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Payette County is located in southwestern Idaho and is comprised of 3 cities: Payette, Fruitland and New Plymouth. It is home to the Idaho Hall of Fame, Payette County Historical Society, Fruitland Olde School and the Historic New Plymouth Water Wheels.
Payette is the county seat of Payette County, a community that celebrates its agricultural heritage and rural lifestyle. Payette is the birthplace of baseball's Harmon Killebrew. Things to do in the area include 65 acres of parks, the Payette River Greenway walking path and the Payette Historical Museum.
New Plymouth is a small horseshoe-shaped town that lies south of Payette. Horseshoe Days, an annual event celebrating New Plymouth, occurs during June and the Payette County Fair takes place during the first full week of August every year. Waterwheels that pioneers used for irrigation can be seen still in use in New Plymouth.
Fruitland is a small rural community located in southwest Idaho. Although it maintains strong ties to its agricultural heritage, it is proud of its ability to attract a diversity of business and light industry. The original town site consisted of 160 acres, mostly planted in orchards of apples and prunes. The little community surrounded by some of the finest orchards in the valley became known as Fruitland.
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If you are visiting Idaho for the first time it can take years to explore this mountainous state. We recommend three areas you might find interesting:
Bear Lake County which contains Bear Lake, a large scenic lake often called "Caribbean of the Rockies" for its intense turquoise blue water;
Lemhi County family oriented adventures, from fishing, hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, camping, to white water rafting, and kayaking;
Adams County with gateways to the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness and, to the west is the Hell's Canyon National Recreation Area, the deepest river gorge in North America.
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