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Garfield County is bordered by Columbia County
to the west, Asotin County
to the east, and the Snake River to the north, with the Snake River Canyon in places descending well over 1,000 feet to the river. The Oregon
state line marks Garfield County's southern border with elevations rising to the Blue Mountains.
Agriculture has dominated Garfield County's economy with farms occupying two-thirds of the county. Wheat is the main crop, though other grains such as barley and bluegrass are also grown. At 712.80 square miles which encompasses a portion of the Umatilla National Forest. Garfield County is the seventh-smallest county in the state and the least populated.
Year-round recreation opportunities like camping, boating, hiking, fishing, sand dunes, picnicking/ BBQ, hunting, winter sports, off-road vehicle trails, mushroom and huckleberry picking, among other awaiting adventures add to the rural charm of this community, creating an inviting environment for families and an enticing rural weekend get-away for all.
The Umatilla National Forest has 116 developed recreation sites and provides quality recreation experiences.
The Lower Granite Dam is a hydroelectric concrete gravity dam on the Snake River and offers tours.
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