Bring Your Family On A Dream Vacation To Idaho!

Horseback riding, hiking, sporting clays, archery, paddleboarding, fishing, jet boat and raft trips all from one place!

How Do We Get There?

How Do We Get There?

Most of our guests fly in to BOI, the Boise airport, and rent a car for the 2.5 hour drive here.  Passenger cars may be driven all the way to Seven Devils Lodge.  While it is generally more economical to rent a car, some of our guests prefer to be shuttled to the ranch.  We offer a shuttle to and from the airport, depending on availability.  The shuttle rate is $400 round trip. (total for the group, not per person)  It is important to review the directions to the lodge from our website, as GPS is not reliable and often leads people hours out of the way.

How do I make a reservation?

How do I make a reservation?
To make a reservation, call 208-253-3014.  We require a 50% deposit to confirm the reservation.  The remaining 50% as well as taxes are paid at the end of your trip.  We do not add a service fee or gratuities.  Our staff is grateful for any gratuities our guests choose to leave as a thank you for the staff’s efforts to provide a great experience for everyone.  Please see our cancellation policy page before you make your reservation.  Our summer rates for 2018 are $275 per person (12 and above) per day.  Children aged 4-11 are $175 per day.  Children aged three and under are free.  For kids aged 4-6 who do not wish to do activities, a special rate of $125 applies for meals and lodging.

What are the accommodations like?

What are the accommodations like?

The Lodge has five well-appointed bedroom suites.   The rooms are thematically decorated and feature a variety of sleeping accommodations, including twin, queen, and king beds and queen and twin sofa beds.  Two top floor suites share a semi private deck and every room has its own bathroom.   High quality mattresses and linens, along with the choir of crickets and frogs outside make for a restorative night’s sleep.  A shared great room on the main floor features a large screen tv and floor to ceiling fireplace.  The dining room seats groups of fifteen and the large wrap around deck features  gorgeous views for your lunch and dinner experience.

‘All inclusive’ family stays?

‘All inclusive’ family stays?
Our rate includes 3 meals a day, lodging, and guided activities, such as daily horseback instruction and rides, guided hikes, fishing, sporting clays, archery and paddleboards, etc. There are a few activity options that may be added on at an additional rate such as the Dinner at 8,000 ft. or a day trip to nearby resort town, McCall, and a Hells Canyon boat trip or raft trip, which must be booked through Hells Canyon Adventures. If you book a river trip with HCA during your stay with us, we will provide a shuttle to the launch site free of charge.

Need dietary accommodations?

Need dietary accommodations?

The meals at the lodge are healthy, tasty, and filling.  We serve beef from the cows here on the ranch, and many fruits, herbs, and vegetables from the garden and greenhouse.  It is important to give us advanced notice if someone in your group has dietary requirements as we are a minimum of 30 miles from the nearest small grocery store.  With plenty of notice in advance, our chef can accommodate alternative dietary needs with no problem.   We also have a small courtesy refrigerator in the bar area for our guests to keep snacks or drinks they bring with them.  We do not serve alcohol but juices, lemonade, teas, coffee, etc. are available.  We do have a bar area with fridge, ice maker, blender, and bar stools for our guests to bring their own alcoholic beverages.  

What gear is provided and what do I need to bring?

What gear is provided and what do I need to bring?

The lodge provides helmets for horseback riding.  Kids aged 12 and under are recommended to wear helmets.  It is optional for adults and kids aged 13-18.  In addition, we provide fishing poles, and fly rods, though most of our guests enjoy bringing their own.  Shotguns, clays, and ammunition are provided but guests are welcome to bring their own, as well.  We also provide recurve bows and the arrows and targets used for this activity.  We recommend our guests bring cowboy boots or sturdy shoes with a heel (hiking boots will do).  In addition, a hat, sunscreen and insect repellent are all recommended.  There is a hot tub on site, as well as small lakes for paddle boarding, so swim wear is important.  In general, a light jacket and long sleeve shirt is all that will likely be needed for layering during the summer months.  The temperatures range from highs of 70’s to upper 80’s most weeks of the summer, but we tend to get a few weeks in the 90’s each summer.  Each of the bedrooms and suites in the lodge have air conditioners. 

How do I stay connected during my visit to the Lodge?

Although there is currently no cell service at the Lodge, we do have high speed internet.  Many of our guests connect their cell phones via wifi and stay as connected as they wish to be.  In addition, we have satellite tv and a courtesy phone in the great room for our guests’ use.  The courtesy line is 208-253-3068. 

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Seven Devils Lodge

4043 Council Cuprum Road

Council, Idaho 83612

Phone: 208-253-3014

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