Whether you’re visiting Grangeville Idaho during the winter or summer, immerse yourself in the outdoors with panoramic vistas and nature filled adventure.
From snowmobile and cross country trails, downhill skiing and tubehill fun at Snowhaven for winter sports enthusiasts, to hiking and mountain biking trails during the warmer months of May through October, and motorcycling or ATV riding whenever the weather and your desire calls you.
Whatever it is you like to do outdoors, do something to excite your senses! Grangeville offers a great place to hang your hat while enjoying a wide range of outdoor recreation.
Dare yourself on a whitewater rafting or jet boat excursion down the Snake or Salmon Rivers or just take time out to go fishing with your favorite fly rod and find a honey hole full of steelhead or the more timid brown trout on the historic South Fork of the Clearwater River.
If a guided trip is preferred, our area offers a a wide variety of guided fishing trips on the Snake AND Salmon Rivers and provides easy access to travelers along Hwy 95.
Horse Trail Riding and other outdoor adventures are available as well. Check Idaho Outfitters and Guides Association for other ideas to create the perfect getaway to Central Idaho.
If you prefer more intellectual pursuits of a historical nature, we have a long list of wonderful opportunities to learn more about the heritage and pastimes of this region. From Grangeville’s Bicentennial Historical Museum as well as the Mammoth Exhibit, to Cottonwood’s Historical Museum at St. Gertrudes, and other prominent museums in the area, Grangeville offers a unique infusion of historical characters and pastimes.
So, whatever it is you enjoy, you’ll find a variety of fun things to do here and around Grangeville. Don’t forget to hang your spurs up and get a little rest while you’re here.
Please don’t forget to let us know if we can send information your way if you’re interested in vacation planning in the Grangeville Area.