American Falls Day is on August 2nd

Balloons to Celebrate American Falls Day

Join us for American Falls Day
on August 2nd
at City Park

“The Power of Progress” is the 2014 American Falls Day theme. Activities will be held Saturday, August 2, 2014.

The parade begins at 10 am at corner of Fort Hall and Pocatello Avenue (entry is free).

The fun begins in the downtown city park immediately following till 4 pm. There will be several food vendors, crafts, activities, and games for the kids along with an area Art Show at the American Falls District Library, Mason’s Golf Tournament at the American Falls Golf Course, and a 3-on-3 basketball tournament at William Thomas Middle School.

Come join the fun and check out our beautifully revitalized downtown businesses and area for the day!

Note: If you’re interested in being a vendor at the festival, please download the application (American Falls Day Vendor Application) and return it to the Chamber at PO Box 207, American Falls, ID 83211. Also, if you are currently a member of the Chamber or you join the Chamber before August 2nd, you will receive a discounted vendor booth rate. If you would like more information on becoming a member of the Chamber, please check out our Membership page.

Mountains to the south

The City of American Falls and Power County area provides a wide variety of options for residents and visitors alike. Nestled next to the American Falls Reservoir and Snake River canyon, it offers a multitude of activities for water sport enthusiasts, camping, and outdoorsman. The location is also an ideal spot in the Northwest, providing visitors a three-hour drive or less to some of the country’s best sites: Yellowstone National Park, Jackson Hole and the Tetons, Boise, Salt Lake City and Sun Valley.

The Snake River plain area is also rich in fertile fields with a strong influence of agriculture and industry. The area farms and businesses help provide a stable local economy and job opportunities for relocating families. American Falls and its surrounding area offers a rural, small town feel with amazing views and the added convenience of easy city access.

Moose in fieldLocated only 15 miles south of American Falls, the City of Rockland is located near the Sublett Range and Deep Creek Mountains. The spacious views and hometown feel provide a rural setting for families and offers the perfect retreat for the outdoorsman. Fishing, camping, hunting and snowmobiling in the winter are all ideal past times to be spent in the Rockland Valley.

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