The tiny village of Yellow Pine is an unincorporated community in Valley County, central Idaho.
In the past decade, its winter population has fluctuated from the low 20s to the low 40s.
Today, Yellow Pine remains active year-round. Yellow Pine and the surrounding mountains and rivers are also long-time draws to ATVers, UTVers, hikers, kayakers, hunters, fishers, snowmobilers, and other backcountry enthusiasts.
The Yellow Pine Escapades are hosted by the Yellow Pine Community Hall Committee. The YP Escapades provide outdoor fun for ATV and UTV enthusiasts as well as raising funds for maintenance on the community hall. So whether it is a ride, a rally, or one of our other events, we are confident that you will have a great and memorable time. Check out our schedule to find out what’s coming up next, and let us know if there are any events you’d like to see in the future.
Yellow Pine Community Hall
The diesel plant and generators that powered the town up until the 1960's was housed here. Originally it was a Forest Service building, later it was turned over to Valley County. It is currently used for meetings, potlucks, and exercising. YPFD Engine No. 1 has been retired and is now on display.
"I HAVEN'T BEEN EVERYWHERE, BUT IT'S ON MY LIST."