The Coeur d’Alene Tribe owns Coeur d’Alenes Old Mission State Park. Lake Cascade and Lake Walcott state parks are managed under an agreement with the property owner, the Bureau of Reclamation. City of Rocks National Reserve is operated jointly with the National Park Service. IDPR owns some of the land, including nearby Castle Rocks State Park, and the Bureau of Land Management owns some. At Land of the Yankee Fork State Park, the property at Custer and Bonanza is owned by the Forest Service. The ATV/motorbike trail that runs between the historic Bayhorse townsite and the visitor center near Challis crosses both BLM and Forest Service property.
Winchester Lake State Park, below, was created in 1968, about the time this picture was taken. The park belongs to the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, but it is managed by the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation through an agreement. It features a secluded campground, several rental yurts, hiking trails, and many fishing piers. The nearby Wolf Education and Research Center, operated by the Nez Perce tribe, is a major attraction.