Fort Hall Replica
What is there to do?
A visit to the Fort Hall Replica is to enter the 19th Century world of explorers, trappers, fur traders, Native Americans, pioneers, Gold seekers, historic figures, and common folk; all of whom visited the place called Fort Hall on the banks of the Snake River in what is now Southeast Idaho. The roads to the Replica follow close to the Oregon and California Trails and other famous roads and byways. The Fort Hall Replica Commission invites you to come and join us. As you browse the above links you will find: The Fort Hall Diary, a collection of first hand account of the Forts Hall and vicinity taken from letters, diaries, journals, and other accounts; a brief History from Wyeth's Fort to the Replica; The Old Fort Hall Broadsheet with a variety of articles; Plants includes pictures and descriptions of plants found on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation and/or Southeastern Idaho originally identified and cataloged by Thomas Nuttall, plus plants found by Lewis and Clark in Idaho; On the Trail containing the names of the traders and visitors with amplifying data; Links to related on-line sites; Tourist Information on Replica with map; and Fort Hall Recipes with traditional foods.