Eagle Rodeo is located in the Avimor Development off Highway 55, about 7 miles north of Eagle, ID. Avimor is more than just a neighborhood, with a community center, parks, miles of trailers, it is a lifestyle. Eagle Rodeo is proud to be a part of this development and will continue to grow with them.
Eagle Rodeo would like to give a special thank you to the McLeod Family for their ongoing support and dedication to the Eagle Rodeo and our future vision.
Due to some inaccuracies in Google Maps data, we recommend following our “Getting Here” instructions below.
Contestants – North Bound
From the intersection of Hwy 44/State Street (in Eagle, Idaho) and Hwy 55 (next to the Home Depot) head North on Hwy 55. Travel 7.2 miles to Avimor Dr. There will be a stop light and signage, turn RIGHT into Avimor. Continue for a couple hundred yards and turn LEFT on McLeod Way. Travel approximately 1 mile North bound headed for the big red barn. There will be traffic control people directing you from there to a parking area.
Contestants and Public – South Bound
From the intersection of Hwy 55 and Hwy 16 on the North side of Horse Shoe Bend, Idaho travel 12.2 miles to Avimor Dr. There will be a stop light and signage, turn LEFT into Avimor. Continue for a couple hundred yards and turn LEFT on McLeod Way. Travel approximately 1 mile North bound headed for the big red barn. There will be traffic control people directing you from there to a parking area.
Public – North Bound
Public parking will be approximately 8.4 miles past the intersection of Hwy 44/State Street and Hwy 55. The main entrance of the rodeo grounds is approximately 1 mile past the Avimor entrance (Avimor Dr.) on Hwy 55. There will be a right turn only into the rodeo grounds. Look for orange cones just past the big red barn.
Exiting the Rodeo Grounds
All CONTESTANTS AND PUBLIC WILL USE THE McLeod Way thorough fare (South Bound) to Avimor Dr. and exit onto Hwy 55.
It’s been almost 100 years the McLeod’s have been a part of Spring Valley Ranch. Its roots can be traced to 1890 when a small ranching community known as “Howell” began to thrive in the area. It was an 80 acre ranching settlement that boasted a general store, blacksmith shop and a post office. In 1916, Colin McLeod Sr., a Scottish immigrant, arrived in Howell and purchased what became known as Spring Valley Ranch.
Colin McLeod Sr. raised his family on the ranch and began to purchase surrounding parcels, ultimately growing the foothills ranch to about 37,000 acres. The ranch stayed in the hands of the McLeod family, passing from Colin McLeod Sr. to Colin “Smokey” McLeod Jr., and then to Colin “Sandy” McLeod III. For generations, they have raised their families, stewarded the land, cared for their neighbors and built a brand to be proud of.
Colin McLeod’s vision of an eco-friendly community where his family could be raised within a hometown feel, where folks can live side by side with nature continues as Avimor.
Avimor, a community where realism of modern life and the love of Idaho’s outdoors are combined. Eagle Rodeo is honored to hold our event on the land the McLeod’s have cared for generation after generation.