Welcome to yellow pine!
This small community is a great place for new experiences and making new friends. Absorb the old-timey, backwoods feel of the village while enjoying some modern conveniences. Yellow Pine is accessible all year to satisfy all kinds of outdoor enthusiasts and recreationalists. Hosted events also occur throughout the year with food, fuel, and lodging being available .
YELLOW PINE TIMES
PAYETTE AVALANCHE CENTER
Yellow Pine Golf Course
Yellow Pine boasts the most challenging 18-hole course in Idaho. Elk have the right of way on the un-fairways. The first 9 holes were laid out by John Hansen and “Rockslide” – by hurling a softball to mark the next hole! Those first 9 holes were refined and 9 more added over the years, by club pros John Hansen and Bud Boyd. There are two annual golf tournaments!
The tiny village of Yellow Pine is an unincorporated community in Valley County, central Idaho. In the past decade, its winter population has fluctuated from the low 20s to the low 40s.
Yellow Pine Business Directory
Alpine Village • (208) 633-6208 • Facebook
Murph’s RV Park & Mary’s Cabins • Facebook
Yellow Pine Lodge • (208) 633-3377
The Corner Pub • (208) 633-3325 • Facebook
Yellow Pine Tavern • (208) 633-2233 • Facebook
Yellow Pine General Store and Motel • (208) 633-3300 • Website • Facebook
Knotty Kat Crochet Works • (208)-633-3614 • Facebook
Buck Horn Outfitters LLC • (208)-633-3614 • Facebook
Wapiti Meadow Ranch – Johnson Creek • (208) 633-3217 or 208-315-3554 • Website
There are 3 ways to get to the Yellow Pine Festival. The route you choose may be impacted by the type of vehicle you will be driving. If you have not been here before, please do not underestimate the mountain roads. The speed limits and corner markings are for real. We want you to get here safely.
DO NOT FOLLOW YOUR GPS – many of the roads back here have not been updated for years. Your GPS may try to send you up a 4WD trail (once was a road) that will get you stuck.
This information is not intended to scare you away; you need to have an understanding of what it takes to get here. Most folks who haven’t been here before are surprised by the remoteness. Regardless of which route you choose, please take your time and enjoy the trip.