Our lodge near the Lochsa River in Syringa, Idaho is home to a new wilderness vacation resort in the Rocky Mountains, located just 3 miles from the Lewis and Clark Trail on the banks of the Middle Fork of the Clearwater, one of the original rivers designated "Wild and Scenic" by Congress in 1968. Surrounded by 1.1 million acres of the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness Area, our property is only 90 miles east of Lewiston, Idaho on Hwy 12 with easy fly in access from Missoula, Montana or Spokane, Washington.
Area Attractions and Activities
The area surrounding River Dance Lodge has plenty of cultural and historical activities available for those who may not want a fishing, rafting, riding or canoeing adventure. There’s something for everyone at River Dance Lodge!
Things to do while you are traveling to or from the Lodge
Idaho and Montana have so much to offer! Consider extending your River Dance Lodge trip by visiting some the Northwest's best attractions. We've compiled activities that are within driving distance of several airports nearby the lodge.
One of this area's greatest assets are the tight knit communities that make up the local towns. Many of these towns celebrate their heritage and love of the area with annual festivals. These festivals are a great way to see the area from 'the locals' perspective. You'll sample music, food, drama, art, competitive rivalries and good old fashioned fun!