Montpelier Creek KOA

28501 US Highway 89 North

Montpelier, ID 83254

Reserve: 800-562-7576

Info: 208-847-0863

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The Montpelier Creek KOA is a great basecamp to see all the Southeast Idaho area attractions from discovering Bear Lake, having lunch in Jackson Hole, to digging for fish fossils near Kemmerer, WY - we can keep you and your family for a week or more!

The National Oregon/California Trail Center Photo

The National Oregon/California Trail Center

Here you will have the most fun you have ever had learning history. Ride a computer controlled covered wagon, journey the trails with living history interpreters, see and touch the tools and artifacts of the pioneers and enjoy a campfire in the beautiful evening setting of the historic Clover Creek Encampment. For more information, visit The Trail Center online or call 1-800-448-BEAR.

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The Montpelier Golf Course Photo

The Montpelier Golf Course

Visit our local golf course, for more information please visit The Montpelier Golf Course website or call (208) 847-1981.  For other area golf courses please visit Bear Lake Golf Courses.

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Montpelier Reservoir Photo

Montpelier Reservoir

Excellent fishing is available here either by land or non-motorized boat. Visit www.fishingworks.com for more information.

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Minnetonka Cave Photo

Minnetonka Cave

This nine-room 1/2 mile long cavern features stalactites, stalagmites and banded travertine. Guided tours are available June through Labor Day. Jackets and shoes are required. Visit the Minnetonka Cave online for more information.

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Bear Lake Water Sports Photo

Bear Lake Water Sports

Spend the day at Bear Lake - there are so many activities to choose from the whole family will be happy!

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Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge Photo

Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge

The refuge supports one of the largest Canada Goose production areas in the western U.S. Some hunting and fishing is permitted. Observation and picnic areas are available. For more information, visit the Wildlife Refuge online.

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Bear Lake Hiking and Biking Photo

Bear Lake Hiking and Biking

As spring makes its way into Bear Lake, early leaves and flowers welcome you as you ride or walk a lake or mountain trail. Temperatures are mild, even during the middle of the summer, so hiking is pleasant. The fall months of September and October are some of the prettiest and most scenic with the brightly colored leaves and the tranquility of the lake.

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Pickleville Playhouse Photo

Pickleville Playhouse

For a night of family fun and entertainment, have dinner and see a show at the Pickleville Playhouse. For more information and reservations, please visit their web-site or call (435) 755-0968.

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Fossil Butte National Park and Fossil Digging Near Kemmerer, WY Photo

Fossil Butte National Park and Fossil Digging Near Kemmerer, WY

Visit Fossil Butte National Park
Some of the world's best preserved fossils are found in the flat-topped ridges of southwestern Wyoming's cold sagebrush desert. Fossilized fishes, insects, plants, reptiles, birds, and mammals are exceptional for their abundance, variety, and detail of preservation. Most remarkable is the story they tell of ancient life in a sub-tropical landscape.

Plan your trip to Fossil Basin where you can unearth your very own fossil fish!
'Dig-your-own' fossil quarries are located in the hills surrounding ancient Fossil Lake, just west of Kemmerer and Diamondville. This 52-million-year-old limestone graveyard preserves an entire paleoecosystem, including fish, turtles, crocodiles, insects, mammals, birds and over 200 leaves.

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Jackson Hole Wyoming Photo

Jackson Hole Wyoming

Take a day for shopping and fine dining in Jackson Hole Wyoming - it's a beautiful drive!

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Lava Hot Springs Photo

Lava Hot Springs

Lava Hot Springs, Idaho is located 45 minutes west of Montpelier and offers many family activities. Visit the Olympic Hot Pool with climbing wall and water slides, relax in the famous hot springs or take a wild tube ride on the Portneuf River! See www.lavahotsprings.org for more information.

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Zipline in Lava Hot Springs Photo

Zipline in Lava Hot Springs

Lavas best zipline adventure with several thousand feet of riding through the canyon on steel cables. Zipping is really quite easy; the guides will help you with fitting your harness and attaching trolley to the line each time you zip. There is very little for you to do, just sit back and enjoy the ride.

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Highline Trail Photo

Highline Trail

Open to hiking, horseback riding and motorbikes. Can access this trail at several sites including St. Charles Canyon and Emigration Campground.  For more information please view their website.

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Old Limber Pine Trail Photo

Old Limber Pine Trail

Enjoy this relaxing hike along a high mountain trail that leads to the 2000 year old limber pine. For more information, visit www.untraveledroad.com .

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Paris Tabernacle Photo

Paris Tabernacle

The historic Paris LDS Tabernacle in Paris, Idaho was completed by Mormon pioneers in 1889. It was designed by Don Carlos Young, and is an impressive building made of red sandstone quarried from Indian Creek on the east side of Bear Lake.

Tours are conducted during the summer, with frequent organ recitals. 

Mid-town on east side of U.S. Highway 89, Paris, Idaho Open: Memorial Day to Labor Day, 9:30 am to 5 pm 

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Ulrich's Fossil Tours Photo

Ulrich's Fossil Tours

Hwy 30 W
10 Miles West of Kemmerer
Fossil Station, WY 83101
307-877-6466

Ulrichs Fossil Gallery features some of the finest prepared fossil fish specimens ever found. Fish fossils from Ulrichs Quarry reside in museums worldwide, yet they are also available to the public for sale, in fossil preparation kit form, or as a dig-for-your-own adventure with a member of our staff. For more information, please contact Carl or Shirley Ulrich at the Fossil Gallery.

Suitable for all ages (except small children) our quarry digs are exciting and rewarding. There is nothing that quite compares with the thrill of uncovering a 60 million year old fossil!

Reservations Required

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