Labor Day is a federal holiday observed during the first Monday in September in the United States. Spend Labor Day in Donnelly, Idaho and take your whole family to see a finch feeder at the Blue Ribbon yard, where you can not only spend quality time with your children, but also get in touch with nature as well. Catch a glimpse of the fantastic details of all the quilted blankets of the Pine Needle Quilter's Guild, some of which date back to the 1920's.
Take pictures of massive rocks at the Crown Point Campground, also called 'chicken rock.' Hike through North Fork Payette River below Cascade Dam and get your fill of nature. Be sure to bring your camera and picnic blankets and baskets as you listen to the sound of your children's laughter as they play in the sandy shores of Lake Cascade. Boats and jet skis are welcome since Lake Cascade is the fourth largest lake in the State of Idaho.