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Lake Cascade State Park

Lake Cascade State Park
970 Dam Rd

About Us

Windsurfers and boat sails crisscross Lake Cascade when the afternoon winds kick up.  Fishers catch rainbow trout, Coho salmon or small mouth bass all year long and hikers or mountain bikers traverse a variety of trails within and beyond the park.  Whether you're a beginner or an expert, the nearby North Fork of the Payette River offers world-class white water adventure.  

Lake Cascade has as many camping options as it does recreational opportunities with hundreds of campsites ranging from primitive to fully serviced hook-ups.  The sites are located along 86 miles of shoreline with beautiful views of Lake Cascade and the North Fork Mountain Range.

164 standard, 83 serviced (7 ADA), 32 primitive, 2 group camps (1 group yurt area, with 3 yurts and group camping at Snowbank)

Showers at Poison Creek and Ridgeview, dump station at Van Wyck and West Mountain, firewood, seasonal (non-motorized) boat rental, First Time Adventure Program

Ramps, handling docks, life jacket loaner station at Blue Heron, Van Wyck, Sugarloaf, Boulder Creek, Buttercup, Poison Creek

Camp, picnic, hike, mountain bike, cycle, swim, horseshoes, motorized and non-motorized boats, sailing, windsurfing, fish, water sports

Shelters at Big Sage and Poison Creek, camping at Snowbank, yurts at Osprey Point

Ice fishing, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing

Hike, bike, Nordic

Rainbow Trout, Coho Salmon, Smallmouth Bass, Perch, Deer, Elk, Fox, Bear, Cougar, Waterfowl, Eagle, Hawk, Owl, Song Birds, Badger, Raccoon, Skunk

Junior Ranger programs, summer workshops, First Time Adventure Program

Lake Cascade State Park is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media