Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park is a 40 minute drive from the Whispering Pines

Here's some links to more info on things to do at Yellowstone:  

Yellowstone National Park

US National Parks Yellowstone


Lakeside Lodge

(208) 558 9770

Lakeside Lodge is just a few minutes away from Whispering Pines rents anything you would ever need for a day of play in Island Park. So convenient for our guests.  Their rentals are in good condition with reasonable pricing. They are under new ownership and they are really great to work with.  

Summertime they have Pontoon Boats, fishing boats, jet skis, kayaks, paddleboards, water trampoline, four-wheelers, and side by sides rentals. They also have wakeboards, tubes and surf lake boards. They have life jackets available as well. 
They have ethanol free gas right here at the docks and out front. 

Other Places to Rent in Island Park:

High Mountain Adventures

(208) 558-9572

Island Park Adventures

(208) 558-7581

Mountain Mayhem

(208) 558-9610

Island Park Reservoir

Island Park Reservoir is just a short walk from Whispering Pines.  

Place to dock boats etc. is close to cabin and beaches are near as well.  Boating and Personal Watercraft invited.  

Fishing is amazing as well.  Rainbow Trout is the big catch here.  Rainbow/cutthroat hybrids, Kokanee, Whitefish and Brook Trout are also popular.

Here's some links for up to date info on fishing Island Park Reservoir: 

Fish and Game Idaho

Idaho Fishing 2016-2018

Mack's Inn Playhouse

Your Home for GUT BUSTIN' Musical Spoofs!

Dinner and Show.

For tickets call:  208-558-7871

Mack's Inn Playhouse

Hiking for all levels

1.8 mile trail Henry's Fork Harriman State Park

4.1 mile trail Henry's Fork Box Canyon

7.3 miles Rock Creek Basin Trail

12.4 miles Targhee Creek Trail

39.5 miles Island Park to Old Faithful

Harriman State Park

Phone #: 208-558-7368

Over 11,000 acres. Part of the greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, including the Henry's Fork Caldera.

Henry's Fork is well known for it's world class Fly Fishing streams that run through the park.

Wildlife siting's. Moose, Elk, Sandhill Cranes, Trump Swans, and Black and Grizzly Bears.

Trails are well marked. Hiking and Mountain Biking in the summer. The trail around Silver Lake is a nice ride.

Bring your binoculars for some great bird watching.

Beautiful views of the Tetons.

Harriman State Park