The Shoshone-Bannock Wellness Board developed a plan for a new wellness center and sports complex to be built on the Fort Hall Reservation. The facility will provide a central location for the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes’ indoor and outdoor recreation programs and health/wellness promotion and education.
Phase one consist of construction of the core building and immediate site amenities. Such as the parking areas and outside pool. The remainder could be expanded as time and money allowed.
Introducing the north and south wings which would finish the building structure. Phase 2 would also include classrooms and conference rooms on the north wing and a natatorium and outdoor pool on the south.
The plan for the wellness center is situated on approximately 40 acres located on the Fort Hall Reservation in Idaho. The site includes expansive parking, indoor and outdoor pools, a park, tennis courts, basketball courts and three baseball fields.
Phase one consists construction of the core building and immediate site amenities. Such as the parking areas and outside pool. The remainder could be expanded as time and money allowed.
Details throughout the site and building incorporate the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes culture and art.
Multitude of Amenities
The Shoshone-Bannock Sports & Wellness Complex brings the latest in indoor and outdoor activities, becoming a centralized community gathering space. The outside pool and sports fields allow for Summer activities, while the indoor pool and courts provide visitors with a year round facility.
FFKR’s Landscaping and Planning Studio strives with every project to advance the conversation of environmental responsibly, green infrastructure, and sustainably consciousness as it applies to every locale. With the Shoshone-Bannock Sports & Wellness Complex the betterment of the community and goals of the tribe were of upmost importance.