Fort Hall Replica

Location: Upper Ross Park on Alvord Loop, Pocatello
Phone: (208) 234-1795
On the Oregon Trail in the early 1800s, Fort Hall was an extremely important trading post where pioneers, fur trappers, and Native Americans all gathered together. Historically situated north of Pocatello on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation, today’s replica at Ross Park provides visitors with a glimpse into early 19th century life. Visitors will find extensive Native American displays, exhibits detailing the fort’s history, and a blacksmith and carpentry shop. Upon request, visitors can also view a videotape about Fort Hall’s history. The replica is open 10 AM to 6 PM daily from Memorial Day to Labor Day, 10 AM to 2 PM daily the rest of September, and 10 AM to 2 PM Tuesday through Saturday from April to Memorial Day. Admission is $2.50 for adults, $1.75 for youth ages 12-18, and $1 for seniors over 60 and children ages 6-11. The fee includes entrance to the replica as well as the Bannock County Historical Museum.

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