Farragut State Park

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Farragut State Park is a state park in the state of Idaho. The 4000 acre (16 km²) park is located on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille in the Bitterroot Mountains. The Park was transferred to the state of Idaho by the US Navy, after the Farragut Navy Training Base was closed.

Park has 220 individual campsites, 6 equestrian sites, 10 camping cabins, 4 group camps, and multiple large group use areas including an outdoor amphitheater. Most sites have water, electricity and other services.

Scout camps

Scouts have left their marks on Visitor Center, Whitetail Campground, Locust Grove Group picnic area, the swim beach at Beaver Bay, the group area at Thimbleberry, the Farragut Amphitheater, and the friendship poles of the 1973 Jamboree.

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