Latah County, located in the northernmost reaches of Idaho is home to many beautiful places and things like some of the world's most productive farmland. It lies in northern Idaho, on topaz-colored earth that produces wheat and other grains like oats or barley for miles around. Latah County is a land of green hills and golden wheat. This beautiful area has been home for generations as people have farmed the rich soil that produces some great fruits such its apples or grapes in addition to grains like rice which can be found all throughout this county. The county has plenty for visitors: pristine lakes, wooded areas covered with lush trees that provide shade during hot summer days, hiking trails where you can take your dog on an adventure too! A great way to explore Latah's natural resources would be by taking one of its many scenic drives - there is over 50 miles total throughout our area ( Whitman & Palouse counties). You'll find various landscapes when driving through this region including rolling hillsides. It's home to two major universities, the University of Idaho and Washington State University. Latah County incorporated cities include Bovill, Deary, Genesee, Juliaetta, Kendrick, Moscow, Onaway, Potlatch, and Troy.
State Highway 9 is a major road in the state of Idaho that runs from Deary to Harvard through Latah County. It's 13.5 miles long and has been designated as an important route for travelers coming into eastern Oregon or northern Nevada towards Reno/Tahoe City via Boise. Latah County is rich in history. The dedication to preserving this important legacy can be seen in many ways throughout the area and there's never been a better time for you to settle down here and take advantage of these opportunities than now! From tours that will give an inside look at some of America’s most iconic locations.