PO Box 475
Grangeville, ID 83530
Located in north central Idaho between Oregon and Montana, lies the Nez Perce National Forest. Of the Forest's 2.2 million-acres, nearly one half of the land is classified wilderness. Four wild and scenic rivers and several recreational rivers have carved deep canyons into the surrounding mountainous terrain. Large elk herds and fantastic steelhead runs provide exciting opportunities for sport fishing and hunting. It is a land rich in Nez Perce Tribe and early gold mining history.
Map + Directions
From Grangeville, US highway 95 south and State highway 14 east are the primary access routes into the forest.