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Rental unit in McCall
Brundage Suite~ Views & Hot Tub Downtown McCall
This modern, one of a kind apartment is in the heart of downtown McCall, Id. It's within walking distance of all that town has to offer, including restaurants, shops and the public beach (Legacy Park), on stunning Payette Lake. In the Winter, enjoy the solitude of snow and gorgeous mountain scenery..and then unwind in the private hot tub! This apartment is on the second floor with stairway access only. Being centrally located, you'll also be able to hear the town wake and go to sleep everyday.
$158 per night
Guesthouse in McCall
Cozy Downtown McCall cottage near Payette Lake
Downtown cozy cottage is the ideal McCall retreat! Just blocks to Payette Lake, parks, restaurants, shops, beach and marina. Private setting surrounded by Aspen tress and across the street from the Payette National Forest ranger station for maps, info. and more. Only 15-20 minute drive to Brundage Mountain Resort to experience some of the best skiing / snowboarding in "Best snow in Idaho" or mountain biking in the summer! Our studio cottage is perfect for couples or solo adventurers too.
$103 per night
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Ponderosa Perch~Modern, Cozy, Downtown, Hot tub!
This studio apartment is the perfect downtown getaway for two! Modern decor, tons of natural light and all the amenities you'll need to enjoy a relaxing vacation in McCall. Adventure awaits within walking distance from this apartment and at the end of each day you'll have a private hot tub to relax in ! Truly a gorgeous, centrally located spot for a romantic escape. This is a second story unit with stairway access only. You will be able to hear the sounds of downtown as well!
$145 per night

Stay near McCall's top sights

Ponderosa State Park84 locals recommend
Shore Lodge28 locals recommend
McCall Pancake House34 locals recommend
My Father's Place34 locals recommend
Lardos Grill & Saloon16 locals recommend
Albertsons35 locals recommend

McCall fishing vacation rentals

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Alpenglow Studio Retreat | Hot tub
$116 per night
Condo in McCall
NEW Romantic LakeView Studio w Beach Lakeside Pool
$157 per night
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Heart of Downtown - Pet friendly
$110 per night
Condo in McCall
Cozy Condo w/ pool & gym in prime McCall location
$112 per night

McCall house rentals

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*Updated Cabin HotTub Firepit Decks nr Shore Lodge
$134 per night
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Brand new family-friendly luxury cabin
$213 per night
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Mill Haven McCall, Hot Tub—right in town
$155 per night
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Warm & Cozy Reedy Place
$101 per night

McCall fishing house rentals

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Come Relax! Waterfront property with Hot Tub -NEW
$185 per night
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Primo Near-Town Location for Exploring McCall!
$250 per night
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Laur House-Little Payette Lakefront-petOK-Parking
$250 per night
Home in Donnelly
Lake*Beach*Hot Tub*Ice Fish*Ski*Hot Spring*Hunt
$203 per night

Your guide to McCall

All About McCall

Surrounded by crystalline lakes, towering ponderosa pine trees, and the Cuddy and Salmon River Mountains, the town of McCall, Idaho, is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. The Payette National Forest just outside of town offers hundreds of miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding; the forest encompasses 400 lakes and reservoirs where you can fish, kayak, swim, or take a boat onto the water. Adventure seekers of all levels can try their hand at whitewater rafting on the Payette River, and the region is home to several hot springs both in town and in the national park. The town itself is small, with most shops and eateries concentrated along two main streets. You’ll find plenty of opportunities for enjoying local fare or beer at the town’s restaurants or breweries, as well as boutiques, shops, and bakeries along the main strip.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in McCall

Layers are key in McCall as the weather can change drastically from day to night. Dry summers bring hot, sunny days and chilly nights ideal for spending huddled around a bonfire. Fall is the perfect time to hike the 500 miles of public trails around the town, the crisp mountain air invigorating as you explore these paths surrounded by the colorful foliage. Winters are quite cold and snowy thanks to the town’s elevation, so be sure to bring plenty of thick, warm layers along with boots that can withstand several feet of snow. Winter is a magical time to book vacation rentals in McCall, Idaho, thanks to the annual Winter Carnival in January, which hosts events like snow sculpting competitions, snow bike races, and ice skating. Spring is quite chilly until the snow melts around late April and brings the alpine meadows to life.

Top things to do in McCall

Payette Lake

It’s easy to see why Payette Lake is popular with photographers — in the early morning when the lake is still, you can see the surrounding mountains and the clouds reflected on the water. Soft taupe beaches are buzzing with swimmers in the summer, with the central South Beach being the most popular and the quieter North Shore offering a more remote feel and access to surrounding trails. Canoes, kayaks, jet skis, and paddleboards are available to rent during the warmer months, and winter visitors can try their hands at ice fishing.

Hot springs

Natural hot springs dot the mountainous landscape around McCall, and although they’re most popular during the colder months, they’re a great way to soothe tired muscles after a day of horseback riding, hiking, or yoga throughout the year. You can choose between more spa-like springs with changing rooms and facilities or two natural scenic springs that require you to hike in.

Ponderosa State Park

Covering 1,000 acres of dense and pristine pine forest, Ponderosa State Park is home to some of the area’s best scenic viewpoints, namely the Narrows Overlook at the peak of the peninsula. This ADA-accessible park has wide trails for hiking and biking — some paved, some dirt — kayak rentals, boat docks, a beach for summer swimmers, a Nordic track for winter skiing, picnic areas, and even two spots with WiFi access.

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