City of Hailey

 
Located 11 miles south of the neighboring communities Ketchum and Sun Valley, Hailey lies in the midst of the lovely Wood River Valley and in the heart of the central Idaho Rockies.  We are at the edge of the Sawtooth and Challis National Forests. Surrounded by U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management lands, the valley's heart is the Big Wood River.

Hailey is 160 miles east of Boise, the state's capital. The main route into town is State Highway 75 off U.S. 20 to the south. The nearest interstate freeway is I-84 to the south. The population is close to 7,000 and Hailey enjoys the tag line: "Idaho's hometown in the mountains".

Hailey is home to one public and one private high school,  a middle school and two of four elementary schools in the area. Hailey also has a wonderful public library that has special collections of the history of the area.

 

Blaine County, Idaho is a unique area offering exciting tourist destinations, wilderness adventures, a "business-friendly" environment, and supportive, flourishing communities. The population of Blaine County is 21,560. Their covers a wide range of material from photos and history to current, detailed information from each of their departments. Their links page offers other interesting sites about Idaho and our beautiful Blaine County.