White Spring Ranch is a Century Farm & National Historical site along Hwy. 95 at Borgen Rd, 2.5 miles N. of Genesee junction. An c.1873-1904 Farm house, c.1876 Log Cabin, early Museum c.1880's cabin & a wonderful stop for picnics.
The Farm house is a Museum of 130 years of artifacts saved by the Lorang family, many of whom were historians and photographers,and who also journaled life in the Palouse area for over 130 years. Discover true stories of the turn of the last century, WWI, Roaring Twenties, Depression, the New Deal, WWII, Space Race, Civil Rights, Cold War, through early magazines, newspapers, letters, postcards, pamphlets, books, comics, receipts and wonderful photographs. This setting is a beautiful spot for picnics in warm weather or photographs year round. The White Spring Ranch Museum and Archive Library is about 12 miles south of Moscow, Idaho and 16 miles north of Lewiston, Idaho on the West side of the road. We do have one space for an RV to park for the day, only. This Farm house is not handicapped accessible, but we have a comfortable place to sit and read and we can bring items to you. We are on Facebook at "White Spring Ranch Museum".
Just off intersection of Hwy.95 and Borgen Rd., on West side of Hwy.95. Approximately 12 miles south of Moscow and 16 miles north of Lewiston on Hwy.95.
Open year round. Sun, 1pm-5pm.
and by appointment. (208)416-1006
See Facebook at White Spring Ranch Museum/Archive Library for the most up to date photos.
$5 donation recommended, Parking available for RV's without hookup at beautiful designated area.
Motor Coach Parking, Parking, Restrooms