"Summer is packed with unlimited opportunities for fishing, swimming, boating, water skiing, sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, picnicking, horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking. See some of the popular summer activites here." says Cascade Chamber of Commerce.
FREE KAYAK AND CANOE USE
Guests at Water's Edge RV Park and Ashley Inn are welcome to use our Kayaks and Canoes on the peaceful portion of the Payette River, free as our guests.
Lake Cascade or the Payette River
Both are close to the Ashley Inn
Wonderful CROWN POINT PATHWAY follows Lake Cascade on a level path.
It actually used to be the old railroad path. Easy walking, jogging, horseback riding or bicycling.
No motorized vehicles allowed, so that everyone has a peaceful walk.
Come in for a relaxing experience in the alkaline, mineral-rich waters
in a naturally beautiful setting
Open Noon - 9 PM Closed Tues.
$8 Adults $6 Kids (11 & under) Cash only 208-890-8730
Hwy 55 North from Inn to Davis Creek Rd (just before Donnelly), turn right, to Gold Fork Rd, turn right and follow Blue & White signs. 7 mi. of dirt road...but keep on going...it's worth it!
Easy, Quiet and Peaceful
Ospreys, Bald Eagles, Fox and Deer are common sights on the Crown Point Path.
The Strand is another wonderful trail reaching from bridge to bridge along the Payette River and includes Kelly's Whitewater Park.
If you and your family are out for adventure, bring up your ATV's and explore through the rough trails and roads up West Mountain or Warm Lake Road.
Great views and stories to tell your friends.
TUBING down the Payette River, through Kelly's Whitewater Park...what a great adventure.
River Gear- Click Here (Also have kayaks & SUP's)
Special Tubes are available for rent.
$8/ 2 hours or $12/ day Inc. Life jacket
270 N. Main St/Hwy 55 Cascade, ID 83511 208-382-6580
Sunset Magazine had the perfect day in Cascade, take a look.
Why go in summer: Because Idaho's first whitewater park is open for business.
Water world: Most people buzz through Cascade on their way to McCall, but insiders know to stick around for the incredible lakes, rivers, and hot springs.
Take a stroll in town: The Crown Point Railroad Grade Trail (parksandrecreation.idaho.gov) winds almost 3 miles along Lake Cascade.
Or a float: Paddle sports are king here, but for a lazier float, rent an inner tube at River Gear and glide the 2½ miles from North Bridge to South Bridge.
Night life: The Roxy Theatre (114 S. Main St.; theroxyidaho.com) is now restored to its 1939 glory, when it was one of the most advanced movie theaters in the Northwest.
Reason to come back: The annual Valley County Fair & Rodeo (Aug 2-6; rodeo $10; valleycountyfair.com), where last year, a huckleberry-raspberry pie from 86-year old local baking legend Mrs. G auctioned off for $6,300.
River wild: The 3½-acre Kelly's Whitewater Park has 5 sets of rapids that stir up this otherwise quiet stretch of the Payette River--and it's all free to the public. People tackle them in kayaks, rafts, and tubes, and newbies should stick to the easier west-side rapids. Open through Sep 5; kellyswhitewaterpark.com; equipment rentals at River Gear (762 S. Main St.; 208/382-6580).
A serious soak: With 6 cascading pools filled with mineral-rich spring water ranging from warm to very hot, and ringed by mountains, Gold Fork Hot Springs requires an afternoon to do right. $8; 1026 Gold Fork Rd. in Donnelly, 6 miles from State 55; 208/890-8730