The Polly Bemis Ranch is a designated National Historic site. The Ranch is a 26-acre estate located on the main branch of the Salmon River, 44 miles east of Riggins, Idaho. It lies in an area protected by the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act and is surrounded by 2.2 million acres of the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness Area--the largest protected wilderness area in the continental United States.
The Polly Bemis Ranch is a not for profit corporation formed for the exclusive purpose of providing recreational and social facilities for its members. Each member becomes an owner and receives a share of stock in the property and all of its improvements, and consequently can sell his or her equity-interest in the property or pass it on to heirs or assigns. The number of memberships capped at 100. For more information on buying a share, please visit the "Membership Information" Tab.