Murphy, Idaho

Population: 96

Elevation: 2,825’

Murphy, Idaho
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Murphy is a small town that offers big adventures. Set along the edge of the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area, Murphy is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts looking for hiking, fishing, hunting, and more.

History buffs can find their fair share of fun, too, with the area’s many historic sites including the Murphy Schoolhouse, the Reynolds Creek stage station, and miles of vistas along the Owyhee backroads.

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