Schools and Churches

Island Park Charter School was founded in 2019 by Connie Day. With the help of the community and surrounding areas this lifelong dream for many residents was brought to fruition. Currently the school is offering education for Pre K through 3rd grade.  Our school has multi-grade classrooms. Students of different ages are in class together. Multi-grade classrooms allow students to work with others of similar abilities. Rather than working at a frustration level too fast or too slow students are able to work at an appropriate instructional level that is not dependent on age or grade. In multi-grade classrooms, students learn from each other. They overhear what others are being taught, which allows them to be introduced to higher concepts before they are expected to master them. Older students become role models for younger students. A strong sense of community is built in the classroom, and life-long relationships are nurtured. Students develop a sense of belonging, caring for each other, respect, and true friendships across grade levels. This will be especially important to our students as they transition to higher grades in Ashton.

4133 Shoshone Ave.
Island Park, ID 83429

Little Church in the Pines wants to provide Christian worship, fellowship, and outreach to all who reside, work in, and visit the Island Park area.

4100 So Big Springs Loop Road~Macks Inn, ID 83433



City of Island Park is the governing agency for Island Park along the Hwy 20, Old Hwy 191, and Hwy 189 corridor.
3753 N Hwy 20,
Island Park, ID 83429


Fremont County Parks and Recreation is the eastern Idaho’s recreation destination.  Let your adventure begin in this well landscaped corner of Idaho where waterfalls and fun go hand in hand.  Visit our beautiful mountains featuring high altitude lakes, natural springs, and roaring rivers.  You won’t be disappointed.  But don’t forget to return in winter when internationally acclaimed snowmobile and cross country ski trails invite even more fun.

Sit deep, stay long and enjoy!

125 N Bridge Street, Annex Bldng,
St Anthony, ID 83445


Ashton Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to serving the businesses of Ashton. Nestled at the southern edge of the Yellowstone Caldera, is the small, rural community of Ashton, Idaho.  Known as the “World’s Largest Seed Producing Area”, Ashton has much more to offer both travelers and residents alike.  Within easy driving distance to world-renowned attractions including Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Mesa Falls, and Henry’s Fork of the Snake River, Ashton welcomes nearly two million visitors each year as they travel through our area.

Resting at the junction of two Scenic Byways – Mesa Falls Scenic Byway and Teton Scenic Byways – all roads leading in to and out of Ashton are avenues of majestic scenic beauty.  The numerous mountains, lakes, rivers, meandering streams, lush forests and open meadows draw sightseers and sportsmen year round.

PO Box 351, Ashton, ID 83420
Yellowstone Teton Territory is a private not-for-profit tourism organization whose membership spans the six eastern Idaho counties of Bonneville, Clark, Fremont, Jefferson, Madison, and Teton, covering over 7500 square miles.  Our goals are to promote and to market eastern Idaho nationally and globally to future visitors and to promote all types of recreational activities, events and festivals not only in our region but also in the state of Idaho.
167 West Main Street,
Rexburg, ID 83440


Fugowee Snowmobile Club is dedicated to safe fun in the snow in Island Park, Idaho.  Island Park is the premier location for all winter sports especially snowmobiling.  Come join us!


PO Box 74, Macks Inn, ID 83433
Henry’s Fork Foundation is the only organization whose sole purpose is to conserve, protect, and restore the unique fisheries, wildlife, and aesthetic qualities of the Henry’s Fork and its watershed.  The Henry’s Fork Foundation (HFF) has completed or funded over 100 research and monitoring projects, conducted numerous on-the-ground restoration projects throughout the watershed, and worked to safeguard public access to the river for fishing and recreation. HFF is partnering with organizations locally and state-wide to pioneer water solutions, and building partnerships with irrigators, agricultural producers, and businesses with a stake in water in eastern Idaho to find water management strategies that both meet irrigation needs and can benefit fisheries. Learn more by visiting our website.

801 Main Street~PO Box 550 Ashton, ID 83420

Intermountain SnoCross Racing (IMR) is an organization that has a purpose to (a) foster youth sports competition as a qualified amateur sports organization, (b) develop quality snowmobile programs which promote fun and a competitive environment for youth, and (c) to promote and support the character building principles of trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and good citizenship in order to help develop not only quality players but also youth who can show good sportsmanship on and off the snocross track.

Check out our website for local races in Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming areas.

PO Box 321, Island Park, ID 83429
406-599-5991 or 208-716-3641


Island Park Sustainable Fire Community  The IPSFC is working hard help make Island Park and West Yellowstone fire-adapted communities. The Island Park Sustainable Fire Community project is a long-term commitment to develop a strong social and ecological community that is resilient to natural disturbances such as wildfire, insect, and disease outbreaks.

PO Box 493, Island Park, ID 83429


Henry’s Fork Wildlife Alliance (HFWA) formed in 2019. We are a group of people committed to protecting healthy wildlife populations in the Upper Henry’s Fork. We love the outdoors. We hunt, we fish, and many of us simply like to watch wildlife. We are residents and taxpayers of Island Park and Fremont County. We volunteer our time, support our local businesses and charities and are your neighbors. We care deeply about Island Park.

 Some of our volunteer projects include partnering with Fish & Game on a pronghorn collaring study; helping with wetlands restoration at Henrys Lake; and removing a derelict woven wire and barbed wire fence no longer needed nor wanted by the property owner, which presented a barrier to migrating wildlife. We have supported projects of several local conservation organizations and have partnered with Fish and Game, US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and others on several projects


PO Box 725 Ashton, ID 83420