Eagle City Park is a 35 acre privately owned recreational gold prospecting / small scale mining park located in the Coeur d'Alene National Forest at the old townsite of Eagle City in North Idaho.
Eagle City Park is 25 miles from Interstate 90 via the Coeur d'Alene River Road from Kingston, Idaho (Exit 43). The park is between Prichard and historic Murray, Idaho at 439 Eagle Creek Road, Wallace, ID 83873.
Eagle City was the site of the first gold rush to the Coeur d'Alene's and still holds the imagination of those who visit.
We have 2000 feet of gold bearing gravels in and along Eagle Creek. Access is easy as the site is mostly level.
Visitors and members can enjoy a wide range of activities including:
Gold Panning/ Sluicing/ Sniping/ Metal Detecting/ Outdoor Recreation/ Relaxing
and Best of all "You Keep All The Gold You Find!"
The Park is open Wednesday thru Sunday from 8am to 6pm. Or Monday and Tuesday by reservations only from mid-May thru mid-October, weather permitting. Call 208-699-8128 or 208-682-4661 for reservations.
The fee is $20 per family per day for day use. Limited dry camping is available at $20 per family per day or $40 per family per weekend which includes Friday setup. Ask about our weekly and monthly rates. A gate card for ingress & egress during your stay will be given to visitors upon registering. Reservations are recommended.
Gold pans, shovels, buckets, screens, vials, sluices, etc are available for purchase or rent. See List of Items to Bring
When visiting, please park to the LEFT as you pull into the Park. Proceed on foot to the visitor center, just past the gate. If closed, use the microphone to the Left of the door to call Bob or PeeWee. If available, someone will come out to meet you. If not, please call 208-699-8128 or 208-682-4661. It is best to call these numbers ahead for visits during the week.
There are several GREAT places to eat and wet your whistle nearby. Be sure to check out the Prichard Tavern, Bedroom Goldmine Bar, Sprag Pole Steak House, H & H Riverstop, Country Lane Resort and the Snake Pit (Enaville Inn). Each of these places have a unique place in history and are fun for the whole family to visit.