Built in 1834, Fort Hall served as a trading post on the Snake River in Southeast Idaho. The fort was demolished in 1863, but the current replica stands as a memorial to Fort Hall’s heritage. Visitors will enjoy seeing historical artifacts such as letters, recipes, and maps.
Things To Know
Open seasonally from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
The Old Fort Hall site was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1961 and the New Fort Hall site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Adjacent to the replica is the Pocatello Zoo, Ross Park Aquatic Complex, and Bannock County Historical Museum, which houses railroad memorabilia, Shoshone-Bannock Native American exhibits, and pioneer artifacts.