Toana Freight Wagon Road District
Road was used in the early 1870s to haul freight through arid rangeland from Nevada to the Idaho mining camps and then on to Boise. The road parallels Salmon Falls Creek through Elmore and Owyhee Counties until it connects to the Oregon Trail
south of Bliss. Visitors can still glimpse wagon ruts in many sections of the road. Wagon remains
Through a combination of grants obtained by the Twin Falls County Historic Preservation Commission and in cooperation with the State of Idaho and the BLM, the Toana Freight Wagon Road was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
The road parallels Salmon Falls Creek along the east side of the Jarbidge Field Office, until it connects to the Oregon Trail south of Bliss.