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Shopping & Services

No East Idaho is not your traditional shopping mecca but you will be surprised by what there is the Yellowstone Teton Territory.

Yes, Idaho Falls has the Grand Teton Mall and countless shopping centers with everything from Pier 1 to the Gap to every furniture store imaginable but then there's the unexpected. So park your car in old town and slow down for a walk around the hood and along side the river. Old town is home to Chebro Music, the curioso shop of Shadow Domain including the stalwart gear supply show, Idao Trading Company. Right in old town, you'll also find one of IF's best treasures, the Artitorium. The Idaho Falls Farmers Market occurs on Saturdays May through October. 

Rexburg is truly the diamond in the rough. Most people think Rexburg is a quick exit for a small farm community and a small college. Rexburg is actually one of the biggest growing concerns in east Idaho as BYU Idaho continues to grow in curriculum and student body. As the college has grown so have the businesses, and so have the options. From hip clothing boutiques to arcades and trampoline gyms, there are a lot of affordable and stylish options -- including one of the best and largest Deseret Industries thrift stores in the region. Be sure to visit Olive Avenue on Main Street and LuLu Bella in Hemming Village. BoutiqueThe Rexburg Farmers Market occurs on Fridays, 4-8pm.

Teton Valley has a bit more of a rural ski town vibe with a number of boutiques in Driggs and a few in Victor. From the jewelry and housewares at Guchiebird to the excellent selection of fly, ski and bike shops, Teton Valley can outfit any family that comes to town.Local Galleria is a one stop spot for area artists and art supplies. Barrels and Bins healthy food store carries a number of the local producers' products. The Wardobe carries clothing for every member of your family, and the Rusty Nail, an item for every room in your house. The local favorite MD Nursery for gifts, garden supplies and fresh cut flowers is midvalley next door to the Historic Spud Drive In movie theater which still operates during the summers. Victor is home to Festive Living, Whispy Gypsy, SUBA, Moonshine Liquors and the world famous Emporium. Victor Valley Market is a solid little grocery with options for all diets, a good wine selection and a prepared foods counter. Mountain Driftboat is located just west of downtown Victor on 32, past World Cast Anglers. The Teton Valley Farmers Market happens on Friday from 8-1, June to October. 

Snake River Territory Convention & Visitors Bureau

  • 425 N Capitol, Idaho Falls
  • Tourism Resources
  • 208-523-1010

SOS Transportation

  • 1135 9th, Idaho Falls
  • Transportation
  • 208-542-2333

Sport Shoppe

  • 1598 W Broadway St, Idaho Falls
  • Sports and Recreation
  • 208-528-7878

Sports & Fitness Center

  • 51 S 1 East, Rexburg
  • Athletic Clubs
  • 208-356-7008

Sportsmans Warehouse

  • 2909 S Hitt Rd, Idaho Falls
  • Adventure Activities, Fishing
  • 208-542-1900

Stage Stop

  • Macks Inn, Island Park
  • Gas/Travel Stations
  • 208-558-7751

Stinker Station

  • Beeches Corner, Idaho Falls
  • Gas/Travel Stations
  • 208-524-2360

Stonewalls Rock Gym

  • 751 S Capital, Idaho Falls
  • Adventure Activities
  • 208-528-8610

Swan Valley Business Association, Inc.

  • 956 Rainey Creek Rd, Swan Valley
  • General Shopping
  • 208-483-SWAN

Sweet Surrender Breads & Confections

  • 339 Main, Ririe
  • General Shopping
  • 208-538-7226

Targhee Sports and Service

  • 348 N 2 East, Rexburg
  • General Services
  • 208-356-5784

Taylor Chevrolet

  • 871 S Yellowstone Hwy, Rexburg
  • Gas/Travel Stations
  • 208-356-6600

Teton Geotourism Center

  • 60 S Main St, Driggs
  • (208) 354-2607

Teton Valley Adventures

  • Victor, Victor
  • Adventure Activities
  • 208-354-2233

Teton Valley Chamber of Commerce

  • PO Box 250, Driggs
  • Tourism Resources
  • 208-354-2500