Winding its way between 30 acres of vineyards is our public
9-hole golf course. Make a day of it, and enjoy a round of golf
or wine tasting, then stay for lunch or dinner in our restaurant
Hike along the Historic Oregon Trail or take a trek in the
Biking Trails (Motorized and Non-Motorized)
The recreational trail starts at the Three Island State Park,
meanders through the vineyards st the winery and
eventually ends in the downtown area. There are many
different places to ride on trails outside of city limits also.
Thousands of acres of public land can be accessed just east
of town. Or you can go on an adventure on the
original Oregon Trail.
Located at the Three Island State Park, this short course is
packed with fun. You have to try it!
Glenns Ferry is the perfect place to start any water activity.
Whether you want to take a leisurely tubing adventure down
the Snake River or you want a little more boating
excitement. You can make use of our Eddie Bostic
Recreational Area with a nice boat dock area with two boat
docks, two boat ramps, public restrooms, and shaded picnic
areas with barbecue stands.
Elma Goodman bluebird trail on Bennett
Mountain is a short drive north of Glenns Ferry is home to
over 150 nesting boxes. This trail has been in existence for
over 40 years and boasts beautiful mountain scenery, a good
road and opportunity to see and photograph mountain
bluebirds, tree swallows, and wrens in their native habitat
Bennett Mountain Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bear, Duck and other Fowl
Sturgeon and Trout – Ask a local
Located at the City Park, the Glenns Ferry Pool is very clean
and the lifeguards are very friendly. The full-sized pool is
heated and boasts a diving board, slide, separate kiddie
pool, snack bar and eating area. It’s also available for parties
after hours. 509 W. Idaho Ave 366-7579
General Swim Hours:
Monday-Friday 1-5pm, 7-9 pm
Enjoy the newest addition to Glenns Ferry’s walking
community: a recreational trail that connects the Three
Island State Park to downtown Glenns Ferry. Watch for the
signs with the logo. The trailhead begins south of the
railroad tracks on Commercial Ave.
Camping near the river. Visit the State Park to reserve a spot. This is a popular spot, so be sure to reserve well in advance.