The Bob Firman Invitational hosts 8 states.
The schools from Idaho were:
Bishop Kelly, Boise, Borah, Butte County, Bonneville, Caldwell, Canyon Ridge, Capital, Centennial, Century, Challis, Clark County, Cole Valley Christian, Columbia, Eagle, Emmett, Firth, Gooding, Greenleaf Friends, Highland, Hillcrest, Horseshoe Bend, Jerome, Kimberly, Kuna, Leadore, Liberty Charter, McCall-Donnelly, Meridian, Middleton, Mountain Home, Mtn View, Nampa, Nampa Christian, New Plymouth, North Fremont, Parma, Payette, Preston Richfield, Rigby, Rimrock, Rocky Mountain, Salmon, Skyline, Skyview, Sugar-Salem, Timberlake, Timberline, Twin Falls, Valley Vallivue, Victory Charter, Weiser, Wendell, West Jefferson, West Side, Wood River
Page - Arizona, Castle View - Colorado, Elko and Lowry - Nevada.
Oregon: Baker, Hermiston, La Grande, Nyssa Umatilla, Union
Utah: Alta, Box Elder, Davis, East Grantsville, Judge Memorial, Kearns, Monticello, Mountain View, Ogden, Orem, Park City, Skyline, Stansbury, Timpanogos, Tooele, Weber
Washington: Central Valley, Elma, North Central, Lewis & Clark
Wyoming: Rock Springs and Star Valley
They also had some College and Open runners:
Boise State, BYU, Northwest Nazarene, Utah Treasure Valley CC, Boise State Track Club, Sojourners Running Club
This park has been actively used for cross country meets since 1989. It has been the site of the Bob Firman Invitational, numerous district meets, four state championship meets, the WAC championships, and will be the site for the 2007 NCAA DII West Regionals. It was also selected as one of eight courses nationwide as a meet site under Nike's original NTN regional qualifying format.