Rules of Use

For a printable copy of the full recreation rules of use, visit  the IEP website at www.iepco.com and click on the recreation link.

Firewood Season

OPENS MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND AND CLOSES OCTOBER, 15.

 

IEP allows the felling of standing dead trees for personal firewood gathering.

In order to protect Western Larch (Tamarack) trees that seasonally lose their needles and to protect forest roads that soften during fall rains, there are no exceptions to these seasonal dates. 

 

Each permit allows for the taking of five cords of firewood for personal use.

 

Gate attendants will check and record the approximate volume of firewood that you are taking from IEP property. 

 

Firewood must be dead and seasoned.  Gate attendants will require you to offload green wood before exiting the property.

 

Firewood taken out in lengths must not exceed 6 feet.

 

When available, QSI will attempt to provide locations for easy access to firewood for disabled individuals.  Call our office for further information.

 

 

 

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11/26/2018 - Monday

Due to wet weather and above freezing day time conditions, all IEP gates will be closing tonight to prevent road damages. ATVs 50 inches or less can still circumvent gates until snowed out. ATVs 50" or less with tracks may operate beyond gates as long as they stay on roadways. No snowmobiling allowed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A reminder:

2018 firewood gathering season ended October 15. It will restart Memorial Day weekend 2019.

ALERTS & UPDATES

 

 

 

 

11/26/2018

IEP update on current logging activity:

 

Although the M-41 gate may be open for logging activity, it is not open for full size vehicle access.

 

There is logging truck activity at Thompson Creek (before the host site), and the M-7 coming from Miller Creek

 

Please check each land owners page for updated information concerning the fire dangers and restrictions.

ATV's must be 50" or less to go around closed gates.

Empire Trails is open.

Empire Trails is open for summer bike riding and hiking-and for winter cross country skiing and snowshoeing.

 

Empire Trails (non-motorized bicycle and hiking trail) located near Spirit Lake. Daily non-motorized permit $2.50 or purchase an annual permit for unlimited use.

Be sure to check out the IEP printable maps!

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Quality Services, Inc.

P O Box 1162

Spirit Lake, ID 83869

 

Phone: 208/623-2539

Fax: 208/623-6618

E-mail: qsist@frontier.com

 

 

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