Whitebird Summit Lodge
2141 Old White Bird Hill Road PO Box 392, Grangeville, ID, USAhttp://www.whitebirdsummitlodge.com866-562-5398The Whitebird Summit Lodge is located on the LocKey U Ranch. Seventy acres overlooking White Bird Canyon, the Camas Prairie and the Salmon River basin. Whether it be by foot, horse, boat or just plain relaxing, the adventure you undertake is up to you. Our goal is for our guests to escape the fast road of modern society if only for a moment and to depart us not as our guests but as our friends.
http://www.lockeyu.com/idaho%20summer%20pack%20trips.html866-562-5392Would you like a "Go back in time adventure"? Where you would be like the first mountain man, just you and the vast wilderness! Then experience our unique horseback trip to the turn of the previous century at the "Historic Gilmore Ranch." This is a one of a kind trip by horse back into this road less area, where we live as they did a hundred year ago. We overnight in the original 1930's Barton Cabin and by day ride into the vast endless forest, hike or fish a virgin mountain stream. In the evening we site around a camp fire and reminisce after viewing deer, elk or moose grazing in the meadow before the sun sets. The Gilmore Brothers (Elmer, Fred and Sam) home steaded the area in the late 1800's and had a Bed and Breakfast lodging riders passing through during the Gold rush days. They raised cattle and farmed the land with the farm equipment still standing still in the meadows.
Bicentennial Historical Museum
305 North College Streethttp://grangevilleidaho.com/bicentennial-historical-museum(208) 983-2573Includes permanent mining display and Nezperce Indian display. Special art show in basement.
Horse trail riding
2141 Old White Bird Hill Road, PO Box 392(208) 983-1802LocKey U Outfitters offers fully guided hunting camps and drop camps for all the wests premier species. We have traditional tent camps in remote area's and hunting from the Historic Gilmore Ranch cabin Our hunts are by horseback in the back country. Hunting for elk, moose, bear, lion, whitetail deer. Trail rides out of the lodge overlooking the Camas Prairie, the Gospel Hump Wilderness area and the Salmon River Valley. Ride through historic grounds and listen to Frank tell the story of the Nez Perce Indian war from 1877. Trace the steps of Chief White Bird and Chief Joseph. On the full day rides enjoy a BBQ or a picnic lunch with breathtaking views of the canyon below us.
Blue Fox Theatre
116 West Main Streethttp://www.rextheater.us(208) 983-1370Home town theater with all the old time atmosphere and now in digital format.
St Gertrude Monastery
465 Keuterville Roadwww.stgertrudes.org(208) 962-3224We are monastic women who follow the ancient Rule of Benedict. Using early Christian communities as our model, we live out the values of praying together, living together, sharing all things in common, and serving the wider community and one another. We are a Roman Catholic religious community of 50 Professed Sisters (13 Sisters are serving away from the Monastery) that intentionally manifest Benedictine spirituality in the world.
Dog Bark Park Inn and gift shop
2421 U.S. 95 Bushttp://dogbarkparkinn.com/giftshop/index.html(208) 983-1236Carvings are available from the Chainsaw Kennels at Dog Bark Park, Cottonwood, Idaho. Other items are available from our gift shop as well, so stop in for a visit and to peruse our wide selection.
Grangeville Country Club
16785 Highway 95 Shttp://grangevillegolf.com(208) 983-1299Greens, Carts and other fees: Handicap $28.00; Locker $10.00; Driving Range: $2.50 per small bucket, $4.00 for large 2012 Green Fees: 9 holes $14.00 18 holes $22.00 *Juniors 17 & under $8.00 (All day) Cart Rentals: 9 holes $10.00 18 holes $18.00 UNLIMITED RANGE BALLS $75 PER INDIVIDUAL $125 FOR A COUPLE
http://grangevilleidaho.com/things-to-do/mammoth-exhibitThis was truly a mammoth discovery. A few years ago, a group of local volunteers dug up a strange object while working in a dry lake bed near the outskirts of Grangeville. Fortunately for science, they had the foresight to contact archaeologists for the Nez Perce National Forest who recognized it as the leg bone of a mammoth. That 1994 discovery at Tolo Lake led to others and soon the Idaho State Historical Society, the University of Idaho and the Idaho Museum of Natural History were involved. A cooperative excavation project was quickly organized and the dig soon revealed a mammoth graveyard of hundreds of skeletons. Since that time, organizers raised funds to purchase a resin mammoth skeleton replica and build an enclosed interpretive structure to house this bony beast. Located on U.S. 95, adjacent to the Grangeville Area Chamber of Commerce, this exhibition provides a vivid display of these once immense animals and what this region may have looked like thousands of years ago.
Payette National Forest
800 Lakeside Avewww.fs.usda.gov/payette(208) 634-0700The Payette National Forest spans over 2.3 million acres of some of west-central Idaho's most beautiful and diverse country.
Nez Perce National Forest
www.fs.usda.gov/nezperceThe Nez Perce National Forest is located in central Idaho and is a land of beautiful rivers and steep mountains.
Wallowa National Forest
http://www.fs.usda.gov/wallowa-whitmanThe Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, 2.3 million acres of varied landscape, extends from the Blue Mountains and rugged Wallowa Mountains down to the spectacular canyon country of the Snake River on the Idaho border.
Hells Canyon National Recreation Area
1339 Highway 95(208) 628-3916
http://grangevilleidaho.com/things-to-do/mammoth-exhibitThis was truly a mammoth discovery. A few years ago, a group of local volunteers dug up a strange object while working in a dry lake bed near the outskirts of Grangeville. Fortunately for science, they had the foresight to contact archaeologists for the Nez Perce National Forest who recognized it as the leg bone of a mammoth. That 1994 discovery at Tolo Lake led to others and soon the Idaho State Historical Society, the University of Idaho and the Idaho Museum of Natural History were involved. A cooperative excavation project was quickly organized and the dig soon revealed a mammoth graveyard of hundreds of skeletons. Since that time, organizers raised funds to purchase a resin mammoth skeleton replica and build an enclosed interpretive structure to house this bony beast. Located on U.S. 95, adjacent to the Grangeville Area Chamber of Commerce, this exhibition provides a vivid display of these once immense animals and what this region may have looked like thousands of years ago. The excavation of Tolo Lake was initially begun as a volunteer project organized by the Idaho Departement of Fish and Game to improve fishing at Tolo Lake. The lake has now been refilled to protect bones still unearthed and provide enhanced fishing opportunities as originally intended.
Mountain River Outfitters
411 N Mainhttp://www.idahoriver.com(888) 547-4837We encourage fishing on all of our whitewater trips but if your looking to have fishing the center of your vacation we have dedicated fishing trips in either raft or Drift Boat.
Zims Hot Springs
2995 Zims Roadhttp://www.idahohotsprings.com/destinations/zims/index.htm(208) 347-2686Zims Hot Springs features outdoor pools fed by natural mineral water from an artesian well that is cooled by the waters of the Little Salmon River and treated with chlorine. The outdoor soaking pool maintains a temperature range of 103-106, while the outdoor swimming pool ranges between 90 and 100.
Jerry Johnson Campground
http://www.idahohotsprings.com/destinations/jerry_johnson/index.htmJerry Johnson is one of Idaho's most popular natural hot springs, and consists of three hot springs sources, each with their own soaking opportunities. Featuring pools with rock walls, some with sandy clear bottoms and some with silt. The 1st of 3 sources, known as the waterfall pools, are submerged until late summer (end of August), while the other 2 sources have pools that are available for soaking year-round.
White Water Rafting trips
RigginsWhite water rafting trips on the Escape... into the Idaho Wilderness on a premier rafting vacation with Mountain River Outfitters. Choose a river trip that is right for you and your family. Completely free of life's distractions, a river trip with MRO is the best escape from the everyday grind and the hectic world we live in. Join us and discover for yourself the serenity of nature, the exhilaration of rafting Idaho's legendary whitewater and astonishing natural wonders. Offering half day, full day and multi day trips on the Salmon River, snake River and the MainSalmon River.
Jet boat tours Snake River
http://www.hellscanyonadventures.com/pages/tours.htmGet ready for a thrilling whitewater experience navigating through the attention-grabbing rapids in Hells Canyon on the Snake River.
Jet Boat Tours Salmon River
½ day and 1 day Salmon River jet boat tours on the Main or Lower Salmon River. Jet boats have provided access to homesteads and ranches since the early 60's but now allow those with a limited schedule or those physically unable to experience a raft trip to experience the beauty and wilderness of the Main or Lower Salmon River. The best time to join our jet boat tours is in the spring or early summer. This time frame offers more opportunities to view wildlife, fewer crowds and plenty of water for our boats to fly through the river corridor.
Pittsburg Landing, Idaho
United Stateshttp://www.fs.usda.gov/wps/portal/fsinternet/!ut/p/c4/04_SB8K8xLLM9MSSzPy8xBz9CP0os3gDfxMDT8MwRydLA1Pittsburg Landing near White Bird provides a boat launch ramp into Hells Canyon, the deepest river gorge in North America and access to the 652,488 acres of Hells Canyon National Recreation Area. A campground, restrooms and trail head complete the site.
Upper Pittsburg Landing Picnic Area
http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/wallowa-whitman/recreation/hiking/recarea/?recid=51709&actid=50Upper Pittsburg Landing Picnic Area is located on the shores of the Wild and Scenic Snake River in Hells Canyon. From the site you can enjoy watching jet boats and rafts go along the river and look at the canyon walls. During the Summer months the temperatures can be very hot. There is poision ivy in and around the picnic sites and an occassional visit by a rattlesnake.
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1339 Highway 95(208) 628-3916The Hells Canyon Wilderness is composed of 213,906 acres of high mountain peaks, ominous canyon rim-rocks, breathtaking vistas, and quieting solitude.
Heaven gate Look Out
7 Devils Roadhttp://www.fs.fed.us/wildflowers/regions/northern/SevenDevils/index.shtml208-628-3916The rocky alpine peaks of the Seven Devils climb skyward from the Snake River to over 9,400 feet and are often snow-capped in July. They provide excellent habitat for mountain goats, best viewed from July to September. Heavens Gate lookout offers an incredible view of portions of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. Several hiking trails lead to over 90 alpine lakes. The open subalpine forests and high elevation grasslands offer spectacular wildflower blooms in July with lupine, phlox, penstemon, buckwheat, stonecrop, Indian paintbrush and phacelia to name a few. On the drive up, watch for elk, white-tailed deer, and ruffed and blue grouse. Also, watch for golden eagle, yellow-bellied marmot, Columbian ground squirrel, pika, and the tracks of black bear and coyote. From Riggins, Idaho, head south on US 95 for 0.75 miles. Turn right onto Forest Road 517 and go 17 miles to the Seven Devils Campground (just west of Windy Saddle Campground). From the parking lot, scan the cliffs for mountain goats. Heaven’s Gate Lookout is 1.25 miles further down road 517. The open slopes in the vicinity of Windy Saddle to Heaven’s Gate as well as the trail to the lookout support the best wildflower viewing. Maps of the area are available at the USFS office, which is well signed from the highway to the south of Riggins.
1 Butte Dr Cottonwood ID, 83522-5200http://www.visitidaho.org/attraction/outdoor-recreation/skookumchuck-recreation-siteSkooumchuck is a great place to pull off the road on a hot day and have a picnic by the Lower Salmon River. The beach is large and picnic tables are in a grassy area above the river. This BLM Recreation Site is along Hwy. 95 between Riggins and White Bird. There are restrooms and drinking water. Pets are allowed at this day-use area.
Pine Bar Beach
A great beach and fishing area. Bring a picnic lunch along there are no services here. Very tranquil beach area on the Salmon River with high canyon walls. Long beach area that kids can swim in.
Macs Bar and Grill
White Bird208-839-2600Open Wednesday through Sunday
Hill Top Resturant
500 E Main Street, Grangeville Idaho208-983-1714
101 East Main Street(208) 983-2106
Palenque Mexican Restaurant
711 West Main Street(208) 983-1335
111 North College Street(208) 983-0490
107 W north Street, Grangeville Idahowww.facebook.com/pages/The-Twisted-Cellar(208) 983-1580Wine and Beer Bar and Restaurant. Open Monday thru Saturday. Open Monday and Tuesday 11 to 3, and Wednesday thru Saturday 11 to 9
179 Greenacres Lane(208) 983-3054Located righ off highway 95 before the entrance to Grangeville Idaho. Entrance is by the Gateway motel.
126 West Main Street(208) 983-5555Located downtown Grangeville Idaho, very close to the Blue Fox theater.
521 West Main Street(208) 983-1701Located close to Syringa Hospital in Grangeville Idaho
Highway 95 , White Bird, ID 83554(208) 839-2265Located off Highway 95 just south of White Bird Idaho. Truck stop type of food. Very close to the Salmon River
124 West Main Street(208) 983-4203Open every day 7am- 9pm Located down town Grangeville Idaho Close to the Blue Fox Theater
United Methodist Church
404 West Main Streethttp://www.gbgm-umc.org/grangevilleumc/grangeville/grangevilleumc.htm(208) 983-0310United Methodist Church located in Grangeville, Idaho 11am worship
St Peter Paul Catholic Church
625 Lake Streethttp://www.stspeterandpaulparish.org(208) 983-0403sunday Worship 8am Saturday worship 530pm St Peter and Paul Catholic church located in Grangeville, Idaho
Pleasant View Baptist Church
110 Everest Street(208) 839-2220Church is located in down town White Bird Idaho Mass is 10am on Sunday
Church of the Nazarene
515 West North 2nd Street(208) 983-0552Church of Nazarene is located down town Grangeville Idaho
Christian Church Grangeville
402 Southwest 1st Streethttp://www.grangevillechristianchurch.org(208) 983-2549Worship services 10am Sunday Church is lcoated down town Grangeville Idaho
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
311 South Hall Streethttp://www.episcopalchurch.org/parish/holy-trinity-grangeville-id(208) 983-6075Holy Trinity Church is located down town Grangeville Idaho
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
403 North Boulevard Street(208) 983-2110Church is located on the east end of town in Grangeville Idaho.
Mountain Shadows Baptist Church
215 North C Streethttp://faithfamilyjesus.com/churchprofile.php?ChurchID=119812(208) 983-2225Church is located down town Grangeville Idaho
901 West Main Street(208) 983-7508Open 24 hours Has Taco John inside Zip Trip
712 West Main Street(208) 983-1910Sunset Mart is located across the street from the Mexican Resturant in Grangeville Idaho
105 Hwy 95 N(208) 983-0176Depot Express is open 5am - 930pm every day and is located on highway 95 in Grangeville, Idaho.
Irwin Drug Inc
146 West Main Streethttp://www.idcompounding.com(208) 983-1090Open Monday Through Friday 830am - 600pm Sopen Saturday 900am- 500pm Irwin Drugs is located down town Grangeville, Idaho Has some great gifts also