This charming guest house is located on a three acre riverfront property between St. Anthony Idaho and Island Park.  60 miles from Idaho Falls off Highway 20.  It is fifteen minutes from Rexburg for you sunbirds.

Home on the River

This great location is surrounded by farm fields to the east and the amazing Snake River on the west. You can see the Tetons from the breakfast table and the bedroom window. American Bald Eagles often perch on the old cottonwood trees at the riverbank and in the winter Snow Swans make their home on the river in front of the property. Go to our accommodations page for a full description of the rental.

Steps to the River

You have easy year round access to all the Idaho Summer and Winter attractions.  Whether you are a fly fishing enthusiast, an elk hunter, or a family wanting a real vacation with all the comforts of home---this is a lovely and affordable rental here.

Lots of Space for Getaway Fun

The kitchen and living room have lots of space for your vacation on Snake River. Relax by the fire or watch a football game on satellite TV. Kitchen has lots of freezer space if you will be fly fishing on Snake River or fishing in idaho locations nearby. Real wood floors, new carpets and very nice furniture as detailed on our accommodations page.

Yellowstone Vacation Rental On The River

If your destination is Yellowstone you may want the relaxing vacation without all of the crowds. Staying in these spacious rooms and enjoying the scenic drive to Yellowstone is far superior to Yellowstone Motels and Yellowstone Hotels. Click here for more information about the two bedroom cabin on the river.

Snowmobile Destination

Yellowstone National Park has 200+ miles of trails currently available within the park itself. These are the same roads traveled by Visitors in the summer time. The terrain outside of the park near us is not restricted to roads, many of the best places to ride in Idaho are located between this rental locations and the park itself. Find more info about snowmobile rentals and local trails on our winter activities page

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