The Interpretive Center

Open Daily Memorial Day to Labor Day

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
9am-5pm
9am-5pm
9am-5pm
9am-5pm
9am-5pm
9am-5pm
12:30pm-5pm

Admissions

Price Admits
$5 one adult
$12 one family
Free children 6 and younger
Free Lemhi County residents
Contact us for group rate

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The Beautiful Trails

The Sacajawea Center has two walking trails that are open from dawn to dusk year round.  When there is enough snow on the valley floor we sometimes have groomed cross-country ski trails, too!

As the Center is a City of Salmon park, all park rules apply including: all dogs must remain leashed onsite, and no bicycles are allowed on the trails. Thank you for helping us make everyone’s experience meaningful.

Phone Numbers

Office: (208) 756-1188

Interpretive Center:
(Seasonal) (208) 756-1222

City Hall: (208) 756-3214

Office Hours

Our office hours can be variable depending on the time of year. When the Interpretive Center is closed to the public, generally someone is in the office Monday – Friday from 9am to 4pm.  However, our small staff isn’t always at the desk answering phones.  Please call ahead if you are looking for a specific person or have a specific question – serving our visitors promptly is important to us.

Location

2700 Main Street
Salmon, Idaho  83467

2 miles East of downtown Salmon on Highway 28

Mailing Address

200 Main Street
Salmon, Idaho 83467

This time-lapse sunset was shot at the Sacajawea Center in beautiful Salmon, Idaho in 2010. Images were captured using a Canon 7D SLR and compiled in Adobe Photoshop Premiere CS5.

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