Round Lake State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Round Lake is a small, relatively shallow (about 37 feet at its deepest), circular (as its name implies) glacial lake only a few miles south of Pend Oreille, and one of Idaho’s older state parks (established in 1965). It’s a good place for boating and swimming, and a beach area is close to the campground.
This is a well-shaded area, with ponderosa pines and Douglas firs dominating among the many tall trees. Wildlife is abundant in the area; keep a lookout for the black bears, and watch as well for raccoons, porcupines, white- tailed deer, and many others. Fishing is said to be good in the lake as well, because a variety of trout species hang out there."