Snake River RV
Snake River RV Resort is located at 4030 River Resort Dr in Homedale. The resort offers 800 feet of river frontage for your enjoyment, as well as fishing, boat ramp, covered BBQ area, horseshoe pit, pool table, laundry and showers with full hook-ups available. All sites have a river view. The resort is located close to many local amenities such as the golf course, Jump Creek Falls and numerous wineries. Enjoy the peaceful views of the river and the wildlife in the tree lined beauty of the Snake River RV Resort.
Givens Hot Springs
Natural hot mineral water fills the indoor swimming pool at Givens Hot Springs. Just south of Homedale in rural Owyhee County, the Givens property includes picnic and camping areas.
Take a trip back in time when you visit historic Silver City, Idaho. This once-bustling mining town still contains many structures that date from the late 1800's. Prowl the cemeteries or take a horseback ride into the past.
The Leslie Gulch area in eastern Oregon provides outstanding scenery, campgrounds, picnic areas, and hiking trails. The area is populated by California bighorn sheep, coyotes, bobcats, quail, rattlesnakes and many other species. Bring your cameras!
The Owyhee River flows from Nevada, through Idaho and into Oregon where it empties into the Snake River. The Owyhee Canyon offers many recreational opportunities including hunting, fishing, hiking, rock hunting and photography.
Owyhee Dam and Lake Owyhee Reservoir
Owyhee Dam, on the Owyhee River southwest of Adrian, Oregon, ranked as the world's highest dam (530 feet) at the time of its construction.
Lake Owyhee backs up behind the dam and, with a length of 53 miles, offers plenty of room for water sports of all kinds. Amazing views of the Owyhee Mountains surround the lake on all sides.
Lake Owyhee State Park, on the northeast end of the reservoir, offers several campgrounds and two boat ramps. Other services include fuel, showers, ice,
picnic areas, restrooms and a wastewater dump station.
Jump Creek Canyon
Jump Creek Canyon, found at the edge of BLM land south of Homedale, is a popular place for locals to cool off or go for a hike. It acts as an entryway to the Owyhee Mountains.
The signature of Jump Creek Canyon is a striking waterfall that pours over a steep wall of rock at the mouth of the canyon. The pool at the base of the falls is 8 feet deep and is great for cooling off in the summer.
The Jump Creek Falls trail is just a quarter-mile long and is great for short family outings. Or for longer trips, several trails can take you deeper into the Owyhee Mountains.
Succor Creek State Natural Area
Hike into Succor Creek State Natural Area to camp in this primitive area of eastern Oregon.