New Meadows is known as Idaho's Heartland, located in a pastoral valley with pine covered hills on all sides New Meadows is the gateway to the northern part of Idaho. The headwaters of the Little Salmon River originate in the New Meadows valley and wildlife abounds from deer and elk to more elusive mountain dwellers like black bears and cougars you will see abundance of wildlife around every corner.
Located at 3868 ft the New Meadows valley has four distinct seasons and is located less than 10 miles from Brundage Mountain and McCall. The Meadowcreek Golf Course is located on the 45th Parallel and offers a family friendly environment.
Meadows Valley Days, an annual event held on Labor Weekend includes a mud volleyball tournament, Logging Show complete with axe throwing competition and the area's largest car show. http://www.newmeadowsidaho.us/recreation/events/
New Meadows is home to the last existing Pacific and Idaho Northern (PIN) Railroad Depot which was operational until 1972 and is now on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Updated: 25th March, 2019 12:04 AM.