Hidden away in beautiful Trail Canyon near Soda Springs, Idaho this cabin retreat offers the perfect getaway for the whole the family and more. Whether it's an outdoor adventure with hiking, 4-wheeling, hunting, and mountain biking or simply a quiet escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, this cabin has something for everyone. This beautifully built cabin comfortably sleeps 17 people. It features a large great room with towering windows, an open loft area with extra beds and plenty of space to relax and play games, a large master bedroom with attached master bath, and two additional bedrooms off of the loft. In addition, the cabin has a fully equipped kitchen, washer and dryer, Dish Network with all the sports channels, three TVs, and WiFi Internet. With the cabin sitting on 27 acres of land and the Caribou-Targhee National Forest literally right next door, there is no shortage of recreational activities and amazing places to explore. Hiking and Mountain Biking - Literally right out the front door you will find miles of trails with some that climb to the highest peaks overlooking the Tetons. Archery - Just over a mile from the cabin leads you to a life size 3D archery range that's open to the public. ATV & UTV - Check out gorgeous mountain views as you journey through 55 miles of designated trails in Trail Canyon, Wood Canyon, Diamond Creek, Slug Creek, and many more. Trail Canyon trails begin less than 2 miles from the cabin. Hunting - During the designated hunting seasons, the nearby Caribou-Targhee National Forest is an ideal destination for hunters looking to score a prize elk or buck. Fishing and Boating - Large populations of cutthroat trout, yellow perch, and rainbow trout as well as crappie, small and largemouth bass are found at the Alexander Reservoir and Blackfoot Reservoir just outside of Soda Springs. Golf - Play right through the ruts left by the wagons on the Oregon Trail. Walk in the footsteps of the pioneers while looking out over the beautiful valley and Alexander Reservoir. The nine hole, 36 par golf course at the Oregon Trail Country Club is open to the public. Golf equipment is available for rent if you forget to bring your clubs. Lava Hot Springs - A 35 minute drive will take you to Idaho's World Famous Hot Springs and Olympic Swimming Complex Resort. Hot pools, Diving Platforms, Water Slides and Rock Climbing Wall. Geyser and Natural Soda Water - Soda Springs has the only captive geyser in the world. It erupts every hour on the hour and often reaches heights of 100 feet or more. The town is also home to bubbling natural carbonated water springs. Bring a cup or empty water bottle and give it taste. Kelly Park - A 20 acre park, on the east side of Soda Springs features baseball diamonds, tennis courts, picnic facilities with a covered pavilion, disc golf course, 2 small fishing ponds for kids, playground and three miles of walking, jogging, and biking paths. Bear Lake - Just 50 miles from the cabin is Bear Lake. Bear Lake is a large scenic lake often called "Caribbean of the Rockies" for its intense turquoise blue water. Enjoy fishing, boating, and other recreational activities. Jackson Hole - We are located just 100 miles from Jackson Hole, where you will find endless opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. WINTER ACTIVITIES Cross Country Skiing & Snow Shoeing - You'll have close access to miles of groomed trails, in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, Kelly Park, and Bailey Creek. Enjoy the snowy landscapes as you ski or snow shoe through the trails. Snowmobiling & Sledding - Trail Canyon, Diamond Creek, and Wood Canyon are among the many close and popular areas to snowmobile and sled. Snowmobile enthusiasts of all levels will enjoy the marked and groomed trails. Trail Canyon trails begin less than 2 miles from the cabin. The property at the cabin also provides some fun sledding hills for children. Ice Fishing - Alexander Reservoir and Blackfoot Reservoir are located just outside of Soda Springs and are popular destinations for ice fishing. These reservoirs are home to large populations of cutthroat trout, yellow perch, and rainbow trout as well as crappie, small and largemouth bass.