Teton Valley Lodge is a full service fly fishing lodge located directly on the banks of the beautiful Teton River near Driggs Idaho.
We have fishing in our blood. It all started with our great-grandfather Alma Kunz. Alma began guiding in 1919 on the Teton River here in Idaho. It was his passion that attracted fishermen from all over the world to Teton Valley. Our father Randy Berry began guiding for Alma when he was 13 years old. He passed on his knowledge to each of us. We hope to pass it on to the fifth generation of fishermen here at Teton Valley Lodge, our sons and daughters.
We offer delightful first class accommodations overlooking the river. You also get a view of the famous Teton mountain range. From your room, you can hear and see a myriad of bird life including View more...the sand-hill cranes, ducks, geese, mud swallows, and red-winged black birds. Our Idaho fly fishing lodge is comfortably secluded from the bustle of the outside world.
You will savor the impeccably prepared cuisine by Chef Gordon Lakin and his staff. Rich breakfasts and four course dinners are served in the dining room in a family style manner. The dining room environment is a great place to share stories of the day’s conquests and to build and cultivate friendships, new and old.
Also available in the dining room are cold local micro brews on tap and an excellent wine list provided at dinner. We pride ourselves on the service and high caliber of our fly fishing lodge and dining facilities. We look forward to sharing with you an experience of great lodging, fantastic fly fishing, and breathtaking scenery.
Brook trout, Brown trout, Cutthroat, Rainbow trout
We get it. We know how you feel. You crave a life altering, completely over the top experience of beautiful scenery filled with tons of wild trout.
Well guess what? You are in luck. You are smack dab in the middle of a fly fishing wonderland.
How about wetting your line in an ancient volcano that just so happens to be old Yellowstone? At six thousand feet above sea-level, the Henry’s Fork flows out of a spring created by volcanic activity more than a millennia ago. The South Fork of the Snake is insanely gorgeous with enough trout to fill any fly fisherman’s net. The Teton has so many different types of water. If you wanted you could only fish the Teton on your stay with us. You wouldn’t see the same kind of water each day, whether it was the flat spring creek water View more...right in our backyard, or the winding stretches below the lodge or the deep canyon of the narrows.
During your stay at the Lodge, you can expect to fly fish on a different stretch of river every day. With over 25 different sections of fishable river on three blue ribbon fisheries in Idaho, there are years of discovery awaiting even the most experienced fly fishermen.
The Lodge premises consist of the main lodge in the center with several cabins around it.
The main facility houses a large dining hall along with a comfortable lounge equipped with a bar, beer on tap, and TV.
The guest cabins range in size from 1 to 3 bedrooms. Most bedrooms are furnished with two queen beds and private bathrooms. The 2 and 3 bedroom cabins also include relaxing sitting rooms.
Each cabin at our Idaho fly fishing lodge is outfitted with a mini bar stocked daily with complimentary beer, soda and coffee. Each cabin also has a deck with furniture to help our guests take pleasure in the serene surroundings after a long day on the river.