse trails (we didn't see any). Trails are basically easy and flat and meander along lakes and rives mostly. Lots of good wildlife and fishing if you are into that. Good way to spend a day or just a few hours.
Geschreven op 30 augustus 2021
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Betsy O
Kempner, TX73 bijdragen
jul. 2021 • Stellen
A hidden little gem if you just want to see nature with minimal human contact. We hiked just over five miles and the views we awesome! We spotted ducks, swans, otters, and pelicans to name a few. We finished our hike with a packed lunch at one of the picnic areas.
Geschreven op 17 juli 2021
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RiverReader
Elko, NV137 bijdragen
okt. 2020
It was beautiful. Fish rising, ducks flying over, a few (but not too many thank good ness) people hiking and biking. We fished.
Geschreven op 11 oktober 2020
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Trina
Salt Lake City, UT372 bijdragen
jun. 2020 • Stellen
Please, if in the area stop at the Harriman Wildlife Refuge. The 11,000 acre park is stunning! There’s small cabins where docents will share the local area history. You can take a self guided walking tour of the refuge and view all kinds of wildlife. Posted signs help you keep your bearings, and assist in determining the length of walk you prefer. There’s a small $5 day use fee, but exploring the area by foot was well worth the cost.
Geschreven op 22 september 2020
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karoleigh
North Carolina3.174 bijdragen
aug. 2020 • Stellen
The park fee is only $5 and it’s totally worth it. There was an office where we could stop in and ask about the trails. A pleasant young lady in the park office told us about her favorite trail, which was Silver Lake. There was a detailed map with plenty of trails. After leaving Yellowstone and arriving at this uncrowded place, we were thrilled.

They have horseback riding there if you like horseback riding. The cost was reasonable. They charge $35 an hour and $20 an hour after one hour.

If you choose to go there, wear pants to keep mosquitoes off of your legs. Use mosquito repellent because there is a lot of water there, hence mosquitoes.

Enjoy the park!
Geschreven op 25 augustus 2020
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pfefmeister
San Francisco, Californië2.434 bijdragen
jul. 2020 • Stellen
This was the collapsed center of a volcano eons ago. Now, the lovely Henry’s Fork meanders through the property, with well maintained trails along with a historic ranch. I fished the river, but the water level was quite low and warm and did not have success. Nonetheless, standing in the water admiring this perfect slice of nature was worth the visit. My wife went on a tour of the ranch while I fished, and she said it was outstanding.
Geschreven op 21 juli 2020
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Angela N
Fayetteville, AR176 bijdragen
jun. 2020
This is a review of the Dormitory rented to groups. I could find no information on it, so I thought I'd leave a detailed review for others looking for good information on the dormitory and the kitchen.

First the kitchen and dining - it is set up to cook for 40 people. It is a full commercial kitchen (minus dishwasher). It has extra-large pots and pans for the oven and stovetop, plus all utensils and good butcher knives. Look around in every cabinet and in the storage room. I didn't see the 5 muffin pans - my husband found them after I had baked muffins without the pans - they are there. If you wanted a crockpot, you need to bring it but there is a warming/serving type 4 pot "crockpot"in the storage room. The big griddle was a huge plus. We cooked pancakes, sausage, fajita's, etc on that and made quick work of cooking for 30 people. There is also plenty of plates, cups, glasses, bowls, and silverware for 40+ people. There are plenty of pitchers for water, tea, etc. The restaurant-style coffee maker is difficult to figure out. There are instructions on paper, find the instructions and good luck, but once you figure it out it is fine. Add extra coffee, it was weak when we added our normal amount. Basically plus it in. The bottom should already be full of water. After it has had time to heat up, add your coffee then add 1.75 quarts of water - make sure your pot is in place as it starts running out immediately. That is my best advice on that. I hope I got it right.

The grill on the back porch is large and a good charcoal grill. There is central heat in this building. There is a men's and women's bathroom in this building. They provide toilet paper and there are numerous salt and pepper shakers that were mostly filled, as well as some paper towels and vegetable oil. There were also coffee filters (takes extra-large ones). There are oven mitts and a few dish towels and rags, not many though.

There is a firepit out to the front side of the dormitory. I wish it had benches or seats like the one next door at the education center has. They brought us some chairs from there, once we asked about it. There is plenty of firewood for fires and for heat in the dormitory.

The dormitory is just that. The cubicles are open at the bottom and top, probably a foot at each. There are doors and 4 walls and they are about 6 feet by 10 feet with the ceiling sloping down and a clothes bar across the lower part. Each has one set of bunk beds, except one room which is larger and has 2 sets in it. There is a man's bathroom and women, both have 2 showers and 2 toilet stalls. They are large and they have a heater in them. Hand soap is provided. The dormitory does not have heat outside of a large woodburning stove. We didn't know that and it was turning quite cold while we were there and we were pretty afraid that our sleeping bags wouldn't be enough. We were wrong. With just a moderate fire built we stayed toasty and upstairs stays much warmer, some people were too hot (about 32 outside). We never built a huge fire, just a small to moderate one. There is a table and benches at the front entrance downstairs by the woodstove and 4 chairs, coffee table, and two recliners (that don't recline anymore) in the upstairs landing. You need your own sleeping bags, pillows, and towels. If you are ok sleeping in semi-open, then this is great for groups. We were all family and this worked for us. The older ones of us were not too thrilled about bunk beds but it worked and we knew that going in. You don't get keys to lock up but it seemed safe. Bring mosquito spray they were bad.

We love Harriman State Park. We have visited before and plan to do so again. If you have a larger group than 40, ask about the building next door as it has several 1 bedroom rooms (with full-size beds). We did not know it was right next to it. The staff and rangers are great. Go - have fun and enjoy. It is 35 minutes to Yellowstone.
Geschreven op 21 juni 2020
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mtzstang
Fargo, ND50 bijdragen
feb. 2020
We snowshoed 7 miles and their trails are beautiful and well maintained. The staff was very helpful and I plan to go back.
Geschreven op 13 februari 2020
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