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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. 

 

Grand Teton Distillery

  • 1755 N Highway 33, Driggs
  • (208) 354-7263
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Located in Driggs, Idaho, the Grand Teton Distillery and Tasting Room is located on the west side of the Tetons, across Teton Pass from Jackson Hole right on Highway 33. Highway 33 is part of the Yellowstone-Teton Scenic Loop; one of the 10 most scenic drives in the West, according to National Geographic. Read more to find about Channing Tatum's favorite, and gluten free vodka!

High Mountain Adventures

  • 4141 Sawtelle Peak Rd, Island Park
  • Adventure Activities
  • (208) 558-9572
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Over 500 miles of beautiful, groomed trails surround our location in Island Park, Idaho. We are nestled in at the base of Sawtelle Peak, which means you can jump on one of our sleds ride out the door to your favorite recreational snowmobile trails. Tell ya what, we'll get your sled warmed up while you hurry on up here.

Moose Creek Ranch

  • 2735 E 10800 S, Victor
  • (208) 787-6078
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With Moose Creek running through it and acres of stunning national forest and wilderness surrounding it, Moose Creek Ranch is perfectly located for everyday beauty, relaxation, and adventure – just 22 miles from Jackson Hole.

Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates

  • 65 S. Hwy 33, Driggs
  • General Services
  • (208) 354-7325
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Rainbow Realty Inc.

  • 3320 Highway, Island Park
  • General Services
  • (208) 558-7116
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Rainbow Realty has been serving the Island Park area since 1988 and is locally owned and operated. As "Island Park Real Estate Specialists", we are committed to extending Honest Dependable Service to our customers and clients. We specialize in Island Park Vacation Properties and "YOU CAN EXPECT THE BEST" when you choose our office for your real estate needs.

Diamond P Ranch

  • 2865 Targhee Pass Highway, West Yellowstone
  • 408-646-0606
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Located 7 miles west of the west gate to Yellowstone National Park, in the city of West Yellowstone, Montana, and 6 miles northeast of Island Park, Idaho on Highway 20, Diamond P Ranch hosts leads riding trips into the Gallatin National Forest overlooking Yellowstone National Park and the Continental Divide. All of their guided tours leave from the ranch and venture into the mountains.They are the only horseback riding facility West of West Yellowstone on US Highway 20 that has a Forest Service Permit to ride in the Gallatin National Forest. Other riding facilities on Highway 20 ride in a 50-acre pasture.

Fremont County Parks and Recreation

  • 151 W. 1st North, St. Anthony
  • Sports and Recreation
  • (208) 624-7266
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AV Center Inc.

  • 1483 Flightline, Pocatello
  • General Services, General Shopping, Transportation
  • 208-234-2141

Yellowstone Helicopters

  • 1090 Ford Way, Blackfoot
  • Tourism Resources, Transportation
  • 208-604-0602
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Powder Mountain Press

  • 18 North Main Street, Driggs
  • General Services
  • (208) 354-3466
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Powder Mountain Press is home to Teton Valley Magazine and is a full spectrum custom publishing house handling design development, photography, editorial services, printing distribution and mail fulfillment. PMP focuses on magazines, annual reports, brochures, directories, flyers and more.

Teton Regional Economic Coalition

  • 60 S. Main Street, Driggs
  • General Services
  • (208) 354-2607
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Buck’s Gas and RV

  • 3781 Swan Valley Hwy, Irwin
  • (208) 483-3581
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Centrally located with all the conveniences for your RV and an ideal gateway to the Palisades.

Candlewood Suites

  • 665 Pancheri Drive, Idaho Falls
  • (208) 525-9800
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Travelers who are visiting Idaho Falls for leisure can enjoy the close proximity of the Snake River to our extended stay Candlewood Suites Hotel, which features full kitchens. The Snake River Greenbelt, the Falls and a variety of local parks are great for exploring nature. The Museum of Idaho, and Tautphaus Park Zoo are a short drive from our hotel.

Ashton Area Chamber of Commerce

  • 714 Main St., Ashton
  • Tourism Resources
  • 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.

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.