Meadows Valley, Idaho (New Meadows)
Where is Meadows Valley?
Meadows Valley and New Meadows is located at the crossroads of Highway 55 and US Highway 95.
It is also the heart of the outdoor activity hub all four seasons. You name it, it is close by. By renting in Meadows Valley, you are avoiding the high costs of lodging in a tourist location yet you are close by.
Choose An Activity
In the Winter Snow Time
Take your choice--downhill skiing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, snowboarding, ice fishing and steelhead fishing north of Meadows Valley on the Little Salmon River.
Our home is located less than 15 miles from Brundage Mountain Resort and 30 miles from Tamarack Resort. Cascade Lake (Reservoir) is about 30 miles also. If you go north, you will find the Salmon River Country and fishing for steelhead and boating.
Or Spring, Summer and Fall
Camping, mushrooming, huckleberry picking, water skiing, boating, fishing of all types and hunting. There is also biking opportunities as well as plenty of places ti hike all within a short distance. The options are nearly endless.
Or Choose Rest & Relaxation
There is no better place to kick back and take in the beauty and the peace and quiet. No pressures. Turn off the clock.
Have It Your Way
Either way--peace and quiet or the busy hubbub of a nearby resort--or a little of both--our clean and cozy home makes it very easy.
White Bird, Idaho
Where is White Bird, Idaho?
White Bird is about 60 miles north of New Meadows and 80 miles south of Lewiston, Idaho. It's located in the middle of all the river fun. It's also an outdoor recreation and ranching area.
Year Round Fishing
White Bird is the hub of activity for year round fishing--steelhead in the fall through spring and salmon and bass in the summer. Or check out the sturgeon and trout fishing. The fishing enthusiast can't go wrong by coming to White Bird. There is also a lot of boating activity and hunting for both big game.
White Bird is just over the hill from Pittsburg Landing which is well known to river lovers. Our home is just a short trek away from the Salmon River and you can see it from our house.
White Bird is also ranch country and there are a lot of artists in the area. The local guild holds three art shows through out the year and the community celebrates White Bird Days with a parade and rodeo in June. There is more information on the About White Bird page.
--Hiking on the Nez Perce Battleground
--Skiing near Grangeville to the north.
--Hunting for deer, elk, birds
--River trips, float trips, swimming, rock collecting, photography and wildlife viewing.