- Parks & Recreation
Parks & Recreation
Welcome to Fremont County
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!
Idaho Invasive Species Fund
Watercraft stickers for the invasive weed program are available online. $10 for residents and $20 for non-residents. Stickers are not available at county courthouses.
ATV Rules & Regulations
Operators of all off highway vehicles on federally managed lands, specifically the St. Anthony Sand Dunes, in Fremont County shall operate their off-highway vehicles with a red or orange safety flag, that is a minimum of six by twelve inches, attached to the vehicle at least eight feet above the surface of level ground.
Biking in Fremont County
These bike routes use lightly traveled public roads around Ashton. Bikers are reminded to observe all traffic rules and use caution on Hwy 32 and 47.
Fremont County Golf Course offers a beautiful 9-hole course with great Teton views. Check out our $7 Monday Night Special.
Johnny Sack Cabin
In 1929, Johnny Sack leased a small tract of land from the United States Forest Service and began building his log cabin at Big Springs. Little did Johnny know when he first acquired the choice building site, his home would become a landmark one day discussed in the United States Congress.
Enjoy all the wonderful sights and learning opportunities traveling these routes will bring!
Snowmobile map highlighting trails and winter recreation opportunities in the Targhee National Forest, Island Park, Ashton and all of Fremont County.
Waterway & Fishing Access
The newly mandated watercraft stickers for the invasive weed program are available at Island Park City Office, open 9 to 4 weekdays, and closed Memorial Day.