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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Fort Henry Historic Byway

Taking its name from the first white settlement, Fort Henry Historic Byway trails along the…

City of Rocks National Reserve

Emigrants of the California Trail describe the rocks here in vivid detail as "a city…

Baldy Knoll Trail

On the east side of Teton Basin, just outside of Victor, the Baldy Knoll Road…

Hanson Basin Trail

Skirting the northern side of the St. Anthony Sand Dunes, Hanson Basin Trail features a…

Beaver Dick Park

Beaver Dick Park was named after “Beaver Dick” (Richard Leigh) who was one of the…

Upper/Lower Palisade Lakes

Located about 60 miles southeast of Rexburg, the Upper Palisade Lake and Lower  Palisade Lake…

Teton Lakes Golf Course

This 27-hole facility is owned and operated by the City of Rexburg and is a…

Henry’s Fork Foundation

Established in 1984, the Henry's Fork Foundation is a nonprofit based in eastern Idaho that…

Railroad Right-of-way Trail

The Railroad Right-of-way trail begins at Warm River Campground south of Ashton on Highway 47…