Interpretive Center Hours:
CLOSED FOR THE SEASON!
Interpretive Center is open 7 days a week from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
*You can call 208.756.1188 to make an appointment to see the Interpretive Center in the off-season. Please give us 48 hours notice if possible so we can turn the heat on in the building.
Trails remain open year-round.
Park admission is $5/person or $12/family. We hope to see you on the trail!
What’s Happening at the Sacajawea Center?
Join Us October 26th for Keith Petersen’s Program: “Straight Lines and Squiggles: How Idaho Got that Weird Shape.”
Doors open at 6:30 at the River of History Exhibit (204 Main Street) Keith Petersen, Idaho historian and former Idaho State Historian, will discuss his most recent book on the geographic boundaries of Idaho: The West is a land of rectangular states. And then we have...
The Homewaters Kids Camp will take place from June 19th-22nd from 930-4pm each day at the Sacajawea Center. This week-long camp explores the waterways and what humans, animals, insects, and plants call home. The camp is capped at forty participants and the cost is $50.00. Scholarships are available as well and lunch and snacks are provided each day. You can call 208.756.1188 for more information.
Kid’s Camp for 2023 are every Friday in July from 10-12pm. There is no charge for these programs. Program topics include Tracks & Scat, History Comes Alive, Rocks Rock, and Weaving with Cattails. You can call 208.756.1188 for more information or to sign up.
Are you looking for a fun and rewarding way to make a difference? The Sacajawea Center is seeking volunteers for several positions for the 2023 summer season.
- Weekly docent shifts
- Programs and events photographers
- Onsite docent position with RV hookups for 2022 (good for individual or couple). For docent position description and application, please call us at 208.756.1188 or email email@example.com
- Position description
Shoshone-Bannock Agaidika Gathering
August 19, 2023
Each year the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes visit the Sacajawea Center and the Salmon and Lemhi Valleys to commemorate their ancestors and connect their youth to their homeland. The main event of the gathering happens on Saturday and includes an early morning breakfast and walk/run along Agency Creek between Tendoy, ID and Lemhi Pass. After the walk/run, in the late afternoon, the tribe holds a singing and dancing exhibition at the Sacajawea Center amphitheater as well as a salmon and buffalo feast.
The tribe invites the local community and the visiting public to join them for all or part of their gathering. This year marks the 115th Agaidika Gathering, as 1907 was the year the Agaidika were forced to leave their reservation here in the Lemhi Valley to go to the reservation at Fort Hall.
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