Come experience the abundant beauty of East Idaho and nearby attractions in a majestic setting. Our property is a 5-acre island surrounded by a side channel of the Snake River! A secured automatic gate opens to a bridge that leads to a 3,200 square-foot log home, which is adequately stocked and ready for any retreat, such as a sportsman outing, a romantic getaway, or a family reunion. (Please message me privately if you have more than 14 guests in your party.) Four spacious bedrooms furnished with 2 king beds, 4 queen beds, and 2 twin beds will accommodate 14 people comfortably. Two large bathrooms have been completely updated. An on-demand tank-less water heater ensures plenty of hot water. Enjoy the large great room with gas fireplace, and dining room with enough seating to accommodate a large gathering. Guests can also have access to a covered RV/trailer parking area with full hook-ups! Enjoy views of the surrounding cottonwood forest and observe wildlife on one of the 3 spacious decks. Relax in the hot tub while gazing at stars and taking in the sounds of the surrounding river. Spend time fishing and exploring through the woods of this lush property. Located between Idaho Falls and Rexburg, nearby attractions include Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone Bear World, Heise Hot Springs and Zip Line, Kelly Canyon Ski Resort, Jackson Hole Ski Resort, Grand Targhee Ski Resort, St. Anthony Sand Dunes, BYU-Idaho, and world-class fishing on the Snake River (and on the property). This is a true paradise!
4 bedroom, 2 bathroom cabin on a private island.
- Calendar last updated:
- 21 Jan. 2019
About Lezlie Lee
My husband and I have four children, 3 boys and one well protected little girl. We have spent 10 of the 15 years we've been married living in Hawaii. Family is everything to us! We love spending time outside, fishing, hunting, and exploring! We love to play games as a family and gathering around the piano sharing music.
Lezlie Lee purchased this Cabin in 2018
Why Lezlie Lee chose Rigby
From one island home to another. Our family has called Oahu, Hawaii home for many years but recently purchased this amazing island retreat in Idaho, bringing us back to our roots. My husband and I first met in Idaho, 16 years ago, and his father's family home is located just a few miles away in downtown Rigby. Our family has always had a love for the outdoors and how it brings families together. This property provides that connection to nature and all that it has to offer!
What makes this Cabin unique
The lush evergreens, and beautiful cottonwoods. The wildlife sightings of deer, moose, birds, and squirrels. Sitting on the back deck hearing the tranquil sound of the river. walking along the bridge, looking down at the water lined with trees and cat tails. Looking out the front picture window at the kids playing on the tree swing. Getting cozy by the fire. soaking in the hot tub under a star-filled sky. All of these things and more have us and others completely in love with this property!
Pool / Spa
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
100% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 14 days before arrival date.
We had a very nice time the owners had life jackets and float tubes available for our use and the kids really enjoyed floating down the river.
Beautiful Cabin...perfect retreat for our family!
Excellent property if you want the ultimate in privacy when visiting Idaho Falls. Not far from town but you'll feel miles away with its privacy gate, plenty of space and storage for any toys, RV's, etc...that you may want to bring. Not to mention all the comforts you could want from home with plenty of space for family games, dinners and a hot tub to boot! We will definitely request this property again whenever we visit Idaho Falls.
Yellowstone National Park is about an hour and a half drive from the property. Ririe Reservoir and Palisades Reservoir are popular for lake fishing. River fishing opportunities abound, including on property. Twin Bridges boat ramp is 2 miles away on the nearby South Fork of the Snake River.