Come and explore the Grangeville Visitor Center and the wonderful people you will meet there.
Located in Eimers Park at the Junction of Highway 95 North and North Pine – Grangeville, Idaho
beginning April 1st:
9:00 am to 5 pm Monday thru Friday
beginning Sept. 1st
10.00 am to 2.00 pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday
About Our Visitors Center
The Visitor Center is managed and staffed by volunteers out of our Grangeville community. We have 14 regulars, which includes some husbands and wives teams. We also have about 4 or 5 stand-bys. All volunteers are local retirees who are there to answer questions about the area.
Informational books, brochures and maps are available. Free crayons and coloring sheets are available to children who visit the center. Mementos of your trip to beautiful Idaho are available for sale.
Relax in the friendly atmosphere of the Center, view the handcrafted art displays of some of the well-known artist of the area, i.e.: Wood Carving by Angus Kennedy, Rawhide Braiding of Horace Henderson, Ray Holes Leather Art, and the Silver Engraving of C.H. “Bill” Ketcham.
Featuring Grangeville’s Mammoth Replica Display
View an actual mammoth humerus bone on display, which was discovered and excavated from nearby Tolo Lake in September 1994. Then you may wish to stroll down the path to view a complete life-sized mammoth skeleton. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy Eimers-Soltman Park; potable water is available outside and clean restrooms are available inside the Center during regular visiting hours.