Built in 1929…
A Tradition of Idaho Hospitality and Rustic Adventure
Since its construction, in 1929 by Idaho hero Robert Limbert the Redfish Lake Lodge has become a place of warmth, energy, Idaho adventure and authenticity for generations of families and treasured guests. Other than a couple of thoughtful renovations, the Lodge remains much the same as it was back in 1929. The resort sits on 16 acres of U.S. Forest Land. In the main Lodge, you will find the front desk, our amazing restaurant Limbert’s, and the rustic lounge. The second level has 8 motel rooms for guests. Out on the property, there are 21 historic and modern cabins and 11 motel/suite style units. The charming General Store is next to the lodge and offers souvenirs, gifts and basic grocery and camping and fishing supplies. The Redfish Marina sits directly in front of the Lodge provides boat rentals and a hiking shuttle into the beautiful Sawtooth Wilderness Area.
“When there is something in your nature that makes you sit and dream, of the wind and the pine trees and the murmuring of the stream; When that something keeps a’ calling till you feel you want to go, Start your journey, travel westward, to the land called “Idaho”
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Accommodations in Stanley, ID
Our rustic and charming Stanley, ID accommodations provide something for any type of traveler. We have many options from our historic lodge rooms to our large family style cabins. All of our units are within a short walking distance to the lake and lodge. We do not have TV or phones in our rooms. We do provide reliable wireless internet at the lodge, but internet is not available in all cabins. We hope that you will be able to “turn your back on the grind of the civilized world” while you are here with us. We also understand the importance of staying connected, and will be able to provide the necessities.
Begin browsing our lodging options to experience the wonder of Redfish Lake yourself. We invite you home to discover the beauty, adventure and a true sense of belonging. Come see why we call Redfish Lake Lodge home.
On the first floor of the main lodge, you will find Limbert’s, a staple for guests and visitors to the area. Named to honor Robert Limbert, who built the lodge in 1929, we aim to keep his authentic, rustic vision alive. We start with as much local Idaho grown ingredients as we can, then add our own blend of flavors from the Northwest’s wild resources. We specialize in salmon, trout, wild game, and other regional favorites. Our Stanley, Idaho restaurant also carries wines from acclaimed local, domestic, and international producers. The lake views and rustic lodge atmosphere will make this a memorable and ‘crave-able’ experience for small and large parties alike.
Take our hiker boat shuttle across the lake, enjoy a scenic guided tour, rent a pontoon boat, outboard motor boat, kayak, canoe, SUP or paddle boat. Or just simply enjoy sitting on Idaho’s best mountain beach.
Redfish Lake Lodge provides a unique and memorable setting for your special event. We specialize in Idaho weddings and have everything you need to enjoy this day with family and friends.
Hiker Boat Shuttle
Let us drop you off on the other side of the lake on our boat shuttle to experience world class hiking and backpacking. The boat leaves on demand from the lodge marina, and picks up on the other side of the lake at 9am, 12pm, 3pm, 5pm, and 7pm.
Our Stanley, Idaho restaurant with local fare and a friendly atmosphere is open all. Take part in an incredible dining experience inside the lodge at Limbert's or grab a casual meal outside at the Lakeside Grill. The Rustic Lounge is open daily.
Take your own boat, or rent one of ours, and explore our beautiful little corner of the scenic Sawtooth National Forest. The Marina sits directly in front of the lodge and also offers an incredible beach and swim area for all ages to enjoy!
Looking for a souvenir to remember an incredible vacation? Forgot your toothbrush? Looking to find the perfect treat or soft drink to end the perfect day? No problem, just visit our awesome General Store, located next to the Lodge.