Bellevue, Idaho

Welcome to Bellevue

Population 2,315

First settled in 1882 and situated at the southern gateway to the Wood River Valley, Bellevue blends a rich history as a mining boom town with an irresistible small-town charm and easy access to a host of off-the-beaten-path experiences.

Without a doubt, Bellevue is your first stop for unforgettable snowmobiling, off-roading, and fly-fishing adventures. Lose yourself on the hiking and snowshoeing trails in the beautiful riverside Howard Preserve at the edge of town, and cool off in the summertime at some of the secret swimming holes along the Big Wood River. With some of the most affordable lodging options in the area, Bellevue is a perfect home base for all your Wood River Valley adventures.