TRAILER PARKING ON THE SNOWMOBILE TRAIL.
BAR & GRILL. GREAT FOOD & DRINKS.
RIDE ISLAND PARK. STAY AT TROUTHUNTER.
Each Winter in Island Park an average of 229 inches of snow falls on the over 600 miles of groomed trails and thousands of acres of public land open to free riding and exploring. A short ride from West Yellowstone and Yellowstone National Park, you can discover what Snowest Magazine consistently rates as one of the Top Snowmobiling Destinations in the West. Uncrowded and unpretentious, Island Park affords folks the freedom to ride and relax.
From the trail located just off the river behind our facility you can access such places as Mesa Falls, Two Top Mountain, and Big Springs. On the southern end of Island Park's 33 mile long main street, we are located by some of the least used routes in the area off of which you can discover acres of untracked powder. For more adventurous riders, The Centennial Range and South Plateau offer challenging riding with some of the best steeps and powder available in the lower 48 states. In the Centennial Range, Mount Jefferson and Wahoo Chute will test even the most experienced rider.
TroutHunter Bar & Grill is a great place to trade stories and exchange information about trail conditions and secret powder stashes over breakfast or while warming up with a drink and a meal after a day on the snow.
If you are new to the area or looking to improve your skills, PowderHunter offers guided snowmobile adventures for beginners and experts alike. Safely explore Island Park, revered in snowmobiling circles for deep powder, stunning scenery , and a remarkable trail system, with one of our experienced teaching guides for a day that will not soon be forgotten.
Custom bed and sled packages are available. Give us a call and let us help you plan your visit to Island Park. (208) 558-9900 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
2015 Winter Rate = $95 per night.** All rates based on Double Occupancy. $10 additional per person per night. **