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Visit Salmon Idaho

We invite you to visit us at Salmon, Idaho to find the ideal ranch property for your dream home. Whether you are looking to build a secluded cabin, home, or a second home as an investment to take advantage of central Idaho’s exquisite ranch land for sale, please visit us for a personal tour of Elk Mountain Ranch Property.

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Elk Mountain Ranch properties are located on 4th of July Creek in North Fork, Idaho at 3,200′ elevation with mountains soaring to over 7,500 feet above the foothills in the distance. Just 15 miles from Salmon, Idaho in Lemhi County.

NORTH FORK, IDAHO – Just 8 miles from 4rth of July Creek
North Fork is a community of country homes and ranch estates with an active volunteer fire department and EMT services. North Fork offers convenience to its residents with country gift shops, restaurants, convenience store, post office, RV campgrounds, and guest lodges. At the crossroads of Hwy 93 No and Salmon River Road is the hub of local steelhead fishing on the Salmon River and also a place for hunters to gather for supplies or a meal at the general store/cafe. This quiet community is in the heart of Idaho’s many outdoor recreational opportunities yet remains pristine.

Salmon IdahoSALMON, IDAHO – Just 20 miles from 4rth of July Creek
Salmon, Idaho is a friendly town encircled by the Salmon National Forest, nestled at the base of the Beaverhead Mountains at the joining together of the Salmon and Lemhi rivers, which follows the main routes right through Salmon. Salmon offers many retail services, government offices, medical facilities, fire department, and a small/medium plane airport.

Salmon Idaho SchoolsAREA SCHOOLS
Salmon, Idaho School District has approximately 940 students in four schools serving grades K-4 including a developmental preschool program; Salmon Middle School for grades 5-8; Salmon High School for grades 9-12; and Salmon Alternative High School for grades 9-12. All 4 school programs are fully accredited and also provides services for comprehensive special education.

Salmon Idaho ServicesSERVICES
Salmon, Idaho services include dental, medical, chiropractic, massage, optometry, accounting, catering, and more. Salmon is fortunate to have a well staffed, modern clinic and hospital to serve the health of the Lemhi County residents. Salmon has a well-trained, up-to-date volunteer fire department and trained emergency medical technicians.

There are several active organizations in the area including Kiwanis, Elks, VFW, and Horse clubs.

Salmon Idaho ArtsARTS
Lemhi County residents flourish in the beauty of this wilderness. Appreciate our professional and amateur artists works in all forms. Experience talent from all over the country at our Salmon Arts Council hosted events including the well-attended annual wine tasting and Arts auction. Express yourself with dance in our fabulous Backstage Dance Studio or enjoy our annual Dance Show. Appreciate a good movie at our Movie Theater.

Quilting Salmon IdahoQUILTER’S UNITE
Lemhi County is a Quilter’s haven with an active quilt shop providing quality material along with regular quilting classes. Our very active Lemhi Piecemakers Quilt Guild meets first Monday of every month and puts on a well attended Quilt Show every summer.

Salmon Idaho HistoryHISTORY
Lemhi County is the birthplace of Sacajawea, an important stopping point on the Lewis and Clark Trail and includes strong traditions of lumbering, mining and family ranching. The Sacajawea Center located in Salmon is a cultural, interpretive, educational center providing activities for the community, students and tourists alike.

Salmon Idaho TodayTODAY
Today the community in Lemhi County supports numerous small businesses including bed & breakfasts, auto repair/body shops, auto dealerships, restaurants, bars, storage unit rentals, hardware stores, lumber yard, beauty/barber shops, public library, quilt shops, all type of contractors, video rentals, computer sales & service, crafts, jewelry stores, antique shops, dance studio, light industrial manufacturing of technical innovations, whitewater rafting, outfitters, and more. Our community working together through our Salmon Valley Business and Innovation Center and several projects to keep our community thriving.

Living at an Elk Mountain Ranch property in central Idaho provides ready access to backpacking, hiking, horseback riding, cross country and downhill skiing, snowmobiling, camping, whitewater rafting, kayaking, hunting, rock hounding, and trout & steelhead fishing. Many community events including outdoor concerts, annual county fair, rodeos, demolition derbies, racing, fundraisers, annual Father’s Day Car Show, and so much more.
Not only do we offer the quiet solitude you may be searching for, we also have a multitude of activities, events and opportunities not listed here to ensure buying Idaho ranch land will ensure you a lifetime of memories. You will soon discover the wondrous feeling of living in this special place. Imagine every day, surrounded by nature and the spectacular 360 degree views of the mountains around you. Sipping a cup of coffee while you gaze out your window and witness wildlife grazing nearby.

Elk Mountain Ranch Estates located on Fourth Of July Creek in Idaho is a wonderful place for raising your family, for a corporate retreat, a second home and is an ideal retirement location.

North – Travel Hwy 93 No to Darby, Hamilton, and Missoula, Montana.
Southeast – Head out on Hwy 28 towards Idaho Falls, Pocatello, and Lava Hot Springs, Idaho.
South – Travel Hwy 93 So to Challis, Sun Valley and our state Capital, Boise, Idaho.

As Salmon and Lemhi County continues to grow and work on developmental projects, we welcome our new residents, friends, businesses and business opportunities.