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Massacre Rocks

Massacre Rocks State Park, Idaho

Massacre Rocks derives its name from a wagon party skirmish with Native Americans, but don't let its grim name deter you. With the bloodshed long gone, all that's left is the stoic land that exudes a Read more...
Massacre Rocks derives its name from a wagon party skirmish with Native Americans, but don't let its grim name deter you. With the bloodshed long gone, all that's left is the stoic land that exudes a calm ambiance. An extinct volcano and gigantic boulders give hints of the area's storied past, and it'll be hard not to study the land as you hike along with your friends. Keep an eye out for eagles and coyotes, or search out a beaver dam for some photo opps. Frolfers will love the disc golfing holes catered to them, and both motorized and non-motorized boating means you can explore the waters in whichever way you see fit. Whether you're playing a game of basketball or just checking out the unique plant life, Massacre Rocks quickly comes to life with the right people around.
Massacre Rocks Campground
Open to the public from the mid-1900s, Massacre Rocks Campground is a geological gem stone. With its...
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