Polly Bemis Ranch

National Monuments & Historical Sites in McCall
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This historic stop along the Main Salmon River is named after Polly Bemis, a Chinese American pioneer who lived in this remote area surrounded by the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness Area in the late 19th and early 20th century. Polly Bemis Ranch is a 26-acre National Historic Site accessed by jet boat or raft with interpretive signage detailing the life of Polly Bemis.

Polly Bemis Ranch

Things To Know

  • The public museum is only accessible by jet boat.

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