Grace lies in the heart of some of Idaho’s finest fishing and hunting opportunities.
There is a myriad of tourist attractions nearby, such as the Lava Hot Springs and the restored township of Chesterfield, both only about 20 miles away, and the nearby Soda Springs, which has the world’s only controlled geyser.
Other sites include Black Canyon, a nationally renowned white water area, the ice caves, the Oregon Trail with authentic pioneer burial sites, and five challenging public golf courses within forty minutes travel time.
Each year in Grace, “Good Ol’ Days” is celebrated the last Saturday in June, at the Caribou County Fairgrounds. Collectors bring antique tractors, engines and vintage vehicles for display. There is a parade and horse-drawn equipment demonstration. Medieval Chivalry Re-enactment Society hosts a steel combat tournament showcasing the elite rebated steel competitors of the region. Come and see knights in armour compete. There is a quilt show, crafters, food booths, flea market and a petting zoo. A good old-fashioned day of fun for the entire family.
Caribou County Fair and Rodeo is held the first week of August. It is one of the best rodeos in the region. A carnival and parades are part of the festivities.