The BYU-Idaho Student Activities Program invites individuals to experience the power of acting for themselves through invovlement in student-led programs and events.
At the Teton Lodge Facilities, Activities seeks to train and prepare students for leadership experiences at BYU-Idaho and for future leadership responsibilities in the home, Church, workplace, and community.
Teton Lodge Facilities which includes, Sky Mountain lodge and Quickwater lodge, are available for campus departments, BYU-Idaho wards and officially sponsored student organizations for training and development purposes where outcomes achieved will be used to serve the BYU-Idaho community.
These beautiful facilities are located in the Teton basin near Victor, Idaho.
The facilities are privately owned and made available for use to BYU-Idaho because of the generosity of its owner and donors.
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Lodge Reservations Guidelines
•1. Reservations will be taken 1 semester in advance. The earliest you can apply for a date is the first day of the previous semester. (Example - First day of Fall Semester you can apply for Winter Semester)
•2. Reservation requests must be made by submitting a completed Lodge Application. Please note you may list 2 separate dates of when you wish you attend.
•3. Reservation requests received through the first full week of the semester will be gathered and noted when they were received. If multiple requests for a particular weekend are received, we will work to accommodate as many groups as possible. We understand the first 4 weeks of the semester are in the highest demand. When making reservation assignments for these weeks, we will look at when the request was made and when the specific group was accommodated last. Our goal is to allow as many groups the opportunity throughout the calendar year as possible.
•4. You will receive an email confirmation with your request once you have officially been scheduled on the Lodge Calendar.
We are currently taking Reservation Requests for Fall Semester 2013.
April 22, 2013 we will begin taking Reservation Requests for Winter Semester 2014.