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You can follow the footsteps of Lewis and Clark or visit the battlegrounds of the Nez Pierce Indians while taking one of Eastern Idaho's incredible scenic drives. Learn More
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Rexburg / St. Anthony


Rexburg is home to BYU-Idaho, a quiet private college with tree-lined campus streets and a history dating back to 1888. The college brings a swirl of activity to town, and Rexburg is packed with an assortment of restaurants and activities, from trampoline parks to arcades.


Plan a visit to enjoy one of the international and cultural events that come through town. The week-long Idaho International Dance Festival brings dancers from around the globe to share culture, music, and dance. The Teton Storytelling and Arts Festival brings performers from far and wide to share their tales with audiences. The historic Romance Theater, which first opened in 1917, also hosts a range of events throughout the year.


Travel back in time and take in a bit of history at the Museum of Rexburg, which includes an exhibit in honor of the fatal 1976 Teton Dam collapse, which flooded the area.


Outdoor adventure is never far away, and be sure to check out the sand dunes in nearby St. Anthony. These towering dunes are a favorite place to go ATV riding and exploring.


South of Rexburg, Yellowstone Bear World is the Greater Yellowstone region’s only drive-through wildlife park. Spot grizzly and black bears, moose, bison, deer, and many other North American species. It also offers a petting zoo and amusement rides.

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