Lower Mesa Falls

Lower Mesa Falls

28 Miles from Rexburg

Lower Mesa Falls Lower Mesa Falls is a 65-foot waterfall on the Henry’s Fork in Fremont County, Idaho. It is located in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest on the Mesa Falls Scenic Byway….

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Aspen Acres Golf Course

Aspen Acres Golf Course

34 Miles from Rexburg

This 18 hole challenging par-60 course is nestled among shimmering aspen trees. The Aspen Acres Golf Course boasts a spectacular view of the majestic Tetons with wildlife and birds frequenting the area…

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Upper Mesa Falls

Upper Mesa Falls

43 Miles from Rexburg

Upper Mesa Falls is one of the most impressive geological sites in Eastern Idaho. The thunderous noise of the falls is as great as the destruction of a 10 story building. The whole…

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Ice Caves

Ice Caves

28 Miles from Rexburg

The Ice Caves are a fantastic way to spend time during the hot summers. Originally lava tubes, the caves have developed year-round ice. It is suggested to wear a jacket, warm clothes…

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Heise Golf Course

Heise Golf Course

20.2 Miles from Rexburg

This 9-hole,  course gives you a chance to brush-up on your score while surrounded by spectacular beauty. Designed by mother nature, this unique, executive course is nestled beneath towering cliffs covered with…

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Heise Hot Springs

Heise Hot Springs

19.7 Miles from Rexburg

Nestled along Idaho’s famous Snake River, Heise Hot Springs is just 20 miles east of Idaho Falls, Idaho. Airport transportation can be arranged; car rentals are available. Located three miles North off of…

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Idaho Falls LDS Temple

Idaho Falls LDS Temple

27 Miles from Rexburg

The Idaho Falls Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is located on a beautiful spot of land overlooking the falls of the Snake River. The land was donated…

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A Day of Swimming

A Day of Swimming

A Day of Swimming There is not a lot of time left in the summer, so utilize the time that you have by going swimming. This all day adventure can be a…

Teton Dam Site

Teton Dam Site

15.3 Miles from Rexburg

History The Teton Dam was an earthen dam built by the Bureau of Reclamation. On June 5, 1976, tragedy struck. As the Dam began to fill for the first time, Rexburg Idaho…

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