This 120 acre park is located 1 1/2 miles south of Early on Hwy. 71. The park is split by the Boyer River with the west 2/3 of the park remaining undeveloped. The park has a large evergreen plantation west of the river as well as several hardwood plantings and native grass plots.
Reiff Park has 7 shaded campsites with water and electric (30 amp) hookups. Restrooms and a dump station are located near the campground. Primitive or tent camping is also allowed. The campground is open from April 1 through mid-October, weather permitting.
There is an enclosed shelterhouse located at Reiff Park as well as two small open air shelters The enclosed shelterhouse is available for reservation from April 1 through mid-October or on a first-come, first-serve basis. The shelter has indoor bathrooms and a fireplace with indoor grills and seats approximately 100 people. A playground and small pond are located nearby.
The western 2/3 of the park is managed as a wildlife area and hunting and fishing opportunities abound. The river is home to both channel and catfish and some bluegills can be caught in the pond. Hunting for whitetail deer, pheasants and other small game is also very popular in this part of the park. Bowhunting is allowed during the appropriate seasons, and firearm hunting is only allowed after the camping areas have been closed for the season (after mid-October).