Valley County Pathways
In July of 2004, a citizens group formed the Valley County Pathways Committee. For many years, people from different areas in Long Valley have thought about the potential of developing a valley-wide pathway system that could be used for walking, biking, running, roller-blading, horseback riding, commuting, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Most of this effort was focused in McCall. The Valley County Pathways Committee created an organization that would make a pathways system possible throughout the Long Valley region.
VC Pathways has a county-approved pathways master plan that envisions more than 100 miles of pedestrian pathways between McCall and Cascade, including the prospect of revitalizing an old railroad right of way that runs the length of Long Valley, and building trails around Payette Lake and Lake Cascade.
Why is it important for Valley County to develop a valley-wide pathway system?
Research and experience related to existing pedestrian pathway and greenway systems across the United States indicate that pathways create multiple public benefits:
-Create new opportunities for recreation and for people to commute to work or shopping areas without using fossil fuels.
-Boost local economies.
-Provide transportation links to culturally or historically valuable areas.
-Tie together parks, schools, waterways and communities.
-Create opportunities for people to improve physical fitness and healthy lifestyles.
-Enhance a community’s quality of life.
-Preserve open space corridors.
The 2000 Leisure Travel and Recreation Study, performed for the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation, shows that hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and cross-country skiing are among the most important recreation pursuits by residents and non-residents. The 2002 Idaho Outdoor Recreation Survey shows that Idaho residents enjoy hiking and biking more than any other recreation activities. Clearly, there is strong public demand from residents and non-residents for the type of recreation opportunities that will be accessible to the public via the Valley County Pathways System.
-Cascade Ranger District, Boise National Forest
-Bureau of Reclamation
-Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
-Valley County Commissioners
-Jeff McFadden, Valley County Road Superintendent
-City of McCall
-City of Donnelly
-City of Cascade
Mission: Adaptive Wilderness Sports of McCall (AWeSOMe!) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to empower people of all abilities through high quality outdoor experiences.
AWeSOMe!, founded in the winter of 2001-2002, provides ski lessons as well as many other outdoor activities. Our goal is to provide participants the opportunity to learn new skills, challenge themselves, and work together to enhance the health and self-confidence necessary to expand human potential.
Bear Basin Nordic Center offers 30 K of groomed Nordic trails. Lodge at Little Ski Hill includes food, beer and wine. Only 2 miles West of McCall. A local tradition since 1937!
LODGE HOURS: Tues. thru Sat.: 3:30 am- 8:30 pm. Fri.: 3:30 am – 9:30 pm; Sat: 12:00 am – 9:30 pm.
Brundage Mountain Resort has a special place in the hearts of Idaho snow lovers. Snow conditions are consistently outstanding, which is why Brundage Mountain has earned the reputation for the Best Snow in Idaho™. It’s no secret that the snow is deep and the lift lines are usually short. The mountain gets frequent storms, so skiers and boarders can cruise on freshly groomed runs or search for powder stashes in the trees and bowls.
For beginners, Brundage is one of the best mountains in Idaho to learn on—the drive-up daycare and Kid’s Center makes it easy to get the whole family where they need to go. The Easy Street double chair and Bear Chair triple provide easy access to beginner and advanced beginner terrain close to the Kid’s Center.
A majority of the luxuriously wide groomed runs are rated for intermediates, but experts who like to head off-trail have endless options. Shoot over to the north side of the mountain to Hidden Valley (follow the expert only signs) and go big. Real powder hounds will want to try the backcountry snow-cat program which operates on 18,000 acres of Payette National Forest.
Visit Brundage and you’ll pick up on that authentic Idaho feeling. Just eight miles away, the town of McCall will impress you with its friendly, low-key vibe.
Brundage Mountain has recently acquired ownership of 488 acres at the base area, and future plans include brand-new base area facilities and ski-in, ski-out lodging.
With the best snow in Idaho, a family atmosphere, affordable prices, friendly people, and an uncrowded powder experience, Brundage is a true snowrider’s mountain, poised to become a favorite destination resort.
Smoky’s Bar and Grill Hours:
11:00 am-5:00 pm Winter
11:00 am-6:00 pm Fri, Sat; 11:00 am-6:00 pm Sun. Summer
Sunday Brunch 10:00 am-2:00 pm Summer
Hot Springs, rustic and historical cabin rentals. Burgdorf is scenic, rustic, relaxing, and a West Central Mountain tradition since the 1870’s. Only 32 miles north of McCall. Snacks and beverages available. The pool is open to the public daily 10:00 am – 8:00 pm, with 150 gallons of fresh geothermal water per minute. The pool is all natural and log-lined with gravel at the bottom. Come enjoy! For more information please log onto our website: http://www.burgdorfhotsprings.com. Take the scenic drive up Warren Wagon during the summer, or snowmobile in during the winter. Snowmobilers: Be sure to check grooming report before you come.
The mission of the Cascade Chamber of Commerce is: to promote a vibrant business climate in the Cascade area; to serve our members, the community and visitors; to foster a cohesive working relationship among political, educational and civic organizations locally and regionally.
The Central Idaho Amateur Radio Club (CIARC) welcomes anyone who is
interested in amateur radio into its membership. The club which was
founded in the early 1980’s has members from all over the central Idaho
region. The club has installed and maintains two 2 meter ham radio
repeaters on Brundage Mountain and No Business Mountain. These
repeaters can be used by any licensed ham radio operator and facilitate
communication throughout our central Idaho service area and beyond.
They are available for emergency communication and have been used by
Search and Rescue and for local events such as the “I AM Tuff Race”, the
Iditarod trials dog sled race and the McCall Running Classic to provide
reliable communications for the event. The club has provided comms for
The “4 Summit Challenge”. Many members of the Club are also members of
Valley County Search and Rescue and use their skills and radio equipment
to assist that organization. In 2018 the Club sponsored a special
Events Station, W7C, to celebrate Winter Carnival and contacted hams all
over the US, Canada and the world during its one week of operation. A
similar operation is planned for 2019.
CIARC also helps those who are interested in becoming hams to get
licensed. Club members have become Volunteer Examiners and participate
through a national coordinator to provide local ham radio license FCC
recognized testing program. Our testing sessions are usually preceded
with an all day nationally recognized ham radio class that assists
participants with passing their tests. We also assist newly licensed
hams with setting up their station and getting on the air. Since 2016,
CIARC has participated in ARRL Field Day. This June event which started in
1933 is sponsored by the American Radio Relay League and has upwards of
40,000 ham participants all over North America. Groups such as ours set
up temporary operations using all sources of emergency power to test and
improve our emergency preparedness, improve our operators technical
skills and to preform community outreach. We are currently planning
our 2019 operation of events.
OUR MISSION: Protect, Enhance and Create quality trail experiences for the mountain bike community in Central Idaho.
WE ACTIVELY WORK TO DO THE FOLLOWING:
Promote the sport of mountain biking and responsible riding.
Advocate for trail access.
Build and maintain sustainable trails.
Our friendly staff will help you get outdoors in style with our expansive selection of gear, clothing and accessories. We will match you up with your perfect ride from our diverse collection of boards or bikes from the top brands in the industry. From beginners to experts, commuters to competitive athletes, we have something for everyone.
At Elk Creek, we think church is better when you’re here! We are a Bible believing church who pray that the lost will be saved, the saved will be revived, and the sick will be healed. Relax, you are our guest and it is our goal to make you feel comfortable. Our services are laid-back, fun, thought provoking, and family oriented. We also have a dynamic and well-run children’s program. No one is going to ask you to stand up in front and tell all about yourself, but that doesn’t mean we don’t care about your story. It’s McCall, so dress casual. Before the service, our greeters in the foyer would be happy to answer any questions you might have. Services are about 75 minutes and include contemporary worship music and a 30 minute message. Coffee and donuts are provided in the lobby before services, so feel free to come early, snack and give us a chance to get to know you. Please see our website or give us a call if you have any other questions or would like to chat!
The Friends of the Library(FOL) is a volunteer organization formed in 1993 to support the McCall Public Library. We operate the Pump House Used Bookstore, 1001 State Street, which sells gently used books at very low prices and welcomes book donations. All proceeds benefit special projects such as the summer reading program, e-books, childrens’ books and art supplies.
Summer hours (June-August): 12pm-3pm, Tuesday-Saturday
Winter hours(September-May): 12pm-3pm, Wednesday-Saturday
Larger book sales are held at the library during Winter Carnival and Labor Day.
Interested in helping the FOL? Stop by the Pump House during open hours, the McCall Library or the library website for more information.
Girl Scouts of Silver Sage Council is a girl-led youth organization that serves more than 4,100 girls throughout southern Idaho and in parts of Northern Nevada and Eastern Oregon. The council, along with a team of 2,300 local volunteers, delivers educational and leadership programs that build girls of courage, confidence, and character who positively impact the communities in which they live.
Girl Scouts of Silver Sage operates thee properties in Idaho, including Camp Alice Pittenger in McCall, Camp Ta-Man-A-Wis in Swan Valley, and Friendship Square in Boise. A great place for weddings, retreats, and family reunions, we offer the use of our facilities to all Girl Scout groups, other youth groups, and non-youth groups.
For more information, visit our website at http://www.girlscouts-ssc.org, or call 208-377-2011. We offer the use of our facilities to Girl Scout groups, youth groups and non-youth groups can call for availability.
Use Our Property as a Rental
Camp Alice Pittenger is just three miles from downtown McCall and offers lodging for up to 40 winter campers. The property is adjacent to Ponderosa State Park with nearby access to Huckleberry Bay Loop and other popular snowshoeing and cross-country skiing trails.
Camp Alice Pittenger is available for group or individual use and features eight insulated and heated cabins with access to a heated shower house and bathrooms, and a bunkhouse for eight that features a kitchen and multi-stall bathroom and showers. Reservations are currently being taken for dates throughout the winter, including New Year’s weekend and Winter Carnival in McCall. To make your reservation, contact Eric Landaluce at 377-2011 ext. 7245 or email@example.com.
Use Our Property for a Wedding
Camp Alice Pittenger is a perfect location for a nature wedding with a scenic backdrop. Available to you are eight insulated and heated cabins that sleep four to eight people, O’Conner McFarlan house that can sleep up to ten people with a private kitchen and a shower room, a Lodge that can host large dinner parties and a new multi-stall bathroom and shower house. To book your special day at Camp Alice Pittenger, email Eric Landaluce at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 208-810-7245 for rates and availability.
Are you a Troop Leader looking for some outdoor fun? Plan your own Girl Scout outdoor adventure at Camp Alice Pittenger! Help her plan and lead her own adventure and team up with other girls in an all-girl outdoor environment to choose the exciting, hands-on activities that interest her most. Along the way, she’ll gain important skills in four areas that form the foundation of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience:
Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)
Not a Girl Scout yet? Not a problem, read about how you can get involved and lead a lifetime of leadership, adventure, and success here: http://www.girlscouts-ssc.org/en/about/join.html
Are you an adult with passion for the outdoors? Would you like to mentor and support Girl Scouts to become future leaders? Join 2,300 Girl Scouts adult volunteers and make a world a better place! Read about it here: http://www.girlscouts-ssc.org/en/volunteers/why-volunteer.html
As a cornerstone of McCall’s recreational community, Gravity Sports is a full-service bike and ski shop that sells and rents bikes, flat-water boats, SUPs, camping and hiking gear, skateboards, skis, snowshoes, outdoor clothing and apparel. All of our staff members are extremely knowledgeable and passionate about outdoor sports in McCall. Stop in to get outfitted for your adventure.
Hours of Operation
Peak Season: Monday – Saturday 9 am – 6 pm, Sunday 9 am – 5:30 pm
Non-Peak Season: Monday – Saturday 10 am – 5:30 pm, Sunday 10 am – 5 pm
“Mountain Recreation Experts” serving McCall since 1979. Committed to quality merchandise and outstanding customer service. Ski, Bike, SUP, water sports, repair and rentals. Fabulous selection of seasonal footwear, sportswear, and sunglasses.
The Auxiliary Thrift Shop is a first-rate venue for second-hand goods. Donations of clothing, jewelry, and household goods are appreciated, and new volunteers are always welcome. All proceeds support the Auxiliary Community Grant program and aid in the purchase of new equipment for St. Luke’s McCall Medical Center.
To volunteer, donate, or learn more about the Thrift Shop, please call (208) 634-2088.
Thrift shop selling used & new items to:
- Produce revenue for the hospital to accomplish its mission.
- Provide reasonably priced clothing & essential household items to the public.
- Provide a rewarding place for civic-minded people to volunteer and develop camaraderie.
- Provide an outlet for recycling products back to the community.
Our prices enable the Auxiliary to help people in need, and to generate money for its charitable purposes.”
About the Hospital Auxiliary:
St. Luke’s McCall Auxiliary is dedicated to supporting St. Luke’s McCall Medical Center and improving the health and quality of life of people in our community. Since our founding in 1956 (as McCall City Hospital), we’ve raised more than $3 million to purchase equipment for the hospital and to support community health initiatives. We welcome you to join us, and share your time, skills, and passion to benefit our community.
18 Hole Championship Golf Course (public). Summer trails for Mountain biking and walking. Winter trails system – over 18km groomed trails for Nordic skiing and snow shoeing, for all different levels. We are excited to invite fat tire bikers to our groomed trails. Snowshoes are available for rent at the Nordic Center for just $10.00 a day. All of the trails at Jug Mountain are dog friendly, so load up your four legged friend and enjoy a day in the sunshine. Please be sure to check in at the Nordic Center before hitting the trails! And don’t forget summer! Jug Mountain Ranch dining is a treat. Excellent food and and a gorgeous view. You don’t need to be a golfer to enjoy! Call 634-5072 for reservations.
Kelly’s Whitewater Park & Welcome Center offers a 2.5 mile walking strand along the Payette River. Kelly’s Whitewater features kayak surfing & river running. Picnic facilities and unforgettable bathrooms.
Payette Lakes Ski Club operates a community supported non-profit ski area 2 miles west of McCall. We offer 400 vertical feet of lit terrain for night skiing. Primary focus is to provide McCall’s youth an opportunity to learn a variety of winter sports. Several fund-raising events are also held to cover operating costs & provide scholarships for the After School Program. Bring friends & family out to enjoy a night of skiing. Food/beer wine and lodge rentals available.
The Manchester Ice & Event Centre is a non-profit facility that grew out of the need to have a reliable high quality, ice skating rink in McCall where both youth and adults could enjoy year-round skating activities. The facility sponsors and grows venues and programs that bring cultural, recreational and entertainment opportunities to the area for youth and adults, local residents and visitors alike as well as provide an economic base for the city’s downtown.
Hours: 2pm – 10pm Sunday – Thursday and 10am – 10pm Friday and Saturday
Snowmobile Club Riding & Trail Conditions. Please see link http://snowmobilemccall.net/ or call John Hicks at 634-1300.
We would like to extend an invitation to visit and enjoy snowmobiling in McCall, Idaho and throughout Valley County. The McCall area offers over 544 miles of groomed trails, breathtaking bowls and more back country powder than you can cover in a lifetime! McCall has consistently been in the top ranking for the North Western United States with no. 6 being our rating this year. Come, stay a while, and enjoy the breathtaking beauty that has made McCall a top destination for dozens of years.
The business links on our page are friends and supporters of snowmobiling. Please consider them as well as the Adopt-A-Trail merchants when you visit McCall. Please peruse our new website. You will find information about the McCall Area Snowmobilers association, their goals and objectives, their activities, information on joining the club as well as a complete list of the Board of Directors and their telephone numbers. Come Have Fun With Us!
Our Mission: To nurture a community rich in culture and inspirational programs. We coordinate and conduct instruction in the arts and humanities, facilitate opportunities for artists to develop relationships with program participants, build local partnerships, and support public art.
McCall College’s mission is to provide a meaningful post-secondary education for students of all ages helping achieve their individual and social goals to develop a whole person in the community and whole world. Non-profit, 501(c)3, private, specialized community college.
The McCall Community Center provides a place for seniors to enjoy nutrition, health, social and educational programs and a friendly atmosphere.
Our center is active in community affairs and provides quality services and programs through nutrition, Meals on Wheels, information on social and educational programs and recreational activities supporting senior’s independence and encouraging their continued involvement within our community. The center welcomes those persons who are not yet considered “seniors”, but individuals who add to our programs with new vigor and ideas. We provide hot meals twice a week to our members and freshly made meals for delivery through our Meals on Wheels program.
We are the only Senior Center in the town of McCall and we are the community disaster center due to our building size and availability of our kitchen.
Receiving a good meal at the Community Center provides a way for seniors to enjoy the companionship of their peers and to enrich their health with a nutritionally balanced, well prepared meal. During the summer our attendance for evening meals averages around 60, while in winter months the average attendance is 25-30, as snowbirds leave for warmer temperatures.
Meals on Wheels (“MOW”) is a community service-based program that delivers hot, nutritious meals to the homes of the elderly with the help of willing and dedicated volunteers from the community. The MOW programs help elderly or disabled individuals who are unable to prepare their own meals to stay connected to their communities, to remain healthy and to live independently in their homes for as long as possible. The MOW program has been organized in McCall for over 12 years. With humble beginnings in the Senior Center kitchen, the service has grown to deliver over 1200 meals every year.
The McCall Community Center provides a great atmosphere for people to enjoy each other’s company and it provides many educational presentations and opportunities. Once a month we hold an Ear Clinic and twice a month a Foot Clinic. We have a food pantry for those in need and plenty of space for games and relaxation. Other activities we host include: live music for dinners, a Winter Carnival Pancake Breakfast and Senior Lunch, Spring Yard Sale and a Christmas Bazaar.
Tuesday and Thursday: 11:00 am – 7:00 pm, congregate dinner is served at 5:30 pm
Wednesday: 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Recreational Club, 501(c) organization, promoting and playing the sport of curling. Available for demos, private lessons, and large group sessions all held at Manchester Ice & Event Centre as available.
McCall Digest is an online community magazine for and about the part of central Idaho that includes the communities of McCall, Donnelly, Cascade, Yellow Pine, New Meadows, Council, Riggins and Grangeville. The region covers Valley, Adams and Idaho counties, the Salmon River Mountains and the Payette National Forest.
A collection of stories highlighting who we are as communities and a region, McCall Digest includes articles on a variety of topics of interest and includes a calendar of local events and activities. It’s a place where community members share stories – about the people, businesses and places that comprise our current culture as well as our history, shining a light on our hopes, inspirations and goals for the future of this region. Visitors to the area can learn about who we are and what our area has to offer as a tourist destination.
Have a story or article idea? Submit it to email@example.com.
The McCall open-air market benefits local non-profit groups. Come and visit with our friendly vendors and enjoy fresh local produce, flowers, locally produced meats and poultry We will be open Wednesday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Will open June 6th and run until mid-October or until the snow flies!
The McCall Fire Protection District serves 100 square miles of northern Valley County including the City of McCall. Whether you live here, or are one of the thousands of annual visitors, McCall offers numerous year-round activities for all ages such as golfing, skiing, rafting, kayaking, hunting, boating and fishing on beautiful Payette Lake, along with hundreds of miles of trails for unbeatable snowmobile, cross country skiing, hiking and biking opportunities.
McCall Fire is a combination department consisting of both career and volunteer members who provide multiple levels of emergency response including: fire, EMS, wildland, hazmat, swift water, and backcountry rescue. Our personnel train regularly to provide the highest level of service and care for our citizens and visitors.
At McCall Fire we pride ourselves on being your fire department, in addition to emergency response we provide numerous public education and community services including: CPR and First Aid training, child car seat inspections, blood pressure checks, fire prevention and code enforcement, community event standby, station tours, free smoke detectors, $25 chimney sweep refund, public school and daycare education programs.
We are a Non-Profit organization committed to bringing affordable, high quality music to Valley County. We have been doing this for over 35 years.
The Society offers a variety of music performances and educational opportunities for the benefit of local musicians, audiences, and students, with the aim of enriching the cultural climate of the McCall area. We are a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation which provides scholarships in addition to performances.
McCall Sports Exchange is more than McCall’s only sporting goods consignment store, we also offer the best rates on outdoor rentals in town. From fat bikes to paddle boards we’ll set you and your family up for a fun outing during any season.
Come by to check out our ever changing inventory or just for some local insight, located in the heart of McCall across from Maverik Gas Station
Open 10 am-6 pm seven days a week.
The McCall Winter Sports Club is dedicated to providing a personalized snow sports experience for every athlete. We offer a supportive environment, where our kids will build character, develop confidence on and off the snow and can challenge themselves to reach their highest potential.
The McCall Winter Sports Club (MWSC) has been teaching young skiers how to develop into strong individuals since 1947. We are a non-profit organization for aspiring athletes and those who enjoy the sport. We offer season-long Alpine and Big Mountain Freeride Programs to youth, single and multi-day camps, and member benefits. Anyone can become a member and help support growth and development of our program.
MDEF is a non-profit organization established by parents and patrons of MDSD as an active partner with the School District to build a better future for our children. Established in 2006, the MDEF has distributed nearly $290,000 in grants to enhance and promote public education in McCall & Donnelly. This has been possible through the hard work of a unique and diverse board, as well as a committed and supportive community. This year MDEF has put 5 wonderful new programs in the schools. It is our goal to touch as many children’s educational needs in the area as possible.
Our vision is an engaged community committed to helping children reach their highest potential through innovative educational experiences. To accomplish our vision, the McCall-Donnelly Education Foundation serves as a catalyst for educational excellence. We secure and provide funding and engage and mobilize our existing community assets to enhance learning opportunities for children.
Private animal shelter serving all of Valley County. Dogs and cats available for adoption. Limited selection of pet items for sale. Local seller of Zamzows dog and cat food.
Hours of Operation
Tuesday through Saturday 11:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
The McPaws Thrift Store specializes in reasonably priced, gently used items for your home and family. Delivered to you with a genuine smile and heartfelt “Thank You!” All the proceeds from our thrift shop go directly to the care of our animals at the MCPAWS Regional Animal Shelter. Please stop by to check our selection of merchandise, and be sure to pet the kitties while you are there. We look forward to seeing you!
HOURS: Mon.-SAT. 10:00a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Closed Sundays
MeadowCreek Golf Resort is a family-oriented golf course located in Idaho’s Heartland close to McCall & Payette Lake.
It is situated at 3,868 feet above sea level in the pine-forested Meadows Valley, West Central Idaho, with the alpine peaks of Granite Mountain and Brundage Mountain Ski Resort reaching skyward more than 7,000 feet in the distance. The golf course weaves in and out of the pine trees and across the verdant meadows offering changing scenery and stimulating golf at every turn.
Facilities include – the Osprey complex with heated swimming pool, cafe & snack bar serving B-W-S (beer, wine, spirits), BBQ facilities, tennis and pickleball courts as well as the 18-hole golf course, driving range, practice green and practice chipping area. RV parking is available.
In the winter months there’s groomed cross-country ski trails, snow-shoeing and sledding. Brundage Mountain is a short drive for downhill skiing enthusiasts.
Treasure Valley Transit is the rural transportation provider for the eight counties in the Idaho Transportation Department’s (ITD) District 3. Treasure Valley Transit operates Mountain Community Transit in Valley County, Mountain Home Community Transit in Elmore County, and Snake River Transit in Payette County. TVT also provides Medicaid Transportation in Canyon, Owyhee and Payette counties
Year-round adventure rentals!
Snowmobiles, motorized and non-motorized watercraft, RZR’s and Rangers- Everything you need to “Experience Idaho’s Beautiful Outdoors”
Mundo Hot Springs and RV Park is located 3 miles North of Cambridge. It is believed that the Geothermal Hot Springs have been used to heat the housing on the property for around 50 years.
The pool is Natural Hot Springs Mineral Water and has no chemicals added.
The Mundo Bistro offers delicious home-made ppecials, salads, sandwiches, burgers, desserts, snacks and beverages.
Our beautiful site along the Weiser River boasts close and easy access to the famous Weiser Trail! The Weiser Trail is 84 miles of ideal biking, hiking, fishing and bird watching adventures! The trail begins in Weiser and continues through the towns of Midvale, Cambridge and Council. Mundo Hot Springs and RV Park is located halfway along the trail.
Recreation abounds in the Cambridge area as it is nestled in the picturesque mountains of Southwestern Idaho. With the ruggedly beautiful Hell’s Canyon of the Snake River just 24 miles to the west on State Hwy 71 there are nearly 100 miles of backwater from the three Idaho Power hydroelectric dams to provide ample space for watercraft enthusiasts and anglers alike!
The Pool House – Sleeps 7, Master Bedroom with bath, Queen Bed and Futon $120 . 2nd Bedroom with shower $80. Hide-a-way bed in the living room. Pool House may be rented as 1-bedroom or as the entire home. Free soaks on both days.
Hostel– Sleeps 7, A single room with a microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, BBQ and AC. Two Queen beds, 2 Twin beds and one roll-a-way. One shower and a claw-foot tub which has hot spring water. $80 per night.
RV Sites– Includes water, sewer and electric. 30/50 amps $25 (inc tax) per night. Partial sites (water and electric) $22 (inc tax) per night Shady, grassy areas. Showers, restrooms, picnic tables and fire rings.
Tent Sites– Shady, grassy sites. Fire rings, picnic tables, restrooms and showers. $13 per night
Hot Springs Soak Pricing
$7 per adult, per soak $6 per Senior, Military, Kids 6-13 years old, per soak 2-5 years $3 under 2 are free Tax included
Yearly Memberships are available!
Hours of Operation
Wednesday & Thursday 4 pm – 8 pm Friday – Sunday noon – 8 pm
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FREE WI FI!
On Highway 95, 1 mile north of Cambridge there is a sign that directs you to turn on Bain Road and then directs you to Mundo Hot Springs
Planning an event?
We would love to help you settle into the perfect destination for everyone! From a bike race to a wedding, a family reunion or just a weekend getaway, we are the place! With the Weiser River Trail close by, hot springs, fishing, rafting and wildlife watching we are a great place to be so that everyone has something fun to do!
WE are a faith community in the beautiful mountains of Idaho and awesome city of McCall. As a church community, our purpose is to love God, love others and live like Jesus. We want to be able to build partnerships with our community to serve McCall as well as build lasting relationships.
Established 1930 – Incorporated 1989
Motto – No task too great for those who are willing.
Goals of the Payette Lakes Progressive Club
Civic improvement and promotion of public welfare – Support for education – McCall beautification – Support for activities of Girl Scouting and area youth
Since its inception in 1930, the Payette Lakes Progressive Club has been helping to build the McCall community. The Club assisted the sponsorship of the McCall Public Library, McCall Memorial Hospital and the formation of Art Roberts Park. Club members promoted the landscaping of City parks and financed the City park sprinkler system in the 1960’s. Band uniforms were purchased for the high school in 1969, as well as the first winter street decorations. The tradition of planted flower barrels downtown began with the club.
Join this worthy civic organization and combine your efforts with ours to make a difference in our community. Membership is open to women of all ages!
The Club meets the second Tuesday at noon during the months of February, April, June, August, October and December.
Here are some other local community efforts supported by Payette lakes Progressive Club!
Annual academic scholarships to local high school girls – Financial assistance to Heartland Hunger Resource Center (McCall Food Bank) – Support of the Payette Lakes community Association’s After School Program – McCall Centennial Park – Positive Outdoor Teen Service (POTS Program) – St. Andrew’s episcopal Church Summer Reading Camp – St. Luke’s McCall Digital Mammogram Machine – St. Luke’s Hospital Hope and Healing Program – McCall College – Donnelly Elementary School purchase of musical instruments – McCall Beautification
Spanning four season in a single day, visitors can explore the contrasts of the Payette National Forest. With 2.3 million acres of public land, our deep canyons to crisp alpine lakes make up the centerpiece of outdoor recreation in Idaho’s Heartland. This spectacular land is bordered by two of the deepest canyons in North America: the Salmon River Canyon to the north, and Hells Canyon to the west. To the east lies the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness, one of the largest congressionally-designated wilderness areas in the lower 48. Connected with other public lands, the forest is part of an expansive and uninterrupted landscape that provides superb habitat for an exceptional array of big game, upland birds, and other wildlife. The forest is nationally recognized for dramatic landscapes, from craggy mountain peaks and shimmering lakes to plummeting river canyons. Vast expanses of back country provide solitude, although facilities and amenities are nearby. Come and visit your national forest!
Come join us for a powder skiing experience you’ll never forget! Located in the heart of Idaho’s West Central Mountains, we have thousands of acres of untracked powder, literally, in our backyard. We have two yurts located on Lick Creek Summit (elevation 6930′ ) and have miles of skiing just out the door. From mellow burned tree glades to the stuff most of us only dream of….the steep and deep….Lick Creek has it all! Access is by snowmobile, snowcat, or an easy eleven mile ski up a snow covered county road.
So get your friends together and give us a call and sign up for your winter adventure today….
INSPIRE. CONNECT. GROW.
A Gathering Place for Inspiration.
How and where does our community gather? Where do we come together to learn, to celebrate, to inspire? Where can we experience music or art, education or entertainment, together? PONDEROSA CENTER could be that place for our community.
While the need for a place like the Ponderosa Center has been discussed for many years, momentum is now building to make this vision a reality. The community’s philanthropic, civic and commercial leaders are all on board, but we’re still missing one critical piece…YOU.
Your support, both financially and as an advocate of this project, will help us to move forward with confidence. It will encourage our partners and allow us to make future decisions.
The Ponderosa Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit and all donations to the Center are tax deductible.
For more information, please visit our website http://www.ponderosacenter.org or call our office, Monday through Friday am- 5pm, 208-271-1185
Beautiful Payette Lake is the centerpiece of Ponderosa State Park, located in the heart of one of Idaho’s most popular year-round destinations. Hike and bike on your own or with a guide, listen to a park naturalist around an evening campfire, let the kids ride to the Visitor Center for ice cream treats, rent a canoe or kayak and meander along the Payette River, snowshoe on a groomed trail or simply sit on the front porch of a park cabin and enjoy the spectacular view.
Our club was organized and chartered in 1949 and is the largest and most active club in Valley County. We meet Wednesday’s at noon at the beautiful Shore Lodge and I challenge anyone to match the view at our weekly club meetings. We also pride ourselves on carrying out the Rotary theme of Service Above Self. Some of our annual local and International projects we work on and support include: Selling carnival beads and chorizos at Winter Carnival; Supporting all graduating seniors continuing their education at a college or vocational school with a book scholarship(Cascade, McCall, and New Meadows schools); Supporting some graduating seniors with academic scholarships; Working with POTS students (Positive Teen Outdoor Service); Supporting Backpack Program that sends food home with needy kids; Support Woodstock, Annual firewood campaign for needy residents; Support students participating in Little Ski Hill after school PLCA After School Program; Shelter Box-International project; Camp Invention; Rotary Park maintenance; Wagon Wheel Road clean up. We also donate a book each week to our local elementary school library. We purchase books they cannot afford and we have our weekly speaker sign the inside cover on a label that includes the Four Way Test. This is done in lieu of a pen or mug for our speakers and they seem to enjoy it. The McCall Club currently has two couples that travel frequently to Ecuador and Peru to participate in International Rotary projects. Our club budgets support one International project annually. Our club sent two kids to RYLA this past summer and we are active with our local Interact Club at the high school. The McCall Club hosts inbound Rotary Youth Exchange students annually and has been known to have four outbound at one time. We again have candidates this year for outbound and are currently hosting a young man from Italy. As can be seen, our club does indeed make a difference in our beautiful community.
Salmon River Wilderness Jet Boat Tour
Take an adventure on one of our jet boats for a memorable and exhillerating ride through the heart of the Frank Church Wilderness, where photo opportunities seem to be everywhere as you pass through the beautiful Salmon River canyon. The jet boat captain will stop at some of the historical sites along the way, sharing knowledge about the Native American Tribes, the gold rush and mountain men that lived here. Our clients will be encouraged to enjoy many of the pristine white sandy beaches of the Salmon River where you can swim or relax. We journey up the Salmon to historical homesteads of the famous Polly Bemis, Buckskin Bill and William Mackay. We have specialty private charters such as Eagle watching, Photography Trips and wine tasting excursions. Experience the river that turned Lewis and Clark back with a scenic jet boat tour of the famous “River of No Return”.
Ram House Lodge at Mackay Bar
If you have been feeling like you and your loved ones are a little too “plugged in and unconnected” you need to visit the Ram House lodge on Mackay Bar. You will renew family ties with good conversations, nature walks, and evenings around a campfire. Everyone can go their own way during the day and then regroup at mealtimes to relive their adventures. You can make your stay as relaxing or active as you want and will always be surrounded by Salmon River serenity. You can relax on the deck or play along the rivers edge or you may choose to explore additional sites such as a Buckskin Bills historic homestead and the blue ribbon trout fishing of the South Fork. The Ram House Lodge has 43 acres of private land for you and your family to enjoy on Mackay Bar. Whether your looking for stress relief or adventure, the Ram House Lodge on Mackay Bar is the perfect retreat.
id Theater is a development only theater company. We believe that in order to have great theater we have to start with great plays, and in order to have great plays we must nurture talented writers. Working chiefly in McCall, Idaho and New York City, id provides a safe place for artists (professional, emerging, amateur & student) to develop work, take risks and introduce audiences to adventurous new works that reflect, challenge and celebrate them.
This development happens through four distinct programs:
• Seven Devils Playwrights Conference an annual two-week Conference bringing playwrights & theater artists from around the country to McCall, Idaho for 2 weeks of rehearsals, readings and workshops of new work, including plays by area high school students.
• NYC Sit-In! A monthly reading series that offers artists who have worked with us a venue to hear re-writes, polish up old plays or hear new works for the very first time at the Back Room at Jimmy’s No. 43 in New York City.
• Bridgeworks supports writers as they bridge the gap from development to production.
• id-iots at Play are writer’s groups composed of playwrights who gather every two weeks to share and read new work.
Since 2001, id has developed more than 145 new plays by Pulitzer Prize-winners, emerging writers, high school students and everything in between. Plays developed through id have gone on to full production at such venues as The Humana Festival/Actors Theater of Louisville, Roundabout Theatre, Denver Theater Center, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, Barrington Stage Company, Chicago’s Gift Theater, Kitchen Theater, Montana Rep and Boise Contemporary Theater, among many others.
The Shepherd’s Home nurtures and protects children in need by providing a loving family home. We serve publicly or privately placed children of all ages. Our trained and compassionate team values each child, offers unconditional love, and encourages in each child a sense of self-worth. As a result, we play a part in breaking the cycle of abuse and neglect.
Tamarack Resort is a four-season resort that’s just a quick drive South of McCall in Donnelly. Tamarack Resort is the Treasure Valley’s closest mountain resort with lodging and snowmaking, which makes the snow conditions more reliable, even when Mother Nature doesn’t deliver. Tamarack lifts turn 7 days a week from 9A.M. until 4P.M. throughout ski season. During the summer, the resort is home to mountain biking, hiking, rafting, ziplines and watersports on Lake Cascade.
Tamarack offers 1,020 skiable acres to skiers and snowboarders of all ages and ability levels. The Tamarack Snow Sports School has a knowledge and experienced staff of skier and snowboarders to teach first-timers, as well as the more advanced who are looking for a new challenge or to improve their abilities.
With many lodging options available, Tamarack can accommodate anywhere from small gatherings to large groups. The resort offers everything from hotel rooms at the luxurious Lodge at Osprey Meadows to Estate Homes that easily accommodate up to 16 guests. Cozy cottages, plush chalets, and townhomes are also available on site for groups of all sizes.
Tamarack also offers a variety of dining options in the base area, including Hot Shots Coffee Bar, which offers a fresh variety of coffees, teas and natural juices, as well as a tasty selection of breakfast items. Canoe Grill and Vertical Bar serves up a delicious menu of mouthwatering burgers, chili, soups and fresh salads, while Vertical Bar offers a signature Bloody Mary, a great local craft beer selection and more. Seven Devils Pub features a full-service bar and a fresh gastro-pub style menu. The Packer’s Station Warming Hut is a quaint yurt located at mid-mountain that’s a great spot to stop in for a quick refreshment while on the slopes.
Dining Hours of Operation:
Seven Devils Pub: Open Daily Memorial Day to Labor Day, and Thanksgiving to Early April (closed in shoulder seasons)
Hot Shots Coffee Bar: Monday-Sunday: 8AM to 3PM (winter only)*
Canoe Grill: Thursday- Sunday 11AM to 3PM (winter only)
Vertical Bar: Thursday- Sunday 10AM to 3:30PM (winter only)
Mile High Cantina: Friday- Sunday: 11AM to 3PM (winter only)
The Activity Barn is located on what in the summertime is a working cattle ranch. In the winter it transforms into a winter playground. The area is beautiful with great views of the valley, Brundage Mountain, and Jughandle Mountain. We look forward to you visiting our fun-filled mountain.
Specially designed cable-tow lifts hook onto the tube. Guests sit in the tube for a two and one-half minute ride to the top. There, below you, are four runs, each sculpted into a miniature half-pipe that controls the direction of the tube. The tubing hill is over 700 feet long with a vertical drop of 85′. We can have up to 4 lanes of varying degrees of difficulty available for our guests based on the conditions.
The Housing Company facilitates the development of new housing in underserved areas. The Housing Company provides professional property management services for about 30 affordable apartment communities for low-income families, seniors, and the disabled.
Established in August 1973, the Valley County Museum Complex at Roseberry Idaho is governed by the Long Valley Preservation Society (LVPS). Roseberry stands by itself in the middle of the Long Valley and is located one and one half miles from Donnelly on Idaho State Highway 55. As the largest presentation of Finnish Culture in the Western United States, Roseberry is also a National and International draw for foreign visitors. Roseberry is unique because the museum is currently comprised of twenty-two buildings, many housing historical displays, and providing visitors with a year-round view of the history of Long Valley. The Museum is operated seasonally. Hours are: May – Sunday 1-5; June/July/August – Friday, Saturday, Sunday 1-5; September – Sunday 1-5. Visitors to the town site are welcome to view buildings year-round. The summer season provides rustic grassy areas for picnics.
PRIVATE EVENTS – Weddings, Family Gatherings, Memorials, Class Reunions – Can be held on the Roseberry Museum Grounds. Providing both indoor seating capacity up to 100 and adjoining outdoor space to accommodate up to 300, there are events planned throughout the summer season. For information regarding your event plan and rental fees, contact HistoricRoseberryEvents@gmail.com or call the museum at 208-325-8628.
Yellow Pine is an unincorporated census-designated place in Valley County, Idaho, United States. As of the 2010 census, its population was 32.
Home to the annual YELLOW PINE MUSIC & HARMONICA FESTIVAL: yellowpinefestival.org
ATV-UTV rides, rallies and so much more! ypescapade.org
Create Space to Center is our Motto – Here are some ways we can help you do that!
Private Yoga Class – Call 208-315-0820 to book. Thursdays are the best McCall days but we can see what the universe aligns.
– For an Individual: You will take your practice to the next level with custom alignments and hands on adjustments. You get a Thai Massage in Shavasana!
– For a Group: Elizabeth is a amazing teachers/international guide and is known for her ability to “de-armor” people so they have way more fun! She specializes in connecting families and groups of ladies so make sure to add this to your vacation “Must Do” list.
Reiki Healing Sessions – 75 minutes $55 – This is an healing experience that will help you relax your mind and body. It is seriously beyond words…
– In Riggins: At the Inbody Healing Room 100 N Main St – Call 208-315-0820 to book
– In McCall: At Tantra Power Yoga – Only available certain days of the week.
Retreats – Yoga Inbody offers yoga retreats and international expeditions to help you get in your body so you can have more fun in life. Check out http://www.inbodyexpeditions.com for photos of our international adventures. This summer we have 2 rafting yoga retreat still open! Plus an ACRO yoga workshop locally in McCall, click the Yoga Play link below.
– Salmon River Rafting, Wine & Yoga: July 9th-12th, 2018
– Hells Canyon Rafting Yoga Retreat: September 13th – 16th, 2018
– Yoga Play Summer Workshop Series: Thursday evenings from 6:30 – 8:30 starting July 19th. https://www.facebook.com/events/192095824947857/
– Reiki Retreats and Trainings – Check out http://www.yogainbody.com for Fall courses
– Peru Yoga Retreat: February 23rd – March 1st, 2019
– Nepal Annapurna Base Camp Trek: October 22nd – November 1st, 2019
– Peaceful Power – Women’s only empowerment retreat – 2019 dates will be released soon.
Inbody Hideaways Vacation Rental – On the Salmon River in Riggins, Idaho (45 min from McCall)
– Check availability of VRBO https://www.vrbo.com/482517?unitId=1065698 (Search Inbody Hideaway in Riggins)
– This is the location of the 2-4 person private yoga retreats. You can do a 24 hour MINI Yoga retreat to connect to center! Call for dates 208-315-0820.
– Morning meditation (with tips for total beginners)
– 2 Yoga classes daily
– Creative Workshop Lessons
– Outdoor Activities
– Beach time on white sand beach
– Restorative Yoga for relaxing both body and mind
– 3 Organic and delicious meals each day (People rave about our menu)