Located next to Irving Middle School, Raymond Park features a unique and inspiring venue for a
festival focused on raising funds for the Portneuf Greenway. Raymond Park is on the Portneuf River and serves as a starting point for the Sacajawea Reach Trail.
Within a short distance of the park is Old Town
Pocatello, filled with historic buildings and unique shops and restaurants as well as the Southeastern Idaho
Please remember it's festival seating, so bring blankets, chairs and other items to make yourselves
comfortable for the show. There will be a large tent for shade.
Near the stage will be numerous hands-on activity booths as well as food and beverage vendors.
GETTING THERE IS SIMPLE!
Raymond Park is located on W. Custer St, next to Irving Middle School.
Take the Center St/Clark St. exit (#69) into Pocatello.
Head east (downhill) off the off-ramp towards Old Town Pocatello on Clark St
Follow the road as it makes a left onto N 1st Ave
Turn Right onto W Center St
and go underneath the railroad tracks.
Take the 2nd Right onto N Main St
Turn Left onto W Custer St
Turn Right onto N Lincoln Ave
Take the 1st Right onto W Young St
Raymond Park will be on the Right.
While we hope the sun is out and the temperatures are perfect, it is Mid-August.
Our best advice is - Be Prepared - because the show will go on. Check out your favorite weather website for current weather information.
Portable restrooms (with ADA accessibility) will be placed on the grounds
There are no drinking fountains at the park. Water will be available for sale - or bring your own.
It is against the law to bring alcoholic beverages into the park. Beer and wine will be available for sale. All proceeds from these sales will benefit the Portneuf Greenway.
There are several large shade trees in the park, as well as several tents
where you can seek sun relief. However, much of the park is open, so if you are concerned about too much sun, prepare accordingly.