Super 8 Grangeville

Address: 801 SW 1st St, Grangeville, Idaho, 83530-1358, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 801 SW 1st St, Grangeville, is near Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

          TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Grangeville

          Reviewed by lynnjm52

          Perfect stop

          Reviewed Sep 1, 2016
          by (17 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          Clean hotel and very friendly staff. Room was large. There was cold water with sliced lemons in the lobby, as well as coffee. Continental breakfast was good. Hotel provided towels for us to wipe the bikes in the morning.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Grangeville

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Grangeville

          Day 2 - Baker City to Grangeville

          A travel blog entry by lynnjm52 on Sep 01, 2016

          5 photos

          Beautiful riding today, and a little cooler than yesterday. We have all started adding layers. We stopped at the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center (wonderful!) and then back on bikes for a long day of riding through Hells Canyon. As we started climbing into the mountains, Connie and Jim spotted a black bear on the side of the road and we stopped to …

          A quiet time

          A travel blog entry by rhettb on Jul 28, 2015

          2 photos

          ... LC employed. After an hour or 2 walking around the park and looking through their small museum I headed up Route 12 to Lolo Pass. I was now
          starting to retrace a portion of the same route I took going east since LC used
          the same route to cross the Bitterroot mountains in both 1805 and the 1806
          return. The westbound trek was nearly the end of the expedition due to ...

          Sleeping in a GIANT dog!

          A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 13, 2015

          25 photos

          ... on the edge of town.

          Motels have definitely started to grow on me during this road trip, it’s like stepping back into the 1960’s, they don’t pretend to be something they’re not, you can pull up directly outside your room making unloading the car really easy, for the most part there are no stairs to tackle AND it feels like you’re in the movies hiding out ...

          Fishing trip

          A travel blog entry by rhettb on Jun 06, 2015

          2 photos

          June 6, 2015 (LC Eastbound dates May 6 to June 10, 1806).

          LC went up the Clearwater River in May 1806 but stopped at
          Kamiah on May 14th because the Nez Perce said the trail over the
          Bitteroots was still deep in snow. Then
          ended up staying at what they called Long Camp until June 10th when
          they started the climb up to Lolo Pass.
          While they were there Lewis became concerned about the amount of

          Can't Say No to Fun!

          A travel blog entry by powerstroke on Sep 15, 2014

          ... drive this crazy corner in peaceful bliss... We made it through and they dropped us off in Cambridge where we took a bike path short cut to Council along the Weiser River.

          As it turns out, this path was gravel, which we thought we could handle and ended up having a cattle control gate about every mile. We later find out that some of the gravel spots are very loose and rocky and we have to walk through them or else fall on our tuckuses AND cattle control gates also mean ...