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Visit Elmore County

Here are some of the things you can do in Elmore County.

Fall in Elmore County Camping:
-Bruneau Dunes
-Three Island Crossing Park
-CJ Strike
-Boise National Forest
-Anderson Ranch Recreation Area
-Trinity Lakes Area
-Pine/ Featherville Area
-Fall Creek Resort and Marina
Boating in Elmore County

Boating, Kayaking, Sailing, Windsurfing and Rafting and Fishing:

Mountain Home Ranger District - 208-587-7961
ALERT! 
South Fork Boise River - Use Caution Please use caution if you plan on floating the South Fork Boise River.  The South Fork Boise River, located in a large roadless area, is a changing river due to mud slides and rock deposits following large fires. Rafters need to be aware and prepared for changeable rapids. The Buffalo Creek rapid, which used to be a Class 3, is now a Class 5 Rapid. 
Please click here to view the video and use extreme caution!


-Anderson Ranch Reservoir
-CJ Strike
-South Fork Boise River
-Bruneau River
-Bruneau and Jarbidge Rivers
-Snake River, Southwest Region
-Little Camas Reservoir
-Mountain Home Reservoir

Flowers Hiking:
Bruneau Sand Dunes
Emigrant Foothills
Snake River Birds of Prey
Snowmobiling in Elmore County Snowmobiling and Cross Country Skiing:
-Boise National Forest
-Pine
-Featherville
-Sled the Trinities Website
Rockclimbing in Elmore County Rockclimbing:
-Castlerock area

Oregon Trail Event: Three Island River Crossing
Golfing: Currently there are two courses open to the public in the area. Mountain Home Public Golf Course-208-587-3293 and Carmela Vineyards Golf Course in Glenns Ferry-208-366-2313. Mountain Home Air Force Base also has a course, but is available only to military and their guests.
Events: See Mountain Home Events Calendar and What the H is going on.
Movies: Latest releases, information can be obtained by calling-587-5010
Bowling: Frontier Lanes. Open and League bowling call 587-4448 for dates and times.
Hunting and Fishing: There are numerous areas to hunt and fish in Idaho. The best source of information is Idaho Fish and Game Department.