So... yeah... in Southwest Idaho, natural attractions are our thing. There's beauty — a wide range of it! — everywhere you look. From deep canyons and tall sand dunes to misty mountains and crystal-clear mountain lakes, you can find it if you're willing to look.
People all over the world visit the Sawtooth National Forest. As amazing as the Sawtooths are, it turns out that the journey to the Sawtooths is as much fun as the destination.
Whether you’re gliding through pockets of pristine powder, snowshoeing through frozen forests, or curling up in a cozy lodge, these three mountains deliver the ultimate winter adventure.
When To Go
Here, exploring the great outdoors is a year-round event. But natural attractions can vary greatly in their accessibility depending on the season. Please consult the weather and conditions before heading out.
Accommodations, Activities & More
This private campground is tucked away in the Boise National Forest along highway 21, just a 45 minute drive north of Boise.
North Shore Lodge is located on the shores of beautiful Warm Lake where nature awaits to guide you to your next adventure — just 26 miles east of Cascade, near Trail Creek hot springs and just a quick detour on the way to McCall.
Each of the 10 RV sites include full hookups, a fire pit, picnic table, and large section of turf.
Our campground features 190 campsites with picnic tables for RVs and tents, most with electric hookups and campfire pits.
The Longhorn Guest Ranch is a working guest ranch and event venue located in the scenic mountains of SW Idaho.
Lake Cascade State Park is a public recreation area consisting of multiple units totaling 500 acres around Lake Cascade.