No matter what the season, there are lots of things to do in Grangeville Idaho.
GOLF COURSE: Right here at Crimson Ridge Subdivision you’ll find walking and golf cart trails interconnecting the Crimson Ridge community with Grangeville Golf and Country Club, a 9 hole course that is open seasonally from spring to early fall.
FISHING: In the spring, you can fish for Chinook Salmon and Steelhead in the Salmon River, the South Fork of the Clearwater River and also on the Snake River. Many residents enjoy heading to Winchester Lake or Dwoshak Reservoir to camp and fish for a variety of freshwater species. Hiring a guide to take you on a fishing expedition on the Salmon or Snake is one way to enjoy fishing in the “honey holes”, especially for the more elusive fish like Sturgeon.
ATV / SIDE BY SIDE TRAIL RIDING: All except winter, our trail systems in the Nezperce Clearwater National Forest offer a network of rides that will take you to numerous picnic spots and historical references. The Centennial Trail is a well maintained trail system that the Idaho Pathfinders ATV Club maintain to remove debris, fallen trees and rocks after a winter season, and that takes you all the way to Florence Idaho, an historical gold rush town with relics and interesting history to enjoy. Killgore Adventures is an outfitter located in White Bird, Idaho that offers Side by Sides to rent and a guide to show you the trails.
SKI HILL & TUBE RUN – Winter brings snow and with snow, brings downhill skiing and snowboarding as well as enjoying snow tubing on the tube hill. Just 7 miles south of Grangeville Idaho on Grangeville Salmon Road, Snowhaven is a wonderful spot during snowy weekends that families and individuals can take advantage.
SUMMER CONCERT IN THE PARK SERIES – Four weeks during the summer, our Grangeville Arts committee coordinates four bands that play in City Park, Residents and visitors alike are sprinkled on the grassy lawn with chairs and blankets, maybe a little wine and cheese, to enjoy live music from regional bands.
RODEO EVENT: Grangeville Border Days is the oldest rodeo event in the State of Idaho, having spanned over 100 years of western cowboys and rodeo riding events. The Grangeville Border Days Committee work hard to build this 3 day event each year over the Independence Day holiday weekend. All the details can be found at GrangevilleBorderDays.org