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  • Address: 605 N 3rd St | McCall, ID 83638
  • Mailing Address: PO Box 350 | McCall, ID 83638
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Lake Life in McCall, Idaho

Payette Lake is the centerpiece of activity in McCall and a scenic show-stopper.

Whether you are swimming, sailing, waterskiing, jet skiing, canoeing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding or boating, the lake offers endless activities to keep the family entertained. This deep alpine lake right in the heart of downtown McCall is perfect for summer water activities. Any way you enjoy the water, this special lake will leave a lasting impression.

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Lake activities aren’t the only way to get outside and enjoy the fresh mountain air in McCall. Here are a few more of our favorite ways to recreate with social-distancing already built in:



Hiking is hands down one of the most popular activities in McCall. There is a huge variety of trails to explore around McCall. Only have an hour? No problem, we have a trail for that. Want to turn a hike into a day-long adventure? We have that covered, too. And the scenery is epic no matter which trail you take.

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Mountain Biking

Mountain biking in the McCall area has been quietly evolving. While the rugged backcountry trails that put us on the map are still prime, the addition of purpose-built trails is changing the landscape. Explore the growing network of trail options in the McCall area and start planning your next ride! (photo courtesy Grant Gunderson)

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You don’t have to be an avid golfer to appreciate the natural splendor of our five area courses. Teeing off over a green meadow with a snowcapped mountain at your back may not automatically improve your handicap, but it will improve your mood!

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When it comes to lake kayaking, canoeing, and paddle boarding, locals know that Payette Lake plays second fiddle to the North Fork of the Payette River.This lazy stretch of river was made for meandering. Flanked by soaring pine trees and lush wetlands, it is not uncommon to see deer, eagles, fox, or even the occasional moose on the bank.

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From Ponderosa State Park to the Harshman Skate Park, the iconic “Bearing Wall” at Art Robert’s Park to the splash fountain at Legacy Park, our community spaces highlight the best of McCall. Bring a blanket and a picnic (or grab some takeout from one of our delicious restaurants) and enjoy these perfect family-friendly spaces.

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Self-Guided Bike Tours

McCall’s network of pathways makes it easy to see the sights. Find easy routes to hit all of the iconic McCall locations, check out the public art scene or take in the stunning scenery. Choose from three different routes including “Iconic McCall,” “Art In The City,” or “The Scenic Route.”

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Scenic Tours

Kick back and enjoy the scenic sites on a tour for the whole family. Hop on a lift for a scenic chairlift ride and find stunning views from atop Brundage Mountain Resort and Tamarack Resort. Explore the top of the mountain at your leisure then get a ride back down to the bottom.

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There are not many things that compare to the feeling of hooking a fish. Watching your line suddenly disappear beneath the surface of the water with a quick tug is always thrilling. Pair that thrill with being in the middle of stunning scenery and it is no wonder that fishing is a hugely popular way to enjoy the water in and around McCall.

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Off-Road Riding

If you’re looking for a place to take out your ATV, UTV or dirt bike, look no further than McCall, Idaho. With diverse terrain and hundreds of miles of roads, it’s the ideal place to get “off the beaten path.”

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While you can expect to find a few new health and safety protocols at many of our local businesses and recreation areas, the same welcoming, small-town charm you remember is alive and well.

As you enjoy the beautiful summer months in the McCall area, please help us protect this special place by taking personal responsibility, especially in crowded indoor spaces, to ensure we all remain healthy.