Welcome! If you’re curious about Lucky Peak Lake park areas and what they have to offer, you’ve come to the right place! We hope by exploring these pages you’ll find what you’re looking for and maybe a little more. Since completion of the dam in the mid 1950’s, Lucky Peak Lake has offered a variety of recreational and natural resource benefits. Our Recreation mission is to provide a safe and enjoyable recreating environment meeting public needs and to do so in balance with principled resource protection and environmental stewardship. This may entail our rangers directly contacting someone about park rules or regulations, or it could be through varied outreach efforts that inspire environmental ethics and promote safety around water. Our work is truly as diverse as the visitors we serve.
Located just 15 minutes from Boise’s greater urban area of approximately 500,000 residents and being the home of the nearest large water body open to recreation, Lucky Peak Lake experiences great and diverse pressures from a broad spectrum of visitors. Managing nearly 8,000 acres of public lands and waters in a manner that promotes multiple and diverse uses while minimizing conflicts is a privilege and a challenge our team gratefully accepts and continuously works to improve. As host to nearly one million visits each year, Lucky Peak Lake can’t be everything to everyone, but looking at its potential in a regional context, mindful of our strengths and resource limitations, we strive to deliver certain opportunities with excellence.
Please take a look around this site and see what opportunities may be here for you at Lucky Peak Lake. As works in progress, we welcome your comments and feedback regarding improvements to both Lucky Peak Lake park areas as well as the content available on this website. Please let us know how we can serve you better.
Lucky Peak Park Manager