Camp Ida-Haven, nestled on Payette Lake in beautiful McCall Idaho, is run as a summer camp for kids.  When they don’t have children’s groups scheduled, they rent out the venue for other groups, such as Fiber.Love.Retreat.*

Camp Ida-Haven is located 160 miles north of Boise, 259 miles south of Spokane, 450 miles east of Portland, 350 miles northwest of Idaho Falls, and 160 miles south of Lewiston.

Additional things to know about the retreat:

Camp Ida-Haven is a campground-type setting. For those folks who might find the walk between the cabins and the lodges a little intimidating, there should be two golf carts available for use. The access to the dining area has stairs, and the dorm rooms are accessed via stairs; there is not an elevator or a ramp on site. The camp is not ADA accessible. While we wish everyone could attend Fiber.Love.Retreat. if mobility issues prevent you from using stairs, or create a fall risk, this might not be a comfortable venue for you.

Two restrooms with showers are located in each cabin. The main lodge has two restrooms, each with two stalls, two showers, and three sinks. There is a bank of private bathrooms with showers approximately 100 yards from the main lodge, across from the old lodge.

For those of you who might not be able to totally “unplug,” there is WIFI available.

* While Camp Ida-Haven is a church-owned camp, there are no religious overtones or services taking place during Fiber.Love.Retreat.