Henry's Fork Lodge

2794 South Pinehaven Drive, Island Park, Idaho, 83429, United States | Lodge
 

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A travel blog entry by dna5758

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... tube in and we were soon stopping for a Coke at a minimart in Ashton having covered 55 miles! We had a brief conversation with a "transient local" - I don't know how else to describe him - while we drank our Coke. He said that the Mesa Falls route was beautiful and at Warm Springs there was a viewing platform where you could see large trout in the river. To this point it had been a great day. We weren't exhausted, but we ...

Island Park, Idaho

A travel blog entry by dolestrada

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... some from the shore and some from boats and rafts. The water is pretty cold so we just waded but Chuckie did swim a little. We spent a couple of hours there then headed back to our campsite. Early evening we had rain, a beautiful double rainbow appeared. It is very quiet out here, we definitely are out in the middle of the Mother Nature. Loving ...

Our Day of In camp Relaxation

A travel blog entry by bodeenstravels

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Today we stayed at the KOA and let the kids do what they wanted. Riding the pedal bikes and buggies were first. It was a lot harder than it looked. Josh really got into it, Sammie eventually switched bikes. The adults gave up. �� After lunch Steven, Leah and I drove into West Yellowstone for a little more shopping and to gas up for the start home. We are off fairly early Friday morning. Not sure where we will stop. Kind of playing it by ear on ...

Mammoth Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by bodeenstravels

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Today we took off for Mammoth Hot Springs and continued on to the North Entrance where the original brick archway is still standing from 1872. Sheepeater Cliff was our first stop and also a lunch break, basalt cliff, meadow, and stream running thru it. Then we passed Molten Mountain with fumaroles steaming from the cliff side. Mammoth Hot Springs is like a little city, with ...

Off to the other side of Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by bodeenstravels

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Our second day into the park we headed north past Norris to Canyon Village for lunch and looking around the visitors center. Then down to Fishing Bridge which is at the mouth of the Yellowstone River into Yellowstone Lake. Fishing is no longer aloud here because the trout were nearly wiped out in the 70's. Josh and Sammie received their Junior Ranger badges at the Fishing Bridge ...

Location

This lodge, located on 2794 South Pinehaven Drive, Island Park, is near Henry's Lake State Park.
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