Around The Rigby Area

Snake River RV Park & Campground

Traveling to Idaho Falls? Come stay at Snake River RV Park, our beautiful RV park and campground in Idaho Falls.

Yellowstone National Park

The nation's first national park. A spectacular experience with a unique combination of nature's wonders.

Yellowstone Bear World

Welcome to the exciting and fascinating world of the animals in North America and Yellowstone National Park. At Yellowstone Bear World, we strive for excellence in providing a natural habitat for viewing wildlife from the comfort of your automobile or recreational vehicle.

Grand Teton National Park

Like its big brother, Yellowstone National Park. A spectacular place to experience nature's wonder.

Snake River Ferry

Come enjoy a 25-minute narrated boat tour on the Snake River near Downtown Idaho Falls.

Rexburg Rapids Water Park

Bring the whole family and have fun at Rexburg Rapids Water Park. They have a splash park, rock wall, lazy river, lap pool, and water slides!

St. Anthony Sand Dunes

The St. Anthony Sand Dunes are a popular area for high off-road vehicle use. The Sand Dunes consist of 10,600 acres of white quartz sand and dunes up to 400 feet high!

Legacy Flight Museum

The Legacy Flight Museum, founded in 2006, is an aviation hangar with military and civilian aircraft.

Rigby Lake

Rigby Lake is located around 12 miles south of Rexburg. Come visit for swimming, camping areas, and picnic areas! The perfect place to visit when you stay at our Rigby RV Park and Campground!

Rexburg Idaho LDS Temple

The Rexburg Idaho LDS Temple is the 3rd temple built in Idaho and the 125th dedicated LDS temple in operation. This 5-story building stands adjacent to the Brigham Young University-Idaho campus with a beautiful garden open to the public on the west side.

Idaho Falls LDS Temple

Standing on the banks of the Snake River, just above the cascading waters for which the city is named, the gleaming white Idaho Falls Temple serves as a centerpiece to the city. Just east of the temple is a gorgeous garden and public visitors' center featuring films, displays, multimedia presentations, and an awe-inspiring reproduction of Thorvaldsen's Christus statue.

The Greenbelt on the Snake River

Idaho Falls has preserved an area we call the "Greenbelt." It’s a 6-mile paved trail where joggers, cyclists and pedestrians alike are offered a view of the local wildlife as well as the falls.

The Museum of Idaho

This has established itself as a "must see" with nationally acclaimed exhibits like: A T. Rex Named Sue, Prehistoric Worlds: Backyard Discoveries, The World of Lewis and Clark and Space Journey.

Tautphaus Park Zoo

Home to over 300 animals from six continents, the Tautphaus Park Zoo is roaring for attention. Its tree covered paths lead you from Bactrian Camels to African Lions to Australian Wallabies. Explore exhibits like the Primate Discovery Center and Asian Adventure. Whatever your interest, you are sure to have a wild time at the "best little zoo in the west."

Idaho Potato Museum

Learn a bit of history about Idahos most famous crop. Located in Blackfoot, about 25 miles from Idaho Falls.

Idaho State Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Located on the East bank of the Snake River and dedicated to veterans of the Vietnam War.

Eagle Fountain in Idaho Falls

A beautiful fountain located in a roundabout. Depicts wildlife in Idaho.

Idaho Falls July 4th

Idaho Falls boasts one of the top fireworks displays in the country, The Melaleuca Freedom Celebration.

Craters of the Moon National Monument

A unique national monument and preserve with vast lava flows. Established as a national monument in 1924.




April 15 thru Sep 30 (On Season): 9am - 7pm

Oct 1 thru April 14 (Off Season): Monday - Saturday
12 - 5pm