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Located on the Middle Fork of the Payette River, Crouch was named after the Garden Valley’s first owner of platted land, William Crouch. A hub of gardening activity during its early years, Crouch served as headquarters for a large group of men serving in the 1930s with the Civilian Conservation Corp. Today, the once productive post office now operates as the local mercantile and is one of the state’s oldest buildings. With all necessities and businesses within walking distance of each other, this friendly mountain town takes travelers back in time to a slower pace of life.

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