Located 8 miles north of Idaho City along the Ponderosa Pine scenic byway off highway 21, Mores creek cabins are 3 yurt sized 20′ diameter cabins, a 22 and a 24 foot diameter tepees and a 17 foot by 20 foot luxurious wall tent with great southern mountain views and surrounded by Boise national forest. All rentals are off the grid and use battery powered lights and outhouses with no electricity, internet or phone service. Open year round to hikers, four wheeler’s, horseback riding, hot spring tours, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, mountain and road biking, reservoir use and more. Ea cabin has its own wood-stove of which at this time one bundle per reservation of wood is free and must be picked up at our store at 3777 w Chinden garden city Idaho. 2 full over full bunks and cabin 1 has a futon. Make sure you get a email with your door code and other info before you go to cabins. Ea cabin can sleep 4 adults and cabin 1 can sleep 6. A large fire dept approved fire pits with large steel grates for summer cookouts, picnic tables, gazebo with fire pit and picnic tables for gatherings, horseshoe pit, well, outdoor solar or propane M.A.S.H style shower and outhouse located between cabins 2 and 3. Bring your own sleeping bags, 8 D sized batteries for lights and food and ea cabin has a teapot for hot water ,coffee or tea complimentary inside the cabins. Board games and LED lights are available in ea cabin for night time use. Surrounded by national forest the cabins are extremely quiet but easily accessible by highway 21. During winter the lower cabin is walk in but the upper structures require snowshoeing or snowmobile access and during the summer all of the structures can be driven to and parked next to. Marine owned with veteran discounts available. Visit historic Idaho City ten minutes away for dining and enjoy the new hot springs resort “The Springs” just south of town. Additional hot springs are a short car ride away in unimproved locations. Bring your gold pan for 8 mile creek on property or Mores creek across the highway. Depending upon the season bears, wolves, elk, deer, chipmunks and birds abound. ***Note: location is high mountain wilderness and winter conditions always are a possibility. Use caution, drive an all wheel or four wheel drive, watch weather reports and prepare for snow and cold weather conditions. You may need to park off site on the highway pull outs and snowshoe in until the site can be plowed. The cabin property is located on the highway so this is not a big problem.