"Gateway to Adventure"
Fairfield is the only city in Camas County, connected with the rest of Camas County by Interstate 84 near Mountain Home to the west and by the Timmerman Junction of State Highway 75 in Blaine County to the east. Fairfield is a vibrant town accessible through U.S. Route 20 which leads directly onto its main street, Soldier Road.
Fairfield's low population density is a great attraction for the city. Camas County is known for being the least dense of all counties in Idaho. This seclusion is a trait many residents value.
There are a number of terrific businesses established in Fairfield that have a wider presence throughout the whole state of Idaho. However, most of the city's revenue comes from the thriving local tourism industry, especially in the winters. Professional photography, ski equipment rentals, sport shops, diners, and bistros are a few of the popular business ventures in Fairfield that winter adventure sports visitors have come to love.