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Your Summer Mountain Retreat

Open Wednesday May 19, 2021 through Sunday, September 19, 2021

Located on a 66-acre peninsula on the banks of Lake Cascade, near Donnelly, Idaho is a vacation paradise. The campground is managed by Southwestern Idaho Senior Citizens Recreational Association (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 on a seasonal basis for campers of all ages.

SISCRA Willow Creek Campground

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, firewood at no additional cost, and a group camping area that may be reserved for family reunions, youth camps, weddings or other events. A kitchen, pavilion and recreation hall are also available to rent. Bring your boat and use our boat launch ramp to enjoy fishing or pleasure boating on Lake Cascade.

About SISCRA

SISCRA was founded in 1978 as a non-profit organization by a group of senior citizens from western Idaho. A lease was obtained from the Bureau of Reclamation and with the assistance and donations of volunteers, Willow Creek Campground was carved out of the forest.

Over the years, many improvements have been added to make the campground the beautiful, rustic campground it is today. Willow Creek Campground is operated by SISCRA’s fifteen directors who volunteer their time to care for, maintain and improve the area. Many of SISCRA’s members aid in the park operations by donating their time in maintenance chores, upkeep tasks and fund-raising projects. All proceeds are used for improvements and upkeep.

Finding SISCRA

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. The road ends at the campground.

Board of Directors

The Campground is maintained by a Board of Directors. Together, this group opens and closes the campground, keeps the area in good condition, removes hazardous trees, cuts firewood, operates the “honey wagon,” and does general maintenance.

Finding SISCRA

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. The road ends at the campground.

SISCRA Group Area

Reserve your site now for your next big event

SISCRA Willow Creek Campground has a beautiful Group area that is ideal for family reunions, church camps, business retreats, and even weddings. It includes twelve electric RV sites, lots of tent space and a shelter area with easy access to hiking trails and the boat dock. A kitchen is also available.

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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.