Garden Valley is the name given to the area that stretches between Banks and Lowman; it is the heart of Idaho's mountain country. Garden Valley real estate, homes and land for sale in this area are near some of the most stunning wilderness the state has to offer, including wildlife and recreational opportunities that can't be found anywhere else in the state - or even the world!
But don't fret, all of the comforts of home are right at hand! McCall and Boise are both just a short drive if you find yourself needing a taste of the big city life.
Get to know the area and all it has to offer and enjoy this selection of available real estate!
Garden Valley History
Nestled along the highway in a valley formed by the Payette River and surrounded by amazing mountainous views, is Garden Valley. Founded in 1934 when identity reflected culture experience. Immigrants hailed from far away countries; Ireland, Scotland, Bavaria, England, etc., discovering gold that was so surreal to leaving behind relics of Idaho’s fur trade era. The area is popular for White Water Rafting and Fly Fishing. There is excellent access to National Forest, camping, backpacking, and natural hot springs to be found.
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