Lake Cascade Recreation Area (LCRA) is nestled in the majestic mountains of West- Central Idaho. Seventy-five miles south of Cascade lies the city of Boise, one of the major accesses to the area. To the north is McCall, which connects both to Lewiston and Ontario, Oregon, the other two major accesses to the area. Traveling east takes you to the Warm Lake area and then on to the magnificent Frank Church River of No-Return Wilderness Area. To the east lies Tamarack and West Mountain.

LCRA is a sportsman’s haven offering year-round outdoor sports and recreation opportunities. 20 miles long, 5 miles wide and with 110 miles of shoreline, Lake Cascade is the 4th largest lake in Idaho and is undoubtedly the crown jewel of LCRA.

Every season opens up to a series of fun and exciting adventure for guests of all ages. There is always something to see and do, or if you would prefer to relax and rejuvenate, there is no better place to come than Idaho. During the Spring, Summer and Fall seasons there are a myriad of hiking trails to experience. There is boating, water-skiing, jet skiing, kayaking, whitewater adventure, golfing, biking, camping, fishing, hunting, and trail rides by horseback.


Lake Cascade State Park currently has ADA-accessible trails located on the lakeside portion of Big Sage, Sage Bluff, and Ridgeview Campgrounds. When constructed these trails met the Bureau of Reclamations requirements for ADA accessibility. These trails are paved with asphalt and are located along fencing on the west side of those units.