climbing, mountain biking, Yoga, sporting clays, ATV Rentals - non-inclusive, bird watching, Shooting - trap / clays, 3D archery course, zipline, challenge course
Water based Activities
outdoor pool, hot tub, lake water sports, Fishing and swimming pond.
Fishing & Wildlife
Fly Fishing the St. Joe River, not included. White Pine Outfitters will be your outfitters for this trip. Free fly casting lessons are available at the ranch prior to your trip, and all the necessary gear is provided. Don’t hesitate to bring your own though, if you prefer. The legendary St. Joe River is classified as a National Wild and Scenic River. Its emerald-tinted waters are so clear you’ll see the river bottom over 20 feet below the surface. This classic fishery is home to a tremendous population of native Westslope cutthroat trout that can grow over 20 inches long. This classic Idaho river offers a variety of different hatches, including stoneflies, mayflies, caddisflies, and terrestrials, producing high fish counts and offering amazing action at times.
Fishing on offer
spin, fly, river, stocked pond, lake, equipment available, guided non-inclusive, unguided, instruction available, BYO equipment
For groups of 50-75.
We can handle up to 60 guests with shared accommodations. Please contact us for specific details.
We can cater for groups of 50-75.
Red Horse Mountain Ranch is the perfect destination for a wedding! We can take up to 60 guests with shared accommodations. Give us a call for more information.
Coeur d'Alene Lake
Coeur d’Alene Lake is the second largest lake in northern Idaho, caught in a beautiful mountain setting created when great lobes of the continental ice cap receded during the last Ice Age. The lake is over 26 miles long with some 135 miles of shoreline, dotted with numerous parks, campgrounds, beaches, trails and recreational facilities. The lake is fed primarily by two rivers, the Coeur d’Alene River and St. Joe River, and its outlet forms the Spokane River. A natural lake, the lake level is controlled by discharges from the Post Falls Dam operated by Avista.
Park, Beaches and Trails: There are more than a dozen well maintained boat ramps around the lake. Right in Coeur d’Alene proper are City Park and Beach with extensive sandy beaches, trails, ball courts, volleyball and more; and Tubbs Hill, a 165-acre natural peninsula with miles of hiking trails offering spectacular scenery. The North Idaho Centennial Trail runs along miles of waterfront, through the city to Higgins Point. Out of the city, major parks include Heyburn State Park, Mineral Ridge, the Trail of the Coeur d’Alene’s and Beauty Bay.
Boating: There are more than a dozen well maintained boat launches around the lake. Several companies offer rentals of watercraft ranging from jet skis and ski boats to pontoon boats to sailboats and stand-up paddle boards. There are nine major marinas on the lake with fuel docks, food and services.
Wildlife: One of the great wildlife spectacles of the region, each winter from November through February a migrating population of bald eagles visits the Lake Coeur d’ Alene area to feed on spawning kokanee salmon in Wolf Lodge Bay. The number varies each year, but more than 200 of the majestic birds have been spotted in some prime seasons. Swans, geese, ducks and ospreys are also abundant around the lake in spring and summer.
Fishing: The lake hosts a variety of sport fisheries; it’s especially noted for its chinook salmon. But fishermen also enjoy fishing for trout, smallmouth and largemouth bass, northern pike and kokanee salmon. There are a number of charter fishing companies and fishing guide services.
7 miles / 15 mins