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Teton Regional Economic Coalition & Geo Center

Teton Valley is a very special place which "once experienced (is) never forgotten"TM Visitors and residents are drawn here by a long standing stewardship of nature, abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities, and a friendly, laid-back atmosphere.

60 S. Main Street

Driggs, Idaho 83422

Discover Teton Valley Today

TREC & Teton Geo Center's Museum & Discovery Hub

Idaho's Teton Valley offers unparalleled year-round recreation, scenic beauty, a thriving arts culture, and an affordable, soul-nourishing, low-stress lifestyle. Many of our 10,500 residents came to play and have stayed to live and work. The Teton Regional Economic Coalition (TREC) recruits new companies and supports startups and existing businesses in Teton Valley.

The community's rich heritage is honored and the magnificence of the area remains. For hundreds of years, Native American tribes visited Teton Valley for sustenance. Along came explorers, trappers, traders, and settlers who all changed the landscape. The largest mountain man Rendezvous in the United States was held here in 1832. A variety of cultures mixed, mingled, and fought. The beauty of Yellowstone was discovered, resulting in the world's first national park-one of the greatest of the world's legacies. Intercontinental railways were built when the west was "opened". Local tracks were converted for use through the rails to trails program.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Teton Geo Center, Museum & Discovery Hub. A gem of its own, located at the heart of Teton Valley. The Geo Center embodies its mission with its comprehensive exhibits, by hosting community events, and offering educational programming for local students and the public. 

The Geo is a community information hub with education on all aspects of Teton Valley including: outdoor adventures and recreational opportunities in the Greater Yellowstone Region; how to protect and preserve our forests, rivers, wetlands, and farmlands; and encouraging visitors and locals alike to engage in our area’s cultural heritage: history and traditions, music, contemporary art, and local food. 

The Teton Geo Center provides valuable educational programming and a community engagement venue, fulfilling this previously unmet need.