Two cabins are available for rent at Heyburn
with a minimum of five and maximum 14 nights for $85.00 per night. A nonrefundable
reservation fee of $85.00 per stay and a signed/approved Rental Agreement
are required. Renters must supply their own linens. Both cabins sleep up
to eight and are complete with two bedrooms, full bath, kitchen (cooking
utensils and tableware for eight are included), dining area, living room.
Pets are not allowed. Contact Heyburn State Park,
at Lakeview Village
Lakeview Village, located adjacent to Ponderosa
State Park, provides long-term camping opportunities and a rental cottage.
It is not an Idaho state park.
The cottage rents for
$75 a day from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend, with a two-night
minimum. The off-season rate is $55, with a two-night minimum. Weekly and
monthly packages are available. For information, contact Ponderosa State
The yurt is a circular, Mongolian-style domed tent 20 feet in diameter with
a plywood floor, hardwood lattice sidewalls and a clear Plexiglas skylight.
This fully insulated shelter is designed to withstand high winds, snow loads
and summer heat. It has a framed-in lockable wood door and windows with
screens and storm flaps. Covered entirely by waterproof canvas, the yurt
is an aesthetically pleasing and comfortable place to stay, even in the
dead of winter.
Park yurts are available
year-round at Ponderosa State Park, near McCall
and Winchester Lake State Park near Winchester,
Idaho. Each is heated and furnished with beds to sleep up to six people.
Food preparation is done on an open grill outside the yurts. Users should
bring their own sleeping bags and cooking gear. The park yurts rent for $35 per night for up to four people. Up to two additional guests are charged
Winter yurt users can
enjoy 20 km of cross-country ski trails
at Ponderosa. During the summer, the main attractions are wildlife and boating.
Ponderosa, 208-634-2164, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winchester Lake has 7 km of cross-country trails and ice skating and ice
fishing are often available on the lake. Year-round, visitors can see wolves
in a large compound just five minutes away. The Nez Perce National Historic
Park museum is within half-an-hour. Winchester Lake, 208-924-7563, email@example.com.
We have three back-country yurts at the Idaho City Area trail system, about
an hour outside of Boise. They are similar to the park yurts, but they include
cooking facilities and utensils. Youll need to hike a mile or two,
but once you get there, what solitude! Experience beautiful, mile-high mountain
views with no neighbors, endless cross-country
ski trails in the winter and hiking
and mountain bike trails in the summer.
Back country yurts
sleep six and rent for $60 per night. If you have friends who want
to throw a sleeping bag on the floor, they can stay for an additional $10
per night each, up to a maximum of nine in each yurt. Call 208-334-4199 for reservations.
You can view, download
or print yurt documents using Adobe Acrobat Reader by clicking on the links
below. If you need to download a free copy of the program, click here.
City Yurt and Trail Guide
specific to individual yurts are available below
Elkhorn yurt specifics
Banner Ridge yurt
Skyline yurt specifics
Stay overnight along the Oregon Trail in a canvas tepee! Only $30 per
Available only at Three Island Crossing State
Park. See covered wagons and Oregon Trail artifacts while youre
there. Call 208-366-2394, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Play in the crystal clear water and on the sandy beaches of Priest Lake
during the day, and spend the night in a rustic log cabin. Available only
at Priest Lake State Park. Each cabin rents for
$35 per night and sleeps up to six people. Cooking is outside on a grill-covered
fire pit. The two-room cabins are heated so you can cross-country
ski in the winter. Call 208-443-2000, email@example.com.
Heyburn State Park
has two cabins that were former summer homes. Each has a furnished kitchen,
furniture, etc. Visitors need to provide their own linens. The cabins rent
for $85 a night. Call the park for reservations and more information,
208-686-1308. You can also contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Manager's House at Harriman
The historic four-bedroom log home has a modern kitchen, a rustic knotty-pine
living room with a stone fireplace and a screened sun porch. Perfect for
that once-in-a-lifetime fly-fishing vacation. It is fully furnished and
rents for $150 per night. There is a non-refundable $25 reservation fee.
Call 208-558-7368 for reservations.