The idea to convert 25 acres of undeveloped land into a great RV park was born in 1982. Today the park, which sits on the bank of the Payette River in Cascade, Idaho, is the summer home for people who spend months, weeks, or a few days enjoying the friendly ambiance of Arrowhead RV Park.
Gerald and Bobbie Patterson spent the past thirty-five years building a park that offers guests not only 120 full-service RV spaces, tent spaces, camping cabins, and yurts, but a long list of activities to fill their days. Wood carving, beading, quilting, and painting, plus TV, WiFi, and games, have become the personality of Arrowhead RV Park.
Our history is one of years of hard work resulting in the achievement of that early idea born in 1982. We look forward to having guests from across the country become part of our growing family of those who call Arrowhead an important part of their summer memories and RV life. We have finished building the park and all of its amenities, but we are never through making it one of the best parks anywhere.