Nearest Town: Lewiston
Site Size: 960 acres
Directions: From US 12, between Lewiston and Clarkston, just on the E side of the Snake River, turn S onto Snake River Ave; continue to state park.
Description: In the park, Mallard and Canada Goose can be seen year-round. During winter, Bufflehead and goldeneye are common. A Bald Eagle can often be found in the park during the winter. During the spring/summer, walk the riparian areas along the river or the brushy draws in the uplands for Western Bluebird, Yellow-rumped, Yellow, and Wilson’s Warblers, Western Tanager, Black-headed Grosbeak, Chipping, Savannah, Song, and White-crowned Sparrows, Bullock’s Oriole, Sharp-shinned and Cooper’s Hawks, Willow Flycatcher, Say’s Phoebe, California Quail, Western and Eastern Kingbirds, Bewick’s Wren, and Black-capped Chickadee. Along the river and at the mouth of Tammany Creek, look for American Avocet, Spotted Sandpiper, and Belted Kingfisher. At the south end of the park, check the rocky bluffs for Rock and Canyon Wrens, White-throated Swift, and 5 species of swallows. In the hills to the east, look for Red-tailed Hawks and Northern Harrier, as well as Horned Lark, Brewer’s, Vesper, Lark, Savannah, and Grasshopper Sparrows.
IDPR (208) 799-5015
Lewiston Chamber of Commerce 1-800-473-3543