Hill City is an unincorporated community in southwestern Camas County in Idaho. It was named for the Bennet Mountain Hills, located nearby, and in 1911, Hill City became a major station on the Oregon Short Line Railroad. From Hill City and the surrounding Camas Prairie large numbers of sheep were shipped. At one time, more sheep were shipped from Hill City than anywhere else in the world. You can find the sheepherders grazing their sheep in nearby hills yet today. This is a historic saloon, reopened in 2013 but once again sealed up.