Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, Fort Hall, Idaho
|SSP 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
Emergency Phone Number:
|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.|
||Expect highs in the mid 80's and nights in the 50's. The elevation of the area is about 4,500 feet.|
|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.
Visit the Shoshone-Bannock Tribe's website.Shoshone-Bannock News.
View photos from 2011 at Fort Hall.