Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, Fort Hall, Idaho

Shoshone-Bannock Junior and Senior High School Fort Hall youth drumming with SSP volunteersSSP has served in Fort Hall, Idaho since 2010. We have had a great experience and learned a lot about the tribe. The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes are located in Southeastern Idaho on the Snake River; today the reservation consists of 544,000 acres of land. There are about 3,800 tribal members who reside on the reservation.

Contact Please send youth, counselors and staff mail and packages to this address:

Sierra Service Project
General Delivery
Fort Hall, ID 83203

Emergency Phone Number:

(775)621-5877 or (650)787-7297

Accommodations We will be staying at the Shoshone-Bannock Junior and Senior High School. There is a large cafeteria and industrial kitchen that we will be using. There are bathrooms and showers at the school.

Type of Work
The repair work will be for elders primarily building wheelchair ramps, wood sheds, and exterior painting.

Work team in Fort Hall, Idaho with a completed wheelchair rampWoodshed in progress in Fort Hall, Idaho

Expect highs in the mid 80's and nights in the 50's.  The elevation of the area is about 4,500 feet. 
Landscape of Fort Hall, Idaho

Directions To get to Fort Hall, consult Google maps or a similar mapping service to find the best route for your group. The Shoshone-Bannock Junior and Senior High School is located on Highway 91/Hi-Line Road just South of Ross Fork/Simplot Road.

Please remember that most groups have a long way to travel to get to this site; allow for plenty of time to reach the site no later than 4PM Mountain Time. Consult the driving times from major cities.

Learn More

Visit the Shoshone-Bannock Tribe's website.

Shoshone-Bannock News.

View photos from 2011 at Fort Hall.