Tag Archives: outdoor

“FunInRexburg” Grand Opening!

The goal of FunInRexburg.com is simple.  To be the most useful and entertaining source for all things-fun-to-do-in-or-around-Rexburg. A Work in Progress… As time goes on, I’ll be adding new articles, as well as making user interface improvements to this site.  Currently there are 34 articles covering a variety of topics but I have plans to add many Continue »

The Ice Caves

For genuine high adventure, the ice caves are a true spelunking experience, while still being easy enough for any novice cave explorer. As you climb over rocks and crawl through tunnels there is the feeling of doing something venturesome and exciting, while still being safe enough for children (or your average college student) to traverse Continue »

Madison County Fair 2015

The County Fair Every August Rexburg hosts the Madison County Fair.  Admission is free and there is always lots to see.  Kids and adults can enjoy free shows, browse prize-winning livestock, view local art, eat yummy fair food, and then throw it up on the carnival rides. 😉 2015 Fair The Madison County Fair starts Wednesday August Continue »

The Sand Bar

The Sand Bar in St. Anthony is a little public park next to the river.  It’s called the Sand Bar because there’s  a strip of sand (that I assume was imported from the Sand Dunes) along the bank of the river.  There’s a diving board and a water slide, and best of all it’s free! Continue »

Monkey Rock

Monkey Rock Monkey Rock is a popular swimming hole, about 20 minutes outside of Rexburg.  Marked with a beautiful waterfall and pleasant waters. The fall is about 15 feet high and people often jump off the falls into the water.  You can also go behind the waterfall into a shallow alcove in the rock. Disclaimer: Continue »

Eagle Park Campground

Eagle Park (at the north edge of town) is a campground that hugs the Teton River.  Camping is $10 a night, and includes bathrooms, fire pits, picnic tables, and water pumps fit for drinking. If you’re interested in camping but don’t have the supplies, head over to the Outdoor Recreation Center for tent and sleeping Continue »