The home of the Jack O'Connor® Hunting Heritage & Education Center sits high on a grassy hilltop in Idaho's Hells Gate State Park, overlooking the banks of the Snake River, not far from the entrance to Hells Canyon, and just a short distance from the home where Jack O'Connor® lived in Lewiston, Idaho.
Hundreds of thousands of visitors pass through the Lewis-Clark Valley each year, many on their way to explore Hells Canyon or to enjoy the outdoor recreation the region offers. The Jack O'Connor® Center is ideally situated above the banks of the Snake River and tells the story of the famous outdoor writer Jack O'Connor® , along with displays of his extensive collection of hunting trophies.
The Idaho Department of Parks & Recreation and the non-profit Jack O'Connor® Hunting Heritage & Education Corporation have entered into a partnership to bring this unique visitor center to Idaho.
The Jack O'Connor® Hunting Heritage & Education Center:
Sunday 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM