Gateway to Yellowstone National Park, World Class Flyfishing and Snowmobiling(13 Reviews)
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- Minimum stay:3 nights
- Property type:Cabin
- Pets considered:No
- Wheel chair accessible:No
About the Property
2900 Sq ft with 6 Private Bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms
We are making available to you, our personal vacation cabin that includes 6 private bedrooms (2 on each floor) with 3 full bathrooms (1 on each floor).
(1) The main floor has a full service kitchen, a dining area and family room with a fireplace stove. Also, an entryway mud room to store and dry your snowmobile clothes (extra dryer). There are two large decks off the main floor. One in the front and one in the back with a BBQ grill.
(2) The loft floor has a game room with a pool/ping pong table, TV, and a great view of the golf course and Two Tops Mountain in Montana.
(3) The basement floor has a Family Room with a Big Screen Dish Satellite TV and a wide variety of DVDs. A laundry room (washer & dryer) is also located on the basement floor.
Fly fishing is world class at Hendry's Lake and the Madison River. Visit 'Johnny Sacks' cabin by snowmobile or ATV and see big trout at the Big Springs Loop bridge ... but don't fish there! In the summer, float the Lazy River at Mack's Inn or travel to the Galletin River for some white water excitement. You just might see bear, moose, elk, wolves, red fox, bald eagles, or other wild animals in the local area while riding your ATV without venturing to Yellowstone Park.
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Member since: 2014
- 2900 sq. ft.
- Children Welcome
- Non Smoking Only
- Pets Not Allowed
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
- Wheelchair Inaccessible
Bedrooms: 6 Bedrooms, Sleeps 15, Beds for 15
- There are two additional sofa sleepers and a twin bed in the game room
Bathrooms: 3 Bathrooms
- DVD Player
- Game Room
- Ping Pong Table
- Video Library
- Away From It All
- Sports & Activities
- Tourist Attractions
- Live Theater
Local Services & Businesses
- Bird Watching
- Horseback Riding
- Paddle Boating
- Scenic Drives
- Sight Seeing
- Wildlife Viewing
- Golf Course Front:
- Golf Course View:
- Mountain View:
Sports & Adventure Activities
- Cross Country Skiing
- Fly Fishing
- Freshwater Fishing
- Golf Privileges Optional
- Mountain Biking
- Mountain Climbing
- Water Skiing
- Water Tubing
- Whitewater Rafting
- Dining Area
- Iron & Board
- Linens Provided
- Coffee Maker
- Dishes & Utensils
- Pantry Items
|Dates||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
Jun 16 - Sep 7, 2017
3 night min stay
My Standard Rate
3 night min stay
Additional information about rental rates
Fees and Rental Conditions:
- Property Damage Protection $59
- Cleaning Fee $150 + tax
- Tax Rate 8%
Owner's cancellation policy:
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
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Things to see and do:
BIG SPRINGS; The water flows from beneath the Yellowstone Plateau at a constant temperature year round. The Idaho Fish and Game plant fish in the river at this point. Large fish can be viewed from the Big Springs Bridge. Also located in this area is Johnny Sacks cabin. There is a visitor’s center and it is open for tours during the summer.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK; Idaho borders two of this country’s most spectacular and geologically interesting National Parks, Yellowstone and Grand Teton, both are within an easy drive. Yellowstone, with its famous geysers, hot springs and abundant wildlife, was the world’s first National Parks. HARRIMAN STATE PARK; This is one of Idaho’s latest scenic attractions. Located just 15 miles south of Island Park Village Resort, the 11,217 acre park joins 19 other state parks administered by the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation.
HENRY’S LAKE STATE PARK; High in a mountain bowl at an elevation of 6,470 feet lays Henry’s Lake. The lake is within Henry’s Lake State Park and surrounded by lush meadow and the towering Sawtooth Mountains. The shallow lake is known for big trout catches. Henry’s Fork of the Snake River originates at the outlet of the famous Henry’s Lake, just under the Continental Divide between Idaho and Montana. This stream is world renowned as one of the best fly fishing areas in the world. On your way to Quake Lake and Hebgen Lake, stop by Henry’s Lake fish hatchery and see the large trout running and the work done at the hatchery.
MESA FALLS (UPPER AND LOWER); Want a relaxing day? Pack a picnic lunch and follow the following directions to Mesa Falls. Upon leaving the resort turn left on Hwy 20 and continue for about 15 miles Upper and Lower Mesa Falls are a short 12 miles off Hwy 20. Water plunges 114 feet to fill the river canyon. The drop at Lower Mesa Falls is 65 feet. For a true adventure, you can hike down to the river bottom and enjoy the spectacular view first hand.
ISLAND PARK RESERVOIR; This large reservoir is popular for boating, fishing and water skiing. Visitors may drive on top of the dam for scenic views of the Centennial Mountains and Box Canyon approximately 7 miles away. SAWTELL PEAK; Sawtell Peak is approximately 15 miles from the resort with a breathtaking view and a number of miniature high altitude flowers to see in the summer. Riding snowmobiles on Sawtell Peak is prohibited in most areas and is very hazardous.
LAKEVIEW LODGE AND RED ROCK BIRD REFUGE;
Both of these are another must see while in the area. Follow Hwy 20 north about five miles to the Red Rock Road. Lakeview is 39 miles on the Red Rock Road, which is a gravel road. The lodge at Lakeview offers horseback riding in the summer months. Food and gas are also available. In the winter, it is a spectacular snowmobile trip.
CRATERS OF THE MOON; A sea of lava flows with scattered islands of cinder cones and sagebrush describes this “weird and scenic Landscape” known as Craters of the Moon. Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve contain three major lava fields covering almost a half a million acres. These remarkably well preserved volcanic features resulted from geologic events that appear to have happened yesterday and will likely continue tomorrow. Located 85 miles west of Idaho Falls, or take Hwy 33 out of Rexburg and go west to Arco.
VIRGINIA CITY AND NEVADA CITY; Leaving Island Park Village Resort turn right on Hwy 20 and follow it to the junction of Hwy 87, turn left when you reach the end of Hwy 87, follow Hwy 287 along the beautiful Madison River to Ennis, MT. From Ennis, go west on Hwy 287 to Virginia City, an old time town that has been restored. One mile west of Virginia City is famous Nevada City, with its Chinese section of town, the two-story out-house at the end of the Hotel Veranda and Opera Hall with all the musical memorabilia. Ride the narrow gauge railroad between these fun cities, with the old time railroad cars including the Cathedral and the Pullman car. These cities are open only during the summer months.
LEWIS & CLARK CAVERNS; Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park is Montana’s first and best known state park featuring one of the largest known limestone caverns in the Northwest. Naturally air conditioned, these spectacular caves, line with stalactites, stalagmites, columns and flowstone, are electrically lighted and safe to visit. Above ground, a self-guided nature trail provides opportunities to understand the natural surroundings.
Near the Missouri Headwaters State Park, the waters of the Jefferson, Madison and Gallatin Rivers flow together to form a living monument to the discoverers of the headwaters, Captains William Lewis and Meriwether Clark. Lewis and Clark Cavers were named in honor of the West’s early explorers, but were actually undiscovered until the 1890’s. Regular tours of the caves began in the late1940’s and now have thousands of visitors each year. The entire tour takes about two hours.
Year Purchased: 2006
About the owner: As Utah residents, we fell in love with Island Park Idaho and purchased this cabin for retirement. Since, we are not totally retired, yet, we have the opportunity to share with others. We love to golf, fly fish, ATV, snowmobile, and watch the wild life and beautiful vistas.
Why the Owner Chose Island Park, ID, USA:
Two Bear Retreat is located in a perfect location. It is close to civilization but yet is still in the woods. This cabin provides good space with lots of privacy.
The Unique Benefits at this Cabin:
Two Bear Retreat is located right on the Island Park Village Resort (IPVR) golf course near the 5th tee box. This is very convenient in the summer and especially nice in the winter because you can park your snowmobile just steps outside the back deck and ride on the fairways with easy access to hundreds of miles of trails without loading them on trailers. An ATV/snowmobile rental shop is less than half a mile from the cabin.
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TWO BEAR RETREAT
Front of Cabin
Front room with fireplace
Mudroom with extra dryer
TV room seating
Main floor Bedroom 1
Lower bedroom 3
Loft Bedroom 5
Rear Deck in SUMMER
View of 5th IPVR Fairway from rear deck
Front room view
Big Screen Dish TV
Loft Game room
Main floor Bedroom 2
Lower Bedroom 4
Loft bedroom 6 (Double twins)
5th Fairway from rear deck
Rear deck in WINTER
This listing was first published here in 2014.
Date last modified - Tuesday, March 28, 2017
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