Tent Sites
Drinking Water
About Steck Park

Steck Park offers access to Brownlee Reservoir along the Snake River from the Idaho side of Hell's Canyon. The park is at the southern end of the 56-mile-long reservoir, not far from the town of Weiser, Idaho. Brownlee is among Idaho's most heavily fished waters. Each year, about 10,000 visitors use the site to enjoy boating and prime catfish, crappie, and smallmouth bass fishing - considered the best in Idaho and Oregon.

Visitors can camp in two areas. The lower campground is in the older, shaded part of the park and provides 21 sites (16 of these for RVs). The newer area has 23 campsites, 4 of which are group sites. Steck Park also has two boat launching facilities including a ramp near the lower campground offering access for car-top boats and small trailered boats and an extended, low-water ramp (useable down to 2055' water level) at the far end of the park.

In addition to camp sites, the park has a potable water for every three sites, vault toilets, an RV dump station, and a fish cleaning station. Steck Park is a fee area - Day Use - $2.00; Tent Camping - $5.00/night; RV Camping - $8.00/night. There is a seasonal camp host on site. No reservations. First-come, first-served.

ADA Access: One campsite in the older portion of the campground is accessible.

Fee Info
RV-$8.00/night; tent-$5.00/night; day use (per vehicle)-$2.00/day
Bureau of Land Management
ADA Accessible
Drinking Water
No Electric Hookups
No Fires
No Pets
Picnic Table
Not Reservable
No Showers
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RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
No Sewer Hookups
No Water Hookups
No Pull-Through Sites
Steck Park is located in Idaho
44.3661 N
-117.2178 W
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Steck Park is located at the end of Olds Ferry Road 20 miles west of Weiser, Idaho. Weiser is located about 75 miles northwest of Boise, Idaho and approximately 20 miles north of Ontario, Oregon, along Idaho State Highway 95.
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