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Shopping & Services

When you think of Eastern Idaho, you likely think of mountains, agriculture, a rich heritage, and outdoor adventure. Many people are surprised to learn the Yellowstone Teton Territory is also a good place for shopping.

 

Idaho Falls is home to the Grand Teton Mall along with countless shopping centers and large stores, from home improvement stores, to bulk shopping warehouses, to toy stores, and every furniture shop imaginable. But there’s also a dose of the unexpected.

 

Park your car in Old Town and slow down with a walk by the river. Pop into a few of the neighborhood stores for an eclectic shopping experience. This riverside neighborhood is home to Chesbro Music, the “metaphysical and oddities shop” Shaddow Domain, and the stalwart gear supply shop, Idaho Mountain Trading, among many other shops and boutiques. The Idaho Falls Farmers Market takes place on Saturdays May through October, and provides an excellent opportunity to shop for locally produced foods, as well as hand-crafted artisan items.

 

As BYU-Idaho has grown, the community of Rexburg has grown along with it. This college town now offers a plethora of shopping options. Home to everything from hip clothing boutiques to thrift stores with boundless variety—including a large Deseret Industries Thrift Store—Rexburg provides some of the best shopping in the region. Olive Ave Clothing Boutique on Main Street and Lulu Bella at Hemming Village are a couple local favorites. Also, be sure to stop by the Rexburg Farmers Market in the summer for hand-crafted goods and locally-produced food.

 

Teton Valley has a rural ski town vibe, with a number of boutiques in Driggs and a few in Victor. The valley enjoys an excellent selection of outdoor shops for those inclined to stock up on skiing, biking, fly-fishing, or other outdoor gear.

 

In Driggs, The Local Galleria is a one-stop shop for art lovers and artists. It carries art supplies and a wide selection of creations by local artists. Grab a locally-grown bite at Barrels and Bins, a small organic and natural grocer. The Wardobe carries clothing for every member of the family, and The Rusty Nail carries items for every room in your house. MD Nursery is a great place to stop for gifts, garden supplies, and fresh-cut flowers, and it's located next to the historic Spud Drive-In movie theater, which operates during the summer. Driggs hosts the Teton Valley Farmers Market every Friday during the summer months. Stop by for locally-produced meat, cheese, bread, produce, art, and more.

 

Victor is home to home décor shop Festive Living, as well as SUBA, which is a boutique offering piercing, jewelry, and more, as well as Moonshine Liquors and the world-famous Emporium (be sure to try a huckleberry milkshake). Victor Valley Market is a small grocery with options for all diets, a good wine selection, and an excellent prepared foods counter. 

 

Rendezvous @ South Fork

  • 3333 Swan Valley Hwy., Swan Valley
  • (208) 483-2267
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The Rendezvous campground is clean and quiet with a spectacular view of Baldy Mountain. The South Fork River and Palisades Reservoir are only minutes away. The Rendezvous is a RV Park, Motel, & Fly Shop, South Fork of the Snake River in Swan Valley, Idaho.

Museum of Idaho

  • 200 N Eastern Ave, Idaho Falls
  • (208) 522-1400
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Your visit to MOI The Museum of Idaho is located in downtown Idaho Falls, alongside fine dining, shopping, entertainment, and the River Walk. 200 N Eastern Ave, Idaho Falls, ID 83402 From I-15: Exit 118 (Broadway), east 0.9 mi. From US-20 (Rexburg/Yellowstone): Exit at Riverside Dr, left 1 mi to roundabout, right on Memorial Dr 0.3 mi, left on Broadway 0.3 mi. From US-26 (Jackson/Grand Teton): Remain on US-26/Yellowstone Ave into city center, left on Elm St

Springhill Suites Island Park Yellowstone

  • 4292 North Highway 20, Island Park
  • 208-558-7272

Adams Publishing

  • 23 South 1st East, Rexburg
  • 208-542-6701

Grand Targhee Ski Resort

  • 3300 Ski Hill Road, Alta
  • (307) 353-2300
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Grand Targhee Resort offers exceptional value and a family-friendly atmosphere for guests. In addition to the many special offers, Grand Targhee Resort provides a number of complimentary services and amenities to enhance your stay.

Idaho Falls Sleep Inn & Suites

  • 3200 Outlet Blvd., Idaho Falls
  • 208-821-3647
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Stay right off of Interstate 15 at our Sleep Inn & Suites® hotel in Idaho Falls, ID, just minutes away from the Museum of Idaho and Melaleuca Field.

Natural Retreats South Fork Lodge

  • 40 Conant Valley Loop Rd, Swan Valley
  • (888) 451-0156
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South Fork Lodge is an angler's paradise, offering experienced guides, luxury accommodations and some of the best fly-fishing waters in the country.

Sleepy J. Cabins

  • #19 Hwy 31, Swan Valley
  • (208) 483-0411
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Sleepy J Cabins, tucked in a quiet, country setting near the base of Baldy Mountain, offers 10 newly constructed one- and two-bedroom cabins, smartly furnished with all of the things necessary for “roughing it” in Swan Valley.

Hansen-Silver Guest Ranch

  • 956 Rainey Creek Rd., Swan Valley
  • 208-483-2305
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The towns of Swan Valley and Irwin and the unincorporated area of Palisades comprise the scenic communities that nestle the banks of the South Fork of the Snake River, one of the premier dry-fly fisheries in all of North America. The native Yellowstone cutthroat, the fine-spotted cutthroat, German brown tout and rainbow trout abound in this 66-mile stretch of pristine water. With the Big Hole range to the north, the Caribou Mountains to the south and the Palisades range to the east, splendid panoramas abound and year-round outdoor activities are a magnet for sportsmen and adventurers.

Idaho Falls Regional Airport

  • 21 N. Skyline Dr., ID Falls
  • Airports
  • (208) 612-8221
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Idaho Falls Regional Airport is a city-owned, public-use airport located two nautical miles northwest of the central business district of Idaho Falls, a city in Bonneville County, Idaho, United States. It was formerly known as Fanning Field. It is the second-busiest airport in Idaho after Boise Airport.

Free Range Consulting

  • 1946 Autumn Glenn Circle, Victor
  • General Services, Tourism Resources
  • (208) 399-2855
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Super 8 Motel

  • 215 W. Main St., Rexburg
  • 208-356-8888
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Rest and refuel at our Super 8 Rexburg hotel. Located right downtown, our hotel is an ideal stopping point with quick access to U.S. Highways 20 and 33, and I-15. The St. Anthony Sand Dunes are minutes away, and Island Park and Grand Targhee Resort are an easy drive. Brigham Young University Idaho is just three blocks away.

Dave's Jubilee Market

  • 108 S Yellowstone Hwy, Ashton
  • Grocery Stores/Markets
  • (208) 652-7771
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Ashton family grocery business that's been around for over thirty years.

Granite Creek Ranch and Cabins

  • 392 N 4500 E, Rigby
  • (208) 589-7147
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Authentic family-run real working cattle ranch in spectacular mountain country in East Idaho. 3 rustic, comfortable cabins. Clear, starry nights, relaxed pace, beautiful scenery. For families, couples and singles. 35 miles E of Idaho Falls on Highway 26, 50 miles W of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 2 hours S of West Yellowstone.

Aspen Hill Retreat

  • 392 North 4500 East, Rigby
  • 208-538-7140