SISCRA IS OPEN!

SISCRA’s response to covid-19

SISCRA will open to the public on Friday, May 22.

At all times throughout the camping season the following rules will be followed by all campers, Groups, Board and staff. Non-compliance will result in being asked to leave the campground.

  • Engage in physical distancing of at least six feet
  • Wear face coverings in public
  • Go home if sick – don’t risk infecting other campers
  • Wash hands often with soap and water
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with the elbow bend of arm
  • Disinfect personal surfaces and objects regularly

Campers are responsible for their own hygiene, including masks and sanitizers.  The Campground will not be liable if campers get sick.  You come up at your own risk and will be asked to leave if you do not comply with these rules.

Groups using the Rec Hall and/or Kitchen are responsible for wiping down all surfaces after use, with sanitizing wipes, which will be supplied.  The kitchen is to be used only for storing food items, not for cooking.

SISCRA is responsible for the following additional measures:

  • Restroom faucets and door handles will receive an extra wipe-down in the afternoons, along with the scheduled check for sufficient paper products.
  • Hand sanitizers will be installed at the Gatehouse, shop, staff trailer, Rec Hall, and office.
  • Pump hand sanitizers will be carried in the Honey Wagon.
  • All money handlers will be supplied with pump hand sanitizers.
  • Sanitizing wipes will be available in the Gatehouse, shop, staff trailer, Kitchen and Rec Hall.

Social activities may need to be avoided this year.  There will be no Bingo nights at least through June, and possibly for the entire season.  Depending on conditions, the 4th of July BBQ, SISCRA Days, and the Appreciation Dinner may need to be eliminated this year.

To contact the campground, email us at siscra@gmail.com, or call 208-325-8130.

 

The central Idaho mountains are a splendid recreational area which has long been a popular vacation paradise. Located in the heart of this land of dreams is SISCRA’s (Southwest Idaho Senior Citizens Recreation Association) Willow Creek Campground.

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190 campsites

Picnic tables for RVs and tents

Electric hookups

Campfire pits

66 acre Lake Cascade peninsula

SISCRA’s

Willow Creek Campground

The central Idaho mountains are a splendid recreational area which has long been a popular vacation paradise. Located in the heart of this land of dreams is SISCRA’s (Southwest Idaho Senior Citizens Recreation Association) Willow Creek Campground.

The park is situated on a 66 acre peninsula on the banks of Lake Cascade. The campground is managed by SISCRA, a non-profit Idaho corporation on land owned by the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Reclamation.

The campground is open to the public on a seasonal basis. The 2020 season will open on May 20 and will close September 20. Dates are subject to weather and park conditions.

The park features 190 campsites with picnic tables for RVs and tents, most with electric hookups and campfire pits. Campsites are available on a first come-first served basis. We do not take reservations for individual camping sites but usually have ample sites available. Other features include public restrooms with hot showers and a group camping area that may be reserved for family reunions or other events. A kitchen and recreation hall are available to rent. Bring your boat and use our boat launch ramp to enjoy fishing or pleasure boating on Lake Cascade.

So, why not plan a summertime visit to SISCRA’s Willow Creek Campground and RV park? 

It’s a great spot to enjoy all the beauty of the west-central mountains and the many opportunities for summer fun at Lake Cascade!

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12991 Siscra Road Donnelly, ID 83615

Directions

The park is located just a few miles southwest of Donnelly, Idaho and a mere two hour drive from Boise.

Travel north along the Payette River on Idaho Highway 55 and view pristine forest, wildlife, and historic sites like the Rainbow Bridge. You’ll travel through Horseshoe Bend, Banks, Smith’s Ferry and Cascade. After crossing the Gold Fork River, turn left onto Loomis Lane, then right on Siscra Road to the campground.