Our Location Just Outside of Grangeville Idaho

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Nestled in the heart of North Central Idaho between the colorful wheat and canola fields of the Camas Prairie and the wilderness of the Nez Perce National Forest is the community of Grangeville, IdahoGrangeville acts as the county seat of Idaho’s largest territorial county, Idaho County, and sits along U.S. Highway 95.  Industry in the area mainly centers on farming, agriculture and timber.  However, there are multiple locally owned shops, businesses and restaurants.

Grangeville is rich in history.  

This settlement could tell stories of gold rushes, Old West battles, early pioneers and surprisingly even mammoths.  Mammoth skeletons were discovered and excavated in 1994 from Tolo Lake, which is just on the outskirts of Grangeville.  Visitors can learn more and see a life size replica of one of the mammoths at the Mammoth Exhibit located at Eimers Park.

Grangeville residents love to take advantage of the multitude of recreational opportunities close at hand.  They also take delight in local events and festivals like the annual Border Days Celebration held every 4th of July.  The three day annual event is one of the best you will find in small town America!  It features Idaho’s Oldest Rodeo, Main Street parades each day, a concert, a cowboy breakfast, fireworks and one of the world’s largest egg tosses. 

Besides the big Border Days event, Grangeville also hosts summer events like Music in the Park, and the Grangeville Farmers Market in City Park.

Also unique to Grangeville is the Sunset Auto Vue which is one of only a handful of drive in movie theaters still in operation in America.

Grangeville, Idaho is rich in history.  This settlement could tell stories of gold rushes, Old West battles, early pioneers and surprisingly even mammoths.  Mammoth skeletons were discovered and excavated in 1994 from Tolo Lake, which is just on the outskirts of Grangeville.  Visitors can learn more and see a life size replica of one of the mammoths at the Mammoth Exhibit located at Eimers Park.

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Grangeville Idaho

The greatest charm of this rural town is its atmosphere.  The people are friendly, the pace of life is unhurried and the unparalleled scenery is breathtaking. 

 “ALL ABOUT GRANGEVILLE” represents our growing archive of facts, stories and helpful resources about Grangeville, it’s history, culture, spiritual life, clubs and organizations and a whole lot more!   

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