Be Local, Support Local
Grangeville, Idaho is a small town with a big culture. Many residents have family ties dating back 125 years, when Grangeville was founded in 1897.
Not lacking the colorful lore of the Old West, Grangeville's fascinating history includes gold rushes, Indian wars, railroad feuds and more.
If you’re lucky, you’ll ‘top up on the prairie’, as the locals say, just about sunset. A rosy glow blankets the little town whose elevation and population meet at around 3500. The foothills of the Bitterroot Mountains provide a beautiful frame along the horizon of peaks and valleys along the south end of Grangeville and wrapping to the views in the east where the sun peaks at dawn in another rosy glow.
Being a local here means practicing patience, kindness, common courtesy, smiling and waving at everyone, and supporting the local businesses.
A Quick Glance
Don't miss out on these local favorites
Things to Do
Where to Go
Lunch and dinner menu includes juicy burgers, unique sandwiches, pasta, steaks and hearty salads with daily homemade soups easy to find on Main Street.
Pizza, salad bar, delightful sandwhiches and a game room all in the center of downtown on Main Street.
The Gym, Jungle Gym's
So many activities in one space; fitness center, salon, daycare, indoor children's play equipment, food and drinks with the largest selection of beer on tap, and an outdoor mini golf 9 hole course. 1005 Hwy 13, far east end of Main Street
Grangeville Flower and Gift
Ready to buy and made to order flower arrangements, decadent chocolates, espresso, home decor and countless gift options on the West side of Main Street.
The Health Food Store
Find a vast array of food, supplements, self-care items and more with the help of the most friendly and knowledgeable folks!
The City’s largest park at 13.37 acres, Lion’s Park offers three little league fields, one softball field, a basketball court, a skatepark, a disc golf course, picnic areas and various playground equipment.
The City Swimming Pool resides in Pioneer Park located on the East end of Main Street. Pioneer Park has playground equipment geared toward toddler age children, a large swing set for older children and various picnic areas covering 2.7 acres.
Located at the corner of West North 7th and North Junction. This 1.53 acre grassy park has a small swing set and a horizontal hand climber.
Located at the corner of Main Street and South State, Heritage Square has a beautiful fountain and a covered area complete with a hand painted mural on the rear wall. When not used for entertainment or events, Heritage Square serves as a parking area for the downtown businesses.
More about our Members
Members of the Grangeville Chamber of Commerce value the business associations and visibility that come with chamber affiliation. Chamber membership represents a commitment to the values of the Grangeville Idaho community. We appreciate all our members and encourage you to see who they are by clicking here.
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