Recreation and Sports
Brundage Mountain Resort – For over 40 years, the Brundage ski area has been McCall’s premier winter attraction. Their website provides local ski information including the current ski conditions.
Tamarack Resort – A four-seasons ski, golf and lake resort just south of McCall.
Manchester Ice and Event Center – With its large indoor ice-skating rink overlooking Payette Lake and the surrounding mountains, the Manchester Ice & Event Centre provides a stunning setting for a variety of skating activities and events.
McCall Golf Club – McCall’s 27 hole public course, clubhouse and pro shop.
The McCall Hiking Club was founded in 2003 to explore and enjoy the magnificent country surrounding McCall, Idaho, in the heart of central Idaho. They seek to educate themselves and the public about the availability and nature of these great hiking trails and to share information concerning the history, flora, and fauna of the area.
Payette National Forest provides recreational, informational and public safety information on the 2.3 million acre National Forest surrounding our community.
Ponderosa State Park lists specific information regarding the park and its uses.
Payette Avalanche Center provides snow safety information for backcountry recreation.
Aritlets, Culture, News and Events
Central Idaho Historical Museum -The Museum’s buildings were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1937 for the Southern Idaho Timber Protective Association (SITPA). Contact email@example.com or 208-634-4497.
The Star-News – McCall’s weekly newspaper, published every Thursday.
McCall Arts and Humanities Council – The McCall Arts and Humanities Council (MAHC) fosters, promotes, and enriches the artistic environment and humanities resources in the McCall area.
McCall Artist Connection – A non-profit organization which strives to bring artists and those who appreciate art to our community. The group was created in 2006 and has grown to 2 annual art shows by member artists and promotes McCall arts and artists.
The McCall Winter Carnival, presented by the McCall Chamber of Commerce.
The Idaho Travel and Tourism Guide, provided by the Idaho Department of Commerce; this site provides valuable information regarding the many recreational opportunities of Idaho.
Government and Services
Mountain Community Transit – McCall Transit – Treasure Valley Transit – Local, free bus service in the McCall area.
McCall Recycling – Many types of material can be recycled at the McCall recycling center off East Deinhard Lane (behind the Valley County Annex facility).
St.Luke’s McCall Hospital – Providing quality primary health care and promoting wellness.
Donnelly Fire Department– Fire protection and Emergency Medical Services for the Donnelly area.
McCall Fire District (McCall Fire and EMS) – Fire protection and Emergency Medical Services for the McCall area.
Central District Health Department – Public health services, information and news for Ada, Boise, Elmore and Valley Counties.
MCPAWS Regional Animal Shelter, whose mission is to find permanent, appropriate, loving homes for the abandoned and unwanted animals in Valley County. MCPAWS runs an effective pet adoption program and encourages responsible pet ownership, including spaying / neutering.
The Big Payette Lake Watershed Advisory Group is an advisory council that has overseen the study and protection of water quality in Payette Lake since 1995. Payette Lake is McCall’s sole source of drinking water, and an enormous economic, recreational and aesthetic asset for the community.
The Idaho Road Report, provided by the Idaho State Transportation Department; this site provides road reports on regional highways.
Daily Air Quality Report, provided by the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality; check today’s DEQ air quality data for the McCall area.
Cascade School District – Information on schools in the Cascade area.
McCall Donnelly Schools – Information on schools in the McCall-Donnelly area.
The State of Idaho includes information regarding our State Government, and its departments.
Youth Advocacy Coalition Our purpose is the encourage and foster the physical and mental wellbeing of youth and families by cultivating and strengthening supportive community partnerships.
Valley County 4-H (University of Idaho Extension Office) provides youth with a large spectrum of hands-on projects to enhance their education and life skills.