Local Area Activities

For Local Area Activities Checkout the Event Calendar with McCall Chamber of Commerce. There you will find live music, karaoke, game nights, special events, & themed dinner nights.

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ATV/UTV Riding

Valley County offers hundreds of forest service roads offering trails that range from beginner to expert and wind along rivers and streams, through lush meadows, and through old growth forests.




More than 300 lakes and four major river drainage’s within a 20 mile radius make this area heaven on earth for anglers. Equally rewarding fishing for trout, salmon, steelhead, perch and smallmouth bass can be found in rivers, reservoirs and alpine lakes throughout the region.

The Salmon River System
In the many famous forks of the Salmon River, you’ll enjoy excellent fishing for beautiful west slope cutthroat trout, as well as Chinook salmon (summer) and steelhead (spring and fall). Popular forks of the Salmon include the South Fork, East Fork of the South Fork, Middle Fork, as well as important tributaries like the Little Salmon, and Big Creek in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness area.

Hells Canyon of the Snake River
Northwest of Valley County lies the deepest river gorge in North America. Hells Canyon offers fishing for salmon, steelhead, smallmouth bass, as well as catch & release fishing for enormous white sturgeon, up to 10 feet or more in length.

Payette Lake and Lake Cascade
At 5,300 acres, Payette Lake boasts three species of trout: rainbow, cutthroat and lake trout, as well as Kokanee. Downstream lies Lake Cascade, a 28,000-acre reservoir with a diverse fishery, including small mouth bass, rainbow trout, Kokanee, Coho salmon, crappie and yellow perch.

Alpine Lakes
While many of the 300 alpine lakes require a hike, most will find it well worth the effort. Grab your float tube and go prospecting for will rainbows and cutthroats in some of the most breathtaking mountain settings in the Pacific Northwest.



Morel & Huckleberries

A favorite “sport” for locals and visitors alike is foraging for local delicacies including morel mushrooms and huckleberries.




If golfing is part of your summer itinerary, you’ll be enchanted and challenged by the region’s six impressive courses.

McCall Municipal Course provides 27 stimulating holes in an affable atmosphere for every level of golfer.

Jug Mountain Ranch was ranked Second Best New Public Course in America by Golf Digest in 2008.

The prestigious Whitetail Club and Resort offers an inspiring mountain masterpiece.

MeadowCreek Resort in New Meadows brings brilliant play and ample friendliness.

Cascade Golf Course offers nine holes of stunning links with views of Cascade Lake from every tee.

All six courses offer plenty of challenge, unbeatable natural beauty, and great dining options. One look at the surroundings towering pines, aspens and birch, rolling meadows and snow-capped mountain vistas – and you will realize you could only be in incredible Idaho. And you’ll be amazed by just how great the golfing is here in the Heartland!



Mountain Biking

Hundreds of trails are waiting for you to explore – and more are built each year thanks to the dedicated volunteers, businesses, and organizations like the Central Idaho Mountain Biking Association.




Nearly 500 miles of groomed trails provide access to thousands of acres of off-trail riding in northern Valley County. Riders of all abilities can find open play areas offering gentle slopes, as well as challenging hillsides to tempt even the most adventurous of the “high-markers”. The diversity of terrain has earned Valley County as one of the top 10 snowmobile destinations in the Northwest by SnoWest Magazine.