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In commemoration of the McCall area veterans & those individuals who have served in the military, a war memorial & brick pathway is proudly positioned in Community Park. Located on the corner of the park & adjacent to the war memorial is the old McCall jail. Both landmarks are of historical &

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Art Roberts Park is a great place to relax & view Payette Lake. It features municipal docks, grassy slopes with picnic benches & a small sandy wading & swimming beach (at your own risk; there are no lifeguards). In addition to the spectacular view of the lake,

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Davis St. near Lick Creek Rd. Users should park in the municipal lot at the southeast corner of Lick Creek Rd. & Davis St., walk north along Davis St. & west on Diamond St. Please be courteous to the owners of property in the vicinity & avoid blocking narrow streets & driveways.

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DISC GOLF The 9-hole Disc Golf Course is a 10 acre nature area located just south of the McCall-Donnelly High School along the bike path. The natural forested area and terrain makes this course moderate in difficulty but should appeal to novice and advanced players alike.

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With what began as a Rotary International Club improvement site, this park has become highly visible & noted for its aesthetic location on the lake. Rotary Park is great for families—the beach & playground facilities provide excellent recreational opportunities. There is a grassy patch, public restrooms, picnic tables & a swimming beach (at your own risk; there are no lifeguards).

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Amenities include a volleyball court, picnic tables for relaxation, an enclosed swimming area (at your own risk; there are no lifeguards), public restrooms & a public boat ramp for watercraft. Recently built with the proceeds of a bond sale, the Park is intended as a centerpiece of the community.

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DAVIS BEACH Davis Beach is a quieter area favored by families & nearby cabin owners. Whether under the shade of scattered pine trees or basking in the sun, the sand & water

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Riverfront Park offers excellent opportunities for fishing along a scenic nature trail following the meanders of the North Fork Payette River. Located slightly off the beaten path, Riverfront Park receives less traffic than other parks with plenty of room to roam and catch a few fish.

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Thanks Midas Gold! If you are looking to catch a local baseball game or play a friendly game of kickball, Fairway Park is the place to be. Sporting events are encouraged on these diamonds! The baseball diamonds of Gold Glove Park are located on the corner of Fairway Dr. & Davis Ave.

BROWN PARK Brown Park, the former location of the McCall Mill, is a great place for family outings. A shoreline path encompasses the picnic tables, public restrooms, benches & children’s playground facilities.

HARSHMANN SKATE PARK

horse Park is a small neighborhood pocket park featuring a native plant garden, wildlife habitat

The best skatepark under the Salmon River Mountains. Thanks Tony Hawk Foundation! Harshmann Skate Park features concrete bowls with coping, fun boxes, and plenty of ledges and rails to grind. A new pump track has been added

relax in the shade and take in all things wild.

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Ponderosa

State Park Imagine gliding through giant ponderosa’s, miles of groomed trail, and beautiful vistas overlooking Payette Lake. Kind of sounds like your in a Thomas Kinkade painting doesn’t it? Well you’re not that far off. While Ponderosa State Park is often a bustling with visitors during the summer months, as soon as the snow accumulates the trails can often feel like your own private playground.

Featuring a variety of trails for both seasoned nordic skiers and snowshoers, and those just getting into the sport. Open to well behaved dogs and their humans. Visitors should follow N. Club Hill Blvd. 0.4 miles off of hwy 55 to the trailhead.

Grooming Report: www.McCallNordic.com

Trail maps include: Bear Basin Ponderosa Park Jug Mountain

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Jug Mtn Ranch Nordic skier, snowshoer, and FBF. FAT BIKE friendly! Located south of McCall. Head east off of hwy 55 on to E. Lake Fork Rd. and continue 3.4 miles. www.jugmountainranch.com/nordic

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Safety Tips & Tricks: Tell a friend when you plan on being back Leave a note in your windshield with the time and date you departed or expect to be back Carry a map! PDF Mobile Winter Trail Maps Maps are available free through

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WHEN SKIING WITH YOUR DOG

• Clean up after your dog - use poop bags • Maximum two dogs per skier • Your dog is your responsibility! Control your dog either leashed or under voice command • Ski within your dog’s ability to avoid injury • Do not allow your dog to chase wildlife • Uncontrollable dogs may lose the priviledge to use groomed ski and snowshoe trails

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• Ski with care - umarked hazards may exist • Be respectful of others - slow down, smile, say hey • Your pass must be visible at all times • A downhill skier has the right of way • Respect the rights of slow skiers • Be prepared for dogs on shared trails

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McCall, Idaho Winter Trails Guide