Hiked along the lake and got great pictures. Beautiful mountain backdrop! Very refreshing and all easy to access. Did the fishhook trail, which was nice and easy if you want that.
Took the drive to Redfish while @ Sun Valley for a few days! The Lodge is a 'hidden getaway' to yesteryear, complete with Adirondack chairs on the porch overlooking the lake. We took the hour long boat cruise so that we could see the lake at it's best! Day would not be complete without ice cream cones, and a couple... More
again, we took the whole, extended family on labor day weekend to redfish. we had a big spread of our chairs, food and drink. what a great place to take a family and have fun. the kids took the great grand mother out on the paddle boat, and the others rented stand up paddle boards.. fun in the sun.
This wonderful lake lodge reminds me of something out of the 50's with big chairs in the front for people watching. I have never stayed in the cabins or the lodge. The cabins look dark and I hear the lodge rooms share baths, not for me. I prefer to stay in Stanley, a little north at the Valley Creek. They... More
The scenery is excellent. But the noise from boats, the roads and lots of children with loud toys made us regret our stop here. This is a fun family place for those who have lots of toys and trucks with big engines. Campers who want peaceful serenity beware!
The Redfish Lake area is nothing short of spectacular with crystal clear water (albeit it's usually eye popping cold), stunning snow capped mountains and much to do. If you're going to be in the Sun Valley area, it's worth the hour drive. Be aware that on weekends, yes, it can have the summer crowds, but even they can't take away... More
I went to redfish after visiting the ghost town in custer on a 90° day and it was the first time in my life I've ever seen such clean water, beautiful views, easy access, and clean bathrooms at a lake! Must go again
We left Hailey and travelled to our next stop. Along the way we happened upon Redfish Lake. We found the campground but it was very busy. The drive is between 45-60 minutes from Ketchum. Have lunch either at the Galena Lodge or the Stanley Bakery. Galena is about 25 minutes before Redfish. We called intio the Firestry Commission at Ketchum... More
We took a day to drive through the wilderness areas around Ketchum, ending up at Redfish Lake in time to chat with the guys getting ready to stock the lake with trout that evening. The resort and campgrounds aren't open for the season yet, but we drove around anyway and enjoyed the snow-capped mountain views. This looks like an amazing... More
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