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By rich back country wilderness, lakes, rivers, and forests.  You will never run out of things to do, places to explore, and beauty to see.

Area Recreation

The North Fork of the Payette River, with its world-class kayaking rapids, flows to the south of Cascade. A challenging nine-hole golf course graces the southeast shore of the reservoir. During the winter 800 miles of groomed snowmobile trails are available in the area.



Authentic Log cabin. 3 bedroom 1.5 bath that sleeps eight....

Enjoy a fire pit outside. 

Cabin sits on a 1/2 acre lot next to the Allen Cabin.

Cabin is located 12 lots from the Tamarack Resort.

Enjoy a view of the mountains and a partial view of Cascade Lake.

1 minute travel to the Tamarack Resort.

Videos are large AVI files so be patient on download times.  Thank you.

Video Tour of Grounds. Video 1Video 2Video 3

Video Tour of Cabins and SettingVideo 1Video 2

General Photos

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Cabin Entrance

Welcome to the Lake

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The camp fire.  Built by Brooke and Makenna.

March 1, 2004

Summer Time Photos


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Other accommodations nearby

Cascade Lake across from the cabins (Boat access 1/2 mile away)

Another angle of log cabin

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Another view of Cascade lake

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Winter Time Photos

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Resort and ski hill

Cat Skiing

Pump house taking on snow Feb 2004

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Log Cabin Nov 21 2003

Ski Runs Feb 10, 2004

Let it snow

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Log cabin Jan 14 2004

Lob Cabin Feb 1, 2004

Cascade Lake in November.  Right across from the cabins

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A view of the log cabin setting in November

Drive way to cabins Feb 2004

A view of the setting of the house in November

Interior Photos

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Log Cabin downstairs bedroom

Log cabin laundry room

Log cabin living room

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Log Cabin dining and kitchen

Log cabin downstairs bathroom

Log cabin stove

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Log cabin upstairs bedroom


Log cabin upstairs bedroom 2



Chris Berry 2003

Berry Cabin


Tamarack Idaho

First all season resort to be authorized and permitted in the US in more than 20 years. 

Located 100 miles north of Boise, west of Donnelly, and on the shores of Lake Cascade. 

The pedestrian formatted Village will feature restaurants, hotels, retail shops, and other services. Construction of the Village will begin in summer of 2004.  Grading and excavating has already begun.



McCall is a small resort community nestled on the shore of beautiful Payette Lake and is known as one of Idaho's most popular resorts. McCall was founded as a timber town and has grown into a popular year round destination. Located 100 miles north of Boise, McCall is just a two-hour drive along the Payette River Scenic Byway from it's gateway city. McCall is home to Brundage Mountain, Ponderosa State Park, the U.S. Forest Service Smokejumper Base, and the annual Winter Carnival. McCall offers something for everyone through out the year.