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Cultural Attractions

Ashton Area Chamber of Commerce

  • 714 Main St., Ashton
  • 208-652-3355
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Known as the "World's Largest Seed Producing Area", Ashton has much more to offer both travelers and residents alike. Within easy driving distance to world-renowned attractions including Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Mesa Falls and Henry's Fork of the Snake River, Ashton welcomes nearly two million visitors each year as they travel through our area.

Spencer Opal Mines

  • 27 Opal Ave., Spencer
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  • (208) 374-5476
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The Spencer Mine is the source of pink common opal and pink precious opal.

Mesa Falls Marathon

  • PO Box 548, Ashton
  • 208-652-7771
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The Mesa Falls Marathon and Half Marathon races are point to point courses that begin in the Targhee National Forest near the headwaters of the Warm River and end in the city of Ashton, Idaho. The 10k, 5k and 1 mile races start and end in Ashton City Park.

Yellowstone Bear World

  • PO Box 160, Rexburg
  • 208-359-9688

Yellowstone Bear World is located about 5 miles south of Rexburg just off Highway 20. Bear World takes a nostalgic look back to when black and grizzly bears roamed free in Yellowstone National Park. Bear World is a unique drivethrough park where you can watch the wildlife in their own habitats in your own vehicle. Yellowstone Bear World is open from mid May to mid October, seven days a week. Rates vary, and full vehicles receive discounts.

Johnny Sacks Cabin

  • East of Macks Inn, Island Park
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