Grangeville, “The Gateway to Wilderness,” is the county seat of Idaho County located on the Camas Prairie.
Visitors enjoy a variety of amenities usually available only in the city while being within 15 minutes of unparalleled white-water rafting, fishing, jet boating, skiing, hunting, camping and hiking.
The town boasts an old time drive-in movie, the historic Blue Fox Theatre, three city parks, swimming pool, historical museum, art gallery, airport, many restaurants and a college outreach center among its attractions. Independence Day brings international participants to compete in Idaho’s oldest rodeo, as well as hundreds of visitors to enjoy parades, street sports and reunions during the Border Days Celebration. Visit www.grangevilleborderdays.org for more information.
Outdoor enthusiasts find Grangeville the perfect starting point for adventures in five wilderness areas, four national forests and five rivers – the Salmon, River of No Return, Clearwater, Snake, Lochsa and Selway, the Bitterroot Mountains and Hell’s Canyon – North America’s deepest river gorge.
Friendly people, comfortable accommodations, clean air and water, plus incomparable scenery make Grangeville the destination town for vacationers.