170 Railroad St, Fairfield
MLS® # 98871948
Camas County, named for the Camas root, or Camassia, sits along the southern portion of Idaho. Fairfield, the largest city in Camas County, is 12 miles south of the Soldier Mountain Ski area, in the Sawtooth National Forest.
Camas County provides a plethora of cultural activities and attractions for anyone considering purchasing properties in Fairfield or Camas County. The Boise Art Museum serves as the one and only accredited art museum in the state of Idaho. In 1931, with the goal of promoting art in the state of Idaho, 30 people met in the Crystal Lounge of the Hotel Boise. The Boise Art Museum now serves as much more! Every season there are new and diverse exhibitions, along with studio art workshops, special events, a gift store, informative programs, and of course, a permanent art collection.
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Not far from Fairfield is the Morrison Center, Idaho's premier performing arts center, works to encourage cultural and intellectual activities by attracting national and international artists in the performing arts. They also work with Boise State University to develop and promote excellence in the performing arts at the institution. Through collaborative efforts, The Morrison Center provides programming activities along with art related education for the cultural awareness benefiting those owning real estate in Camas County and beyond.
Fairfield serves as an untapped oasis for recreational travelers, bringing many tourism dollars for Camas County and its citizens. With a vast prairie and parallel Forest Service Access, beautiful sunny days, and crisp, clear night skies, Fairfield provides outdoor lovers superb recreational opportunities. Whatever their pleasure, photography, running, biking, golf, camping, hiking, horseback riding, Fairfield provides the perfect back drop for tourist and residents as well.
Looking for Idaho property?Consider the relaxed pace, welcoming locals that bring back memories of a more simplistic time before such hurried times became the norm. The geographic diversity of Camas County spans over 1071 miles, highlighting such points of interest as: Ducks Unlimited, The Nature Conservancy, and The Idaho Department of Fish and Game. The land of Idaho is plentiful with wildlife, including Antelope and Deer that freely roam the 125,000 acres of prairie that is dedicated to crops and pasture. Mountainous terrain surrounds Camas County on all sides allowing geographic transformation of an ancient lake bed in south central Idaho. Fed by spring runoff, the creek inundates the surrounding land creating a plentiful marsh habitat.
If one is looking for property in Camas County or Idaho, he/she won't be disappointed. The land here is ripe for those that love the true outdoors! View information and real estate listings in other Idaho Communities.
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Listing information last updated on March 26th, 2023 at 8:37am MDT.