Where We Are, Directions & Travel Tips

 

Dog Bark Park is in North Central IdahoDog Bark Park is located in north central Idaho on US Hwy 95 at Cottonwood, Idaho.

Latitude = 46.057531 Longitude = -116.344491

We’re in the heart of the Camas Prairie where wheat, barley, canola, blue grass & hay are the dominant crops. Cottonwood, 944 population is the second largest community on the prairie. It has a compact downtown, regional medical center, Bureau of Land Management field office & nearby Monastery of St. Gertrude. Dog Bark Park is located approximately midway between Yellowstone & Glacier National Parks.

Sign at the entrance to Cottonwood Idaho

Getting Here by Air

The nearest commercial airport (LWS) is in Lewiston, Idaho, an hour’s drive away. Delta Connection carrier SkyWest and Horizon Air service the airport with several daily flights. Direct flights arrive from Salt Lake City, Boise & Seattle. Other regional airports:

  • Boise, Idaho 4 ½ hours
  • Spokane, Washington 4 hours
  • Missoula, Montana 4 hours

Drive Times

From the North

  • Lewiston, Idaho 1 hour
  • Moscow, Idaho 1 ½ hours
  • Spokane/Coeur d’Alene 4 hours
20 miles north of Grangeville Idaho

Dog Bark Park in Cottonwood Idaho is located in North Central Idaho.

From the South

  • Grangeville, Idaho 15 minutes
  • Riggins, Idaho 1 hour
  • McCall, Idaho 2 hours
  • Boise, Idaho 4 ½ hours
  • Salt Lake City 11 hours

From the West

  • Walla Walla, WA 3 hours
  • Richland, WA 5 hours
  • Seattle/Portland 7-8 hours

From the East

  • Kooskia, Idaho 1 hour
  • Missoula, MT 4 hours
  • Bozeman, MT 8 hours

All driving times are approximate.   “The big dog is a truly unique experience and we are so glad we planned our trip so we could stay there.” – Martha, Murfreesboro, TN

Travel Tips

Due to the varied terrain in the region, cell phone access is limited or non-existent in some parts of north central Idaho.

Marked rest stops are safe, clean and few along the way.

We’re happy to suggest interesting places to stop along your travel route to Dog Bark Park. Travel well and enjoy the scenic rivers, mountains, canyons & open countryside.

The ‘big dog’ awaits your arrival!         Sleep somewhere with a story!