• Photographed by Tom Holman

Round Lake State Park encompasses a 58-acre, glacially created, pothole lake encircled by coniferous forest. A foot trail around the lake and along Cocolalla Creek takes you under canopies of a wide variety of Idaho’s trees. The lake supports nesting Osprey and Great Blue Heron. A great place to camp and fish. Numerous bird species include Northern Flicker, Steller’s Jay, Mountain Bluebird, Cedar Waxwing, and Western Tanager. Ducks and geese use the lake until late winter.

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