If that's too much for you, the park also is the scene of large concentrations of waterfowl that migrate through the area. You may get a chance to see mountain bluebirds and swans.
Or, you can plug in and just set up camp and watch the changing winter light on the dunes.
The park is south of Mountain Home, about an hour from Boise.
Enjoying the quiet solitude of an overnight stay in one of the park's cabins located along the Snake River is what it's all about in winter, spokeswoman Katherine Pruett said.
It's as simple as that. Visitors in winter practically have the state park to themselves. It's only you and the birds along the Snake River.