Looking for a year-round outdoor playground far off the tourist-trodden path? Grangeville, Idaho could be your new favorite destination for recreation any time of the year.
When you soar to a jet charter airport in Grangeville, Idaho, you’ll arrive at the Idaho County Airport. Located just one mile outside of Grangeville’s main business district, this county-owned public-use airport serves as the launching point for your Idaho excursion.
With an average of 39 inches of snow every winter, Grangeville is a snowmobiler’s winter wonderland. Head up to Dixie, Idaho for the Snowmobile Round Up. Here, you’ll find countless cross-country trails and plenty of downhill skiing and tubing for the whole family.
Swap out the snowmobile for a mountain bike, ATV, or side-by-side and explore the region from May through October.
If you’re in town during the summer, try your hand and test your sea legs with whitewater rafting or a jet boat journey across the Snake and Salmon Rivers. Looking for a quiet place to catch your dinner? The South Fork of Clearwater River is the perfect place to bring out the fly fishing rod and angle for steelhead and brown trout. Guided fishing trips are also available on both the Snake and Salmon Rivers for those looking to learn from the locals.
If the weather forces you indoors, head into town for Grangeville’s Bicentennial Historical Museum and Mammoth Exhibit. Or, visit one of many museums in small towns across the county to learn more about Idaho’s largest county.