This cabin sits on the Henry's Fork of the Snake River located in the heart of year around recreation. Yellowstone 50 miles North, Jackson Hole Wyoming 60 miles east, Island Park 25 miles north, St. Anthony Sand Dunes 30 minutes South, Ashton boat docks 1 mile west.
Big Springs: Producing over 120 million gallons of water each day, Big Springs a Natural National Landmark, is one of the 40 largest natural springs in the world. The springs create the headwaters of the Henrys Fork of the Snake River which travels across Fremont County creating spectacular scenery at Upper and Lower Mesa Falls. With a constant temperature of 52 degrees, the springs is home to rainbow trout, muskrats, ducks, moose and other critters. It is not unusual to see osprey and eagles dive for a meal of fresh fish from the springs.
Idaho Box Canyon State Park: Twenty miles northwest of Twin Falls, in the heart of Box Canyon, pristine water bubbles up, finally released after a century-long journey beneath an arid lava landscape. It flows down the mile-long canyon to replenish the Snake River. The spring, the eleventh largest in the United States, is one of the most unique geological features in southern Idaho.
Harriman State Park: Located on an 11,000-acre, wildlife refuge in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and is home to an abundance of elk, moose, sandhill cranes, trumpeter swans, and the occasional black or grizzly bear.
Upper and Lower Mesa Falls: The Mesa Falls are the only major falls in Idaho not used for irrigation or hydroelectric projects, and as such maintain a look and feel of nature undisturbed. At 110 feet and 85 feet, respectively, the Upper and Lower Mesa Falls offer equally spectacular views in a beautiful forest setting. Both falls can be viewed in full, with the area surrounding the upper waterfall enhanced with paths and viewing areas that make it easily accessible to all.
Local fly fishing outfitters:
Three Rivers Ranch
Highway 20 - Inside Premier Fly Fishing
Ashton, ID 83420
Henry's Fork Anglers
3340 Hwy 20
Island Park, ID 83429
Phone: (208) 558-7525
Fax: (208) 558-7932
Toll Free: 1-800-788-4479
3327 N. Hwy 20
Island Park, Idaho 83429
Other Surrounding Rivers and Lakes:
South Fork of the Snake River
40 minutes to 1 1/2 hours away.
Only 1 hour away in Montana.
25 minutes to 1 hour away.
15 minutes away.
Confluence with the Henry’s Fork 10 minutes upstream from the Lodge.
10 minutes away. Runs into Warm River just upstream from its confluence with the Henry’s Fork.
25 minutes to the North. Highway 20 crosses it, and it runs into the Henry’s Fork just below Island Park Dam in Box Canyon.
25 minutes away
45 minutes away to the north. One of the best trout lakes in the world.
Island Park Reservoir
25 minutes away to the north
Other Activities: Snowmobiling, Cross Country/Downhill/Water Skiing, Horseback Riding, ATV, Rafting, Hiking, Sight-seeing, Golf