Nestled in the majestic central Idaho Mountains, in scenic Long Valley, Lake Cascade is a year-round playground for outdoor enthusiasts. Just a ninety-minute drive from Boise, Idaho’s fourth largest lake is well known for fishing and boating in summer and for ice fishing in the winter. Prevailing winds make it especially well suited to sailing and windsurfing. During winter, snowmobilers enjoy approximately 800 miles of groomed trails. There are also 27 kilometers of Nordic ski trails. A challenging nine hole golf course sits on the lake shore.
Life and Recreation
Cascade, Idaho, a small community with a population of 977, sits at the southern end of Lake Cascade. Cascade is the gateway to Idaho’s Frank Church Wilderness Area, as well as a center for hunting, camping, hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, and rafting.