There are a multitude of opportunities for indoor and outdoor recreation in the Malad area. The mountains surrounding Malad offer ample space to enjoy this Western setting. Public lands abound with miles of trails accessible by foot, horseback, and all-terrain vehicles.
Winter in the valley brings the opportunities of groomed trails for snowmobiling , downhill skiing at Pebble Creek ski Area and cross-country skiing. If hunting or watching wildlife are of interest, southeast Idaho has some of the best. From big game hunting to three species of grouse, the fall harvest can be quite fulfilling. Fishing is one of Oneida County’s calls to fame. With 9 reservoirs, fishing can be enjoyed all year round. Daniels reservoir is famous for producing trophy sized trout. Kokanee Salmon can be found in several of the reservoirs. All in all, the outdoor activities for the area are hard to beat. And you won’t find crowds here!
The community of Malad offers a great mix of entertainment for both the visitor and the resident. The Malad Valley Theater Guild hosts productions throughout the year. Bowling, swimming, tennis, softball, baseball, a great fair and rodeo, and community Fourth of July celebrations are but a sampling of some fun-filled times offered in the community.
|National Forests||Caribou||2 miles|
|National Grasslands||Curlew||30 miles|
|Cross Country Ski Areas||Deep Creek||15 miles|
|Two Mile||2 miles|