Recreational Home Sites on Fall River
Welcome to Trestle Bridge Ranch
Trestle Bridge Ranch is located in Fremont County, Idaho on the quiet western side of the famous Grand Teton Mountain Range. Located only 75 miles from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, one of the West’s most sought after resort destinations. This area is acclaimed for its classic, yet rustic western culture, as well as endless recreational opportunities throughout all seasons.
Only a few minutes drive from Trestle Bridge Ranch is the agricultural community of Ashton, Idaho, which provides all the essential groceries, restaurants, fly shops, shopping and fuel. The community of Rexburg is only 26 miles away and provides a 4-year University (BYU-Idaho), a small airport, golf course, restaurants, groceries, and sporting good stores. The closest large city is Idaho Falls, Idaho, which lies 54 miles to the south. Idaho Falls has all major conveniences including commercial airline services. The community of Driggs/Victor is a 30 minute drive and offers restaurants, grocery stores, sporting goods, golf, Grand Targhee Ski and Summer resort, and a private airstrip.
Trestle Bridge Ranch location is ideal for the outdoor enthusiast. Located on the Fall River, the angler will have the opportunity to “fish from the front door” or utilize the endless miles of river both up and down stream. The Henry’s Fork is just a few minutes away, providing additional angling allowing for year-round fishing. Multiple trout streams are all within a few minutes from Trestle Bridge Ranch; including the Henrys Fork, South Fork of the Snake, the Teton River, Conant Creek, Bitch Creek, Teton Creek, and others. Not to mention Montana’s Madison River is only a short drive away, truly a fishing paradise.
With seemingly endless miles of public land all within a few minutes of Trestle Bridge Ranch, there is incredible hiking, biking and horseback riding trails. During the fall and winter months the National Forest access offers plenty of opportunity for big game hunting, upland birds, and snowmobiling. Grand Targhee ski and summer resort, best known for its deep and glorious powder and summer bluegrass festival, located 45 minutes southeast.