Malad and Oneida County 

Malad City and Oneida County

Malad City is a popular stop for tourists.  There are several major fueling stations and nice cafes.  The museum, the Iron Door Playhouse and Malad City swimming pool make this a lively and intriguing downtown.

Oneida County has eight reservoirs all within 5 to 45 minutes of I-15. Devils Creek Reservoir, near the top of Malad Pass, is stocked annually with rainbow and Cutthroat trout.  Deep Creek Reservoir is fed by runoff so Kokanee are added to the trout mix. Daniels Reservoir might challenge you because it’s managed as a trophy lake for rainbow and cutthroat trout which can give a real fight.  Crowthers Reservoir usually has a stock of rainbow trout, but largemouth bass and bluegill are part of the population as well.  Several stores in Malad offer short term licenses, equipment, and information to visitors.

Fall, Winter and Spring shift attention to some of Idaho’s best hunting, off road four wheeling, camping and snowmobiling.  County, BLM, and Forest Service offices in Malad City gladly provide maps and information.

Malad businesses look forward to making your visit fantastic! Malad Chamber of Commerce

City of Malad
59 Bannock St.
Malad, ID 83252
City and Chamber: (208) 766-4010

Malad Area Recreation