East Idaho

The Idaho Real Estate Group is proud to be participating with Cabela’s Trophy Properties in this territory. What a majestic area for all recreation properties while still containing high production land for ranches, cattle, grains, and of course…potatoes. Here you’ll have to be careful not to fall in love with more than one ranch, farm, or recreational property!

East Idaho is a perfect, scenic mix of production land and beauty. Vistas of the grand Tetons permeate the most eastern properties while to the west you can see the Lemhi Range. In between these to beautiful mountainous regions and at their bases, you’ll find exquisite ranches of unparalleled beauty. Between these areas you find the high production farms of the Snake River Flats. It is here on these flats that Idaho grows many of its famous potatoes.

Hunting and fishing abound in this area of Idaho. You find excellent drift boat fishing on the South Fork of the Snake River or world class fly fishing for trout in the Henry’s Fork area. Within the Island Park region lies a 7,000 acre reservoir for fishing and boating. The hunting opportunities provided are also unique as they range from antelope, wolf, mountain lion, deer, and elk to sheep, grouse, and geese to name just a few.

Nestled in this area of Idaho you find areas of similar beauty and geography as Yellowstone National Park and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, but you gain the serenity of being off the beaten path. For instance, did you know we have access to the two natural waterfalls known as Mesa falls with heights of 65′ and 114′? Also this area boasts the only place in North America where opals are so plentiful that they are mined commercially. As far as museums go, Idaho Falls has plenty of arts to enjoy including the Museum of Idaho that showcases nationally acclaimed traveling exhibits. Many other features of the area include an International Dance and Music Festival with dancers from 10 countries; Yellowstone Bear World with grizzlies, black bears, and gray wolves to name a few; 11,000 acres of sand dunes with access made open to ATV’s and managed by the BLM; the world’s largest caldera where Island Park calls home; Big Springs where 120 million gallons of water gush forth every day; and many many more hidden attractions.

Other attraction abound in the winter as all the scenic beauty of the Tetons as well as the flats change to a winter paradise for skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and all else that you can think of. This truly is a gem in the west.

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