The St. Joe River area of the Idaho Panhandle National Forests includes most of what was originally established as the St. Joe National Forest and is now the St. Joe Ranger District.

This is an area of blue-ribbon cutthroat trout streams, Wild and Scenic Rivers, and extensive road less and primitive areas. We offer miles of trails for hikers, back country horse users, mountain bikers, and ATV riders. The St. Joe is nationally recognized for its’ elk herds.

Cutthroat Resort is located adjacent to the beautiful Wild & Scenic St. Joe River. Visit Marble Creek and view artifacts of early 20th century logging. Spend some time with us at the Cutthroat Resort or simply spend a day driving the St. Joe River road taking in the beauty of our rivers, mountains, vegetation, and wildlife, but don’t forget to stop in have a meal and share your adventures!

The St. Joe River and Tributaries offer Fantastic fishing opportunities for the entire family!

Hike and explore this amazing area!

Make Cutthroat Resort your base camp, Bring your UTV, ATV or Dirt bike and explore thousands of miles of back country.

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