The Snake River Scenic Byway is a path of places, people, and beautiful landscape that holds a rich historical tradition of what makes Idaho so wonderful. People passing by can find various vineyards and wineries all along the road, all year around. The byway is approximately 53 miles and can take up to 1 1/2 hours to fully travel. There is no rush though, the more time you allow to experience this place the more picturesque the view is. The location of the Snake River Scenic Byway takes you through Canyon County and winds its way through all some of the biggest wineries in the Sunnyslope Wine Trail here in Idaho.
Roadway: Idaho 45 is a two-lane road that’s maintained year-round. All other roadways are local, two-lane roads. Ice patches may occur during winter months. Note: canyon overlooks may not be passable in winter.
When to Visit: Throughout the year. Visit a variety of vineyards and wine-tasting venues along the route. Orchards are best in spring or fall, just before harvest.
Attractions: Wineries, vineyards, orchards, Fort Boise, Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge, Map Rock Petroglyph and scenic vistas.
The Shed at Garrett Ranches is a proud member of the AgVentures Trail and has been a multi-generational family farm in Canyon County since 1914. Since its establishment the Garrett family ranch has been growing fruit and believes in a strong legacy of local family business with many years to come.
Visitors can stop by their seasonal produce stand located in an authentic 1930’s fruit packing shed, which brings you back in time in order to enjoy the “fruits and veggies” of their labors. The Shed at Garrett Ranches serves various fruits and veggies in season such as cherries, apricots, donut peaches, slicing peaches, canning peaches, plums, prunes, apples, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, snap beans, beets, zucchini, pumpkins.