Robie Creek Park is a secluded day use area at the confluence of Mores Creek and Robie Creek on the edge of the Boise National Forest.
Robie Creek Park has a playground facility, six shade shelters each with a table and stand-up grill, three vault toilets, and one group shelter with 10 picnic tables, high-top serving counters, two large grills and a hot coal bin.
Routine drawdown of Lucky Peak Lake to supply irrigation requirements begins August 14th. This will lower the lake two to three feet daily putting all dock strings connected to the shoreline out of use in a few days. Ramps will be closed as they become unusable.
There is an emergency phone at the entrance of the Park.
No glass or pets are allowed on the beach.
This park is day use only, open from sunrise to sunset.
Parking is first come first serve. Recommended arrival time is before 11 a.m.
This park is alongside the seasonal Robie Creek in the foothills of the Boise Front. Basalt canyons, ponderosa pines, granite outcrops, and steep loose slopes can be seen from the area.
The lake provides great boating opportunities with Robie Creek Launch Area a short walk away. The park area has a playground and buoyed swimming area.
9723 E Hwy 21 Boise ID 83716
For campground inquiries, please call: 208-343-0671
From the intersection of Warm Springs Road and Highway 21, turn onto northbound Highway 21 towards Idaho City. Continue straight along Highway 21 for 9.2 miles, passing by Lucky Peak Dam and the Forest Service Nursery. Continue straight after crossing the Mores Creek "High Bridge" another 2.3 miles. Approximately mile-marker 21, as the road begins its decent into Mores Creek canyon and the speed limit reduces from 55MPH to 45MPG, prepare to make a hairpin left turn onto Robie Creek Road. Continue straight along Robie Creek Road, passing Mores Creek Park, to Robie Creek Park. Pass by Robie Creek Launch Area on your left and arrive at a large graveled parking area 100 feet down the road on the right. You are now at Robie Creek Park.