Come join us at the Black Swan Inn. Conveniently located near numerous attractions, you won't get bored while staying with us. Enjoy museums, parks, golfing, hiking, and so much more!

Performing Arts Center

Music, dance, theatre, lectures, and more bring the communities of Idaho State University and Southeastern Idaho together in one spectacular locale: the $34 million L.E. and Thelma E. Stephens Performing Arts Center. Built primarily with the generous support of hundreds of private donors, the 123,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art complex, debuted in October of 2004. It crowns a Pocatello hilltop that offers vistas as inspiring as the artists who perform here. We invite you to join ISU in celebrating the performing arts in Idaho.

Riverside Golf Course

Enjoy a game of golf at the Riverside Golf Course. Play 18 holes of golf, immerse yourself in the game, and soak up the sun as you play.

Zoo Idaho

Bison, cougar, eagles, pronghorn, and grizzly bear are living symbols of the Intermountain West. You can find these and other North American species at Zoo Idaho. Zoo Idaho provides a unique opportunity to learn about native wildlife through exhibits, events, classes, and other family programs.

Fort Hall Replica

At the Fort Hall Replica, you will find the Fort Hall Diary, a collection of first-hand accounts of Fort Hall, and vicinity taken letters, diaries, journals, and other accounts. Educate yourself with essays like the Brief History from Wyeth's Fort to the Replica, and The Old Fort Hall Broadsheet with a variety of articles. Their collection of Southeastern Idaho Plants, originally identified and cataloged by Thomas Nuttall, include pictures and plant descriptions. Walk trails once walked on by Lewis and Clark, traders, and visitors who amplified wildlife discovery. Links to related online sites, tourist information, Fort Hall recipes, and replica maps are available on-site.

Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole is a valley between the Teton Mountain Range and the Gros Ventre Range in Wyoming, sitting near the border of Idaho.

Museum of Clean

Walk into 75,000 sq. ft of excitement, education, and inspiration for the whole family! While most museums have a single subject of focus, the Museum of Clean is far from that because clean dominates the value of everything that effects life. Our museum goal is to touch as many dimensions as we can - in a display, art items, slate, and participation. Come prepared to participate, remembering that this is not a cleaning museum, but a museum of clean.

Old Town Pocatello

From specialty shops to fine dining, Old Town Pocatello is a magnet for people seeking a unique experience. Clothing, antiques, housewares, sporting goods, art galleries, and other stores make Historic Old Town a destination for shoppers. Places to eat, serving everything from subs to fine international dishes, stand side-by-side with bars, coffee shops, and bakeries. For those who want to be pampered, there are day spas, beauty salons, and candy shops to ease the hustle-and-bustle of the 21st-century life. Old Town Pocatello features beautiful historic buildings that speak of the past and create the perfect ambiance for a unique experience.

Pebble Creek Ski Area

Pebble Creek is an alpine ski area in the western United States, located in Southeastern Idaho. Inside of the Portneuf Range in the Caribou National Forest, Pebble Creek is just east of Pocatello in Eastern Bannock County, and four miles East of Inkom.

Yellowstone National Park

Visit Yellowstone and experience the world's first national park. Marvel at a volcano's hidden power rising up in colorful hot springs, mud pots, and geysers. Explore mountains, forests, and lakes to witness all kinds of wildlife. Discover the history that led to the conservation of our national treasures "for the benefit and enjoyment of the people," at Yellowstone National Park.
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