Pendleton Pointe sits within a 5 minute walk from the crown jewel of fly fishing in North America, Henry’s Fork River. Located right across the street from Trout Hunter, we make it easy to lodge close to your fishing destination and guide. Stop by their fly shop, and visit Henry’s Fork Anglers and TRR Outfitters for all your fly fishing supplies and needs.

Pendleton Pointe is locally owned and built with quality in mind. The owners refuse to build something they would not stay in themselves and work hard to offer the best quality of luxury rooms found in Island Park. Our promise to you is to provide the not only the best room you can find, but to offer that same quality of service as well.

Nestled on the road to Yellowstone in Island Park sits Pendleton Pointe, our luxury boutique lodging. Located about 30 minutes outside of Yellowstone National Park, we offer your ideal room for a vacation to the Park. Don’t get held up on that though, Island Park has so much more to offer!


Grub House Coffee - 3306 US-20, Island Park, ID

TroutHunter - Last Chance Bar & Grill - 3327 US-20, Island Park, ID

Pond’s Lodge - 3757 US-20, Island Park, ID

Lakeside Lodge - 3857 Lakeside Lodge Ln, Island Park, ID

Shotgun Bar - 3519 Yale Kilgore Rd, Island Park, ID

The Parlor at Mack’s Inn - 4292 US-20, Island Park, ID

Cafe Sabor - 4298 US-20, Island Park, ID

Connie’s - 4130 Quakie Ln, Island Park, ID

    Areas of Interest

    Harriman State Park

    Harriman State Park lies within a 16,000-acre wildlife refuge in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Known for its beautiful scenery and wildlife, Harriman State Park offers 22 miles of hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding trails that slink through meadows, meander along river banks and through lush evergreen forests. Some of the best fly fishing waters in the nation flow through eight miles of Harriman State Park, known by anglers all over the world over as “the Ranch.” Moose, elk and Trumpeter Swans, the world’s largest waterfowl species, are a common sight at Harriman.

    Henry’s Lake

    One of Idaho’s great high mountain lakes, Henrys Lake is the kind of place that anglers dream about. Anglers fish for cutthroat, brook and cut-bow hybrid trout in what is considered one of the finest trout fisheries in the West. The park also offers beautiful nature trails for hiking and biking and wildlife and wildflower viewing.

    Mesa Falls

    Island Park, Idaho sits on the edge of Yellowstone National Park and offers many of the same type of scenic views. Not to mention Island Park sits in the largest volcanic crater in the world created from the same volcano as Yellowstone. In Island park you will be able to see wildlife, waterfalls, go on hikes and enjoy the beauty of nature with out the same crowds you see in Yellowstone.

    Henrys Fork of the Snake River

    There are few rivers that are more highly regarded to anglers as the Henrys Fork of the Snake River. The Henrys Fork watershed covers a mind blowing 1.7 million acres and over 3000 miles of rivers & streams. Quite impressive, but if you zoom into the Henrys Fork itself, it bubbles out of the ground at Big Springs (28 miles southwest from Yellowstone Park) and flows relatively south to the confluence with the South Fork of the Snake River.The Henrys Fork is a tremendous dry fly fishery loaded with many species of trout, large wild rainbows and the ever elusive brown. The river flows through gentle flowing ranch land, timber covered canyons, and spring creek like sections, with tributaries that are spectacular fisheries in their own right.

    Eagle Ridge Ranch

    Eagle Ridge Ranch is an authentic Old West cattle ranch nestled along the base of the jagged Centennial Mountains in Eastern Idaho’s Shotgun Valley. We offer vacationers 140 square miles of visually breathtaking landscapes — from red deserts to pristine mountains, meadows, lakes, creeks and grassy plains. Eagle Ridge Ranch has plenty to offer in the way of fun activities. From fishing and horseback riding to archery and skeetshooting, there's a little something for everyone on the ranch.


    Tied to Nature

    If you're hoping to see wildlife in Yellowstone National Park, increase your chances of spotting magnificent animals like wolves, elk, pronghorn sheep, birds of prey, and even bears on this private wildlife tour. It can be daunting to navigate the massive park on your own, but your dedicated driver and guide knows all the best habitats to increase your chances of wildlife sightings on this full-day tour.