Lake Cascade (formerly "Cascade Reservoir", also formerly known as Payette Lake "The Mile High Playground" ) is a reservoir in the western United States, on the North Fork of the Payette River in Valley County, Idaho. Located in the Boise National Forest, it has a surface area of 47 square miles (122 km2), and is the fourth largest lake or reservoir in the state. The closest cities are Cascade, Donnelly, and McCall, all in the Long Valley of Valley County.
Following a delay due to World War II, the earthen dam was built by the Bureau of Reclamation, and completed in 1948. The term "Lake Cascade" came into common use in the 1990s, with the federal name change made in 1999.
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