Redfish Outlet Campground, Sawtooth National Recreation Area, Stanley, Idaho Campsite Photos
6500-foot elevation. 19 campsites on the eastern shore of Redfish Lake. Adjacent picnic/day use area. Great angling for trout in the lake. Take a short tour on the interpretive Fishhook Nature Trail, or a longer walk west into the Sawtooth Wilderness to battle wild cutthroat in the alpine lakes. Visitor Center offers area information and interpretive programs. Boat ramp at nearby Sandy Beach Boat Launch. Swimming, sailing, waterskiing, wading, canoeing, motor boating and of course, fishing are all great ways to enjoy the waters. A section of the Idaho Centennial Trail passes near here. Stables, rental boats, and a dump station are available for equestrians at Redfish Lake Lodge.
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Redfish Lake Lodge Tour | Sawtooth National Recreation Area
Campground Tour Tuesday... Glacier View at Red Fish Lake... Episode 3
In this tour we visit one of the seven campgrounds at Redfish Lake tucked into the mountains of the Sawtooth National Recreation Area (SNRA). The campground is about 7 miles south of Stanley Idaho on Idaho highway 75.
This is a primitive camp with no hookups, but there is a dump station and drinking water in near the horse stables on the road into the campgrounds. The views of the Sawtooth mountains is amazing and there is so much to do in the area that it is certainly worth a visit.
There are 63 sites at this campground. They are all back-ins with no hookups. The sites are a mix of lengths so check the length and availability at the link below. All the sites have picnic tables, fire rings and grills.
This area is very popular and reservations are highly recommended. Reservations are available at
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A Photo Expedition to Redfish Lake, Stanley, and the Boulder Mountains
Tom, David, Dave, and Teri journey from Ketchum to Stanley. Along the way, they see herds of sheep running along the base of the Boulder Mountains, beaver ponds sporting fall colors, mountain goats on faraway rocky slopes, deep dark storm clouds, crystal clear water, and share in the wonder of nature. The amazing music in this 2004 video is by Don Conoscenti and can be found at:
Remote Sun Valley Idaho Alpine Mountain Lake Sawtooth Wilderness
A remote Sun Valley Idaho Mountain Lake teaming with Cutthroat Trout
Camping in Idaho - Quadcopter & Timelapse
Camping In Central Idaho near the Sawtooth Mountains - July/August 2013
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A mid August swim in Middle Cramer Lake | Sawtooth National Forest, Idaho
After 8 miles of hiking we decided to take a quick swim in the icy cold waters of Middle Cramer Lake located in the Sawtooth National Forest, Idaho. Watch in 1080p HD for best quality.
BIG Idaho Mule Deer In Velvet
A buck I came across near Fairfield while out fishing in August 2016.
Beetle Rider Adventure 2012 - Sawtooth Mountain Range
A great ride over the Galena Summit on a very twisty road near Stanley, Idaho
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Adams Gulch Mountain Biking | Sun Valley, Idaho
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Alice Toxaway Loop
2017 backpacking trip in the Sawtooths
Sun Valley Explored - Norton Lakes
Check out this video guide to hiking the Norton Lakes in the Saw Tooth National Recreation Area. This is a great day hike from Sun Valley Resort!
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The Place You've Been Missing | Grandjean and the Sawtooth Lodge (Idaho)
We don’t believe in the idea that places should remain hidden. We believe that these gems should be shared for all who want to experience them. That being said I kind of hope this place remains the quiet retreat it is. This spot is one of Chad’s favorite in Idaho. I had never been, even though I have driven by it a hundred times on my way to Stanley. Stanley has always been my favorite place in Idaho, but it does get crowded in peak summer months. If only there was a place down the road from Stanley that was quieter during vacation season…
Welcome to Grandjean Idaho. Just 40 miles south of Stanley this small settlement underneath the Sawtooth Mountains has inexplicably been hidden from vacationers and Idaho residents alike. Settled over a hundred years ago by Emile Grandjean this place is right out of an Idaho history book. Six miles off Highway 21, nestled deep in a gorgeous valley, it’s the perfect place to get lost for a weekend.
The main attraction here is the Sawtooth Lodge, built in 1927 as a hunting lodge by Babe Hansen. Today the lodge serves as the central hub of all activity in Grandjean. If you don’t want to pitch a tent at the many sites along the Payette River, you can grab an old cabin or hook up your RV. Eat breakfast, lunch and dinner at the lodge and pick up essentials like ice and milkshakes. And this isn’t just hot dogs and hamburgers, it’s a fresh, farm to table menu with local ingredients. There’s a geo thermal pool, fire pits, nature walks, bike riding, guided horseback rides and much more to do at the lodge.
Finally, two miles away from the lodge is the Sacajawea hot springs, located right along the crystal clear Payette river. For me, natural hot springs are hit and miss. I’ve laid in black mud and gotten out of a few still smelling like sulfur. But these pools are pristine, no smell, beautiful sandy floors, the sound of the Payette singing in your ears. These hot springs quickly became one of my favorite in all of Idaho.
I think it’s important also to say that this video isn’t sponsored by the Sawtooth Lodge or anyone for that matter. We aren’t under any obligation to sell you on this place. We just truly dig Grandjean and the Sawtooth Lodge and think you will too. Thanks for watching and we’ll see you next time!
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Henry’s Lake State Park Campground Island Park Idaho ID - CampgroundViews.com
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Henry’s Lake State Park in Island Park Idaho is located 15 miles from the West Entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Full and partial hookup RV and tent camping in a scenic setting overlooking the namesake lake. Access for fishing and boating along with hiking, biking, and off-roading in the nearby forest.
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The Sawtooth Wilderness
A video of photos taken in the Sawtooth Wilderness of Sawtooth National Recreation Area in central Idaho during summer 2008 and 2011.
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Sawtooth Mnts. Goat Falls & Goat Lake & Shelby GT-H
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Sawtooth National Recreation Area | Wikipedia audio article
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Sawtooth National Recreation Area
00:00:54 1 History
00:01:24 2 Geology
00:01:58 2.1 Mountains
00:02:49 2.2 Rivers
00:03:17 2.3 Lakes
00:03:44 3 Wildlife
00:04:23 4 Popular culture
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The Sawtooth National Recreation Area (SNRA) is a National Recreation Area located in central Idaho, United States that is managed as part of Sawtooth National Forest. The recreation area, established on August 22, 1972, is managed by the U.S. Forest Service, and includes the Sawtooth, Hemingway–Boulders, and Cecil D. Andrus–White Clouds wilderness areas. Activities within the 730,864-acre (2,957.70 km2) recreation area include hiking, backpacking, White water rafting, camping, rock climbing, kayaking, mountain biking, fishing, and hunting.The SNRA headquarters are about seven miles (11 km) north of Ketchum on Highway 75. SNRA also has a ranger station in Stanley, near its northern boundary.