Blaine County, ID Summer Camps

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Ketchum, ID 83340

Sawtooth Mountains, loads of fun, friendship, one camp for teens, one for school age. Learn to live with diabetes.

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Ketchum, ID 83340
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Residential Camp
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Sun Valley, ID
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Sun Valley, ID
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Camp Rainbow Gold

Ketchum, ID
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Blaine County Statistics

According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of 2,661.02 square miles , of which 2,644.78 square miles is.


About Blaine County, ID

Blaine County is a county located in the U.S. state of Idaho . As of the 2010 Census the county had a population of 21,376. The county seat and largest city is Hailey . The county is home to the Sun Valley ski resort . Blaine County was created by the Idaho Legislature on March 5, 1895, by combining Alturas and Logan counties. Its present boundaries were set on February 8, 1919, when a western portion became Camas County . The county is named after former congressman and 1884 Republican presidential nominee James G. Blaine .

The Wood River Valley in present-day Blaine County was organized as part of Alturas County by the Idaho Territorial Legislature in 1864. By the 1880s the area became noted for its mining ecnonomy. In 1882 the county seat of Alturas County was moved from Rocky Bar in present-day Elmore County to Hailey, in response to a population shift from Rocky Bar – which would eventually become a ghost town – to the Wood River Valley. After Idaho statehood in 1890, as in the rest of the state, mining gradually decreased in significance in Blaine County. In 1936 Blaine County began to recast itself as a tourism destination with the opening of the Sun Valley resort. The area soon attracted celebrity visitors, and later residents, most notably Ernest...


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