Glenns Ferry, Idaho

Population: 1,282

Elevation: 2,562’

Glenns Ferry, Idaho
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Glenns Ferry is a fascinating destination that offers visitors a unique blend of history, culture, and outdoor recreation. This small town is home to several historic sites, including the Three Island Crossing State Park, which marks the spot where pioneers crossed the Snake River along the Oregon Trail. Don’t forget to visit the Glenns Ferry Theatre, built in 1914, and hosts live theater productions throughout the year.

In addition to rich history, Glenns Ferry boasts scenic views of the surrounding mountains, and numerous opportunities for outdoor activities like fishing, boating, and hiking. 

Available amenities: Gas station, medical center, grocery store.

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