Spring into life in the Yellowstone Teton Territory.

As the seasons change, our regions get more beautiful. Snow melts, wildlife begins to stir, activity picks up, and life is in full swing. Find a cozy accommodation, take a scenic drive, and enjoy life in the region as winter sheds. Spring in the Yellowstone Teton Territory is energizing and bountiful.

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Piney Pass Trail

Just before you enter Teton Basin on Highway 31 near Pine Creek Pass, on the…

Art Museum of Eastern Idaho

Eastern Idaho's only art museum regularly exhibiting contemporary and family friendly art. Museum Hours Tuesday…

Thomas E. Ricks Gardens – BYU Idaho Gardens

This 10 acre garden is used by the entire school and surrounding communities. The garden was…

Teton Scenic Byway

The Teton Scenic Byway runs along the western slopes of the spectacular Teton Range. It’s…

Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve

Craters of the Moon is a vast ocean of lava flows with scattered islands of…

Rigby Lake

Rigby Lake, also known as Jefferson County Lake, is located about 12 miles south of…

Henry Fork Green Way

The Henry Fork Greenway has two parts, North and South. The north trail entrance is…

Henry’s Fork Lodge

Henry’s Fork Lodge is surrounded by breathtaking scenery, and sits at the heart of America’s…

Museum of Idaho

Your visit to MOI The Museum of Idaho is located in downtown Idaho Falls, alongside…