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Mountain Home, Idaho
Activities

Clubs - ATV

Mountain Home ATV Club. PO Box 910, Mountain Home, ID 83647. Phone: 208-832-1275. E-mail

Clubs - Four Wheeling

Wild West Offroaders.

Festivals and Events

Air Force Appreciation Day (AFAD)
Friday and Saturday following Labor Day each year.

Daniel Dopps Memorial Rodeo. E-mail

Fall Harvest Festival
Local and regional vendors line the downtown sidewalks; the streets are blocked off for live entertainment; Farmers Market and historical hayrides throughout town.

Gunfighter Skies

Golf

Desert Canyon Golf Course. 1880 East 8th East North, Mountain Home, ID 83647. Phone: 208-587-3293; Fax: 208-587-0930.

Outdoor Recreation

Boise National Forest. Phone: 208-373-4100.

Mountain Home Ranger District. 2180 American Legion Boulevard, Mountain Home, ID 83647. Phone: 208-587-7961.

Bruneau Dunes State Park. 27608 Sand Dunes Road, Mountain Home, ID 83647. Phone: 208-366-7919; Fax: 208-366-2844.

Fishing, bird watching, camping, hiking, swimming and viewing the stars at the observatory. The visitor center offers information on birds of prey, insects, fossils, wildlife and the sand dunes.

CJ Strike Reservoir. 21 miles south of Mountain Home Highway 51 towards Bruneau, then go west. Phone: 208-384-3300; Fax: 208-384-3493.

This 7,500-acre reservoir area includes the Snake and Bruneau Rivers and is primarily used for fishing, boating and camping.

Three Island Crossing State Park. 1083 S. Three Island Park Drive, Glenns Ferry, ID 83623. Phone: 208-366-2394; Fax: 208-366-7913.

Located on the Snake River at Glenns Ferry. It is home to The Oregon Trail History and Education Center where visitors can learn about pioneer emigrants and Native American history.

Tours

Self-guided Walking Tour of Historic Downtown. Contact the Chamber of Commerce for more information. Phone: 208-587-6847.

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