The lifts at Lost Trail have stopped spinning, the steelhead runs tapered off, and the Salmon Hockey Rink is melting away. As temperatures slowly creep upward, winter activities have slowed to a stop in the Salmon Valley. In their place, green grass and wildflowers are peeking through, framed by the snowcapped peaks of the surrounding mountains. Long days and beautiful surroundings make Salmon, Idaho, an ideal destination for a spring retreat. Whether for work or play, local event spaces provide a variety of accommodations for your next getaway.
The Sacajawea Center is a 71-acre rolling park with a stunning view of the Beaverhead Mountains. With multiple rental options available, this venue is well-suited for a range of events. Indoor space at the Learning Center provides comfortable amenities for conferences, workshops, board meetings, or classes. Various outdoor spaces would be perfect for picnics, concerts, reunion gatherings, outdoor yoga, or even a Dutch oven cookoff! The Sacajawea Center can be rented by area or in its entirety.
The rustic elegance of Sweetwater Hollow makes it a popular wedding venue, but the reduced shoulder season rates make it an attractive option for other events. Consider it for a quilting weekend, family reunion, or club retreat. The venue is located on the banks of the Salmon River and includes indoor and outdoor event space. A full kitchen and various lodging options are also available on the property.
The Salmon Valley Business and Innovation Center is a 15,000 square foot business center overlooking town. The spacious venue offers a range of facilities perfect for professional development workshops, board meetings, or a writers’ retreat.
The Stagecoach Inn offers traditional hotel amenities, including 100+ guest rooms, a pool and hot tub, and daily breakfasts. Two large conference rooms provide ample accommodations for meetings or workshops. The enviable location provides beautiful views of the Salmon River, all within walking distance of shops and restaurants.
Located on bustling Main Street, Oddfellow’s Hall is a straightforward indoor gathering space. The airy location can seat a large crowd and includes a stage and large screen. There is also a full kitchen set-up. It would be suitable for a storytelling workshop, teambuilding weekend, film festival, or banquet.
Whatever the focus of your retreat, make sure to set aside time for unstructured activities. A walk around Island Park, a float down the river, or a stroll down Main Street, all visitors will find something interesting in the welcoming town of Salmon. Make sure to check out Visit Salmon Valley for additional information on what to do and where to stay during your visit.