September 11 - 17, 2016

Photo by Eddie Spicer

Near Rexburg, Idaho

The home site of Rabbitstick is a privately held preserve on the banks of the historic Henry's Fork of the Snake River. Over 400 acres surround us with land that is held in trust to remain as a natural habitat for birds, waterfowl and wildlife.

The site is located 80 miles from West Yellowstone, Montana, 90 miles from Jackson hole, Wyoming (the Tetons are visible from the site) and 60 miles from the Fort Hall Indian Reservation, Idaho. We are bordered by a unique sand dune feature to the north and a massive lava flow to the west. An elk ranch shares our southern border.

Driving into the site, one is misled to think that we will be camping in a spud field. But once you pass through the gate, you enter a beautiful, natural, park-like retreat that has been the home of Rabbitstick for years.

Natural raw materials that are needed for some of the classes, are brought to the site. We make every effort to leave the site as beautiful as we found it. A service staff works hard to mitigate all impacts, but we ask all participants to share our concern for the site and care for them in every way possible. Please limit fires and vehicular traffic, remove all trash and refrain from impacting local flora and fauna.

How to get to Rabbitstick.

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