On-site Activities

There are many fun and interesting things to do at Jepson Canyon Resort without having to travel. Check out these activities while you're here, or look at the off-site activities that we have available.

9-Hole "Short Course"

9-hole "short course"

Golf the 9-Hole "Short Course" designed by Johnny Miller. With multiple T-Boxes on each hole, this picturesque layout, with 1 par-4 and 8 par-3's, can be played as 3-holes, 6-holes, 9-holes, 12-holes, 15-holes or 18-holes. Cost to play will be based on the number of holes played.

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Spa

Shiloh Wellness Center and Spa

The Merrill Osmond "Serenity Wellness Center" spa and corporate retreat can be enjoyed on many levels. Enter this journey for a peaceful heart, and heal your spirit, body, and mind.

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SouthWest Science Center

Southwest Science Center

The unique and exciting SouthWest Science Center will include a state-of-the-art planetarium, an observatory, a multi-purpose theater plus several exhibit halls. (American Indian, Pioneer and Geological)

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Native American Cultural Center

Native American Cultural Center

The Native American Cultural Center will have many exhibits and hands-on opportunities for everyone, which will include pottery making, flint knapping, etc.

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Hotel / Lodge

Hotel / Log Lodge

The "Destination" Hotel / Lodge will include the restaurant, wellness center venues, golf pro shop, and a western, rustic ambiance. This 120-room facility will be hand-crafted with natural logs by Yellowstone Log Homes.

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Aerial Tram

aerial tram

A two-car Aerial Tram, with each enclosed car capable of carrying 8 passengers, will be installed near the SouthWest Science Center site, at the bottom of the cliff, and will terminate at the top of the cliff near the Native American Cultural Center and the Observatory Complex.

World's Largest Bronze Stagecoach

World's Largest Bronze Stagecoach

The World's Largest Bronze Stagecoach is planned to be constructed and displayed at the Jepson Canyon Resort project.

Renowned local artists and sculptors, brothers Jerry and Ronny Anderson, have spent the past several years collaborating on a 1/4-scale bronze sculpture of an authentic Wells Fargo stagecoach, endeavoring to "depict the west the way it was," Jerry said. "Through the mail we got the original blueprints of the original Concord Stage in the Washington archives, so that we would have it right." It's gotta be perfect. For every hour that we spent in actual fabrication, we spent about 20 percent of it in research."

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