Nestled in the heart of the Sawtooths.
Our family cabin is open for your reservations year-round and can sleep 10 people comfortably. Other amenities include:
- 4 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
- Full Kitchen
- Covered Outdoor Hot Tub
- Wood Stove w/Firewood
- RV Parking
Come enjoy Stanley, the Sawtooths and all Idaho has to offer! Plan your trip now.
Keep up with happenings about the lodge
Solstice and Holiday Greetings
As the quiet of winter fills the morning we send holiday greetings and appreciation to all our Stanley neighbors and our guests from many years. The magic of a Stanley Christmas is hard to describe. The snowshoe trip(permit in hand) up behind the lodge to find a tree that needs to be thinned...the many little hands gluing paper chains and trying to string popcorn, the carols playing softly in the background. Winter spices - cinnamon, nutmeg , cardamom fill the air. The Lodge hosts the annual community Christmas reading celebration -so if you are in the area check with Jane at the library for detals. ...
Winter quiet is about to descend...
As the seasons shift, many hunters retrieve backcountry camps. Others have already taken off - some with elk track for stew; others with a forked horn, and a few with a "mighty opponent" Sounds of gunshots are replaced by branches sighing under loads of snow and we hear the whish whish of cross-country skis as they glide past. The Sawtooth Basin is always profoundly inspiring, but winter snow brings majestic storms and their measure - which regardless, is difficult to quantify. It is jaw-dropping experience - and can be customized to match the ages of your guests or your children. Just inquire under...
Excited to release new website!
We are so excited to show everyone our new website. Please call us with comments, or submit a comment via Contact us. We hope you are having an excellent fall. The leaves in the Basin have been spectacular and the peaks have been dusted with new snow.
Fishing, fishing, fishing.
Steelhead are in the river; you might as well catch some.
Hiking, biking and the river.
All three can be enjoyed by beginners through experts.
Deer, Elk and Bear hunting.
Make sure the freezer is full for the coming winter.
Snow...lots of it.
Acres of cross-country and backcountry downhill skiing will certainly keep you warm.