The 18-hole disc golf course at Massacre Rocks State Park is open as is nine-hole Ace course.
Disc golf is located on the rugged Snake River Canyon. The park’s 7 miles of biking and hiking trails are open. They go through sage and juniper country. Launching a boat at Snake River is difficult as the water is low. The area is known for climbing routes on nearby cliffs.
Massacre Rocks is Native American history. Register Rock which is located 2 miles from the park is home to a boulder that has the signatures of Oregon Trail emigrants.
The park is located at 201 miles east of Boise on Interstates 84 and 86. Driving takes about three and a half hours time.
The water would not be turned on to individual campsites till 1st May 2013, until the temperatures go above freezing. As of now the temperature is 50s during the day and 30s at night.
The restrooms at Parks visitor center can be used by Visitors.
The park charges $14 per night for standard campsites, $22 to $38 for serviced campsites and $50 for cabins. Campers need to add $5 under motor vehicle entry fee or can avail their annual state parks pass.