Payette and Fruitland are towns in Southwestern Idaho. The smaller town of New Plymouth is also nearby.
Payette and Fruitland are adjacent to the Snake River and Payette River. The area north of the Payette River makes up the majority of the home of the endangered Southern Idaho ground squirrel.
Interstate 84 runs to the south of Fruitland and New Plymouth, linking with Boise and Nampa to the southeast and the state of Oregon to the west. US Highway 95 runs north-south through the hearts of Payette and Fruitland. US Highway 30 runs through the hearts of New Plymouth and Fruitland, and crosses the Snake River into Ontario, Oregon just to the west.
- 1 Payette County Museum, 90 S 9th St, Payette (at 1st Ave S), ☏ +1 208 642-4883. W-Sa noon-4PM. Local history museum housed in what used to be the Methodist Episcopal Church. Free.
- 2 New Plymouth Congregational Church, 207 Southwest Ave, New Plymouth (between SW Park Ave and Plymouth Ave), ☏ +1 208 278-3577. A church built in 1920 in the neoclassical style.
|Routes through Payette-Fruitland