6780 Willis Road, Star, Idaho 83669


 High Desert Station Inc, is a Treasure Valley community Event Center for your community activities and future events, scheduling for next year now.  Contact us at:             
                             [email protected]       or       Call:  (208) 484-9596

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High Desert Station Inc.

eHigh Desert Station Inc. is a  event center located just out of Star Idaho on top of the ridge overlooking the Treasure Valley with easy access from Hwy 44. 

This facility was  constructed with steel making sound bones and has excellent parking  to facilitate multiple activities with the Event Venue for Weddings, Anniversaries, Fund Raiser, Equestrian Events, Trade Shows, Swap Meets, Garden Shows, Agricultural Shows, Gun Shows, Arhery Competitions, Club Meetings , Holiday Parties, Bazaars, Dog Shows, and Youth Group activities.  RV parking, and built to facilitate cattle activities with steel alleyways.​
This facility is versatale and can me scaled down in some areas to facilitate a smaller event space for different group needs.  Contact us for pricing information and to check availablity for your next community event. We look forward to working with you.
Event Hours
The hours for the indoor facilities on paid Event days for indoor facilities are between 6 am and 12 Midnight.
The hours for the outdoor facilities on paid Event days for outdoor facilities are between 7 am and 11 pm.
Rules for Indoor Riding Arena

1. Don't mount on the track. Lead your horse to the center of the arena then mount your horse.
2. Riders moving at the faster gait have priority on the track. If you are walking or riding slower, move to the inside.
3. Communicate with other riders.
4. Don't use loud verbal cues. Loud cueing is considered rude. Learn to communicate with your horse in more subtle ways.
5. DOGS-Must be leashed or contained, no dogs permitted in event cebter or main arena.  Problem Dogs will be handled on individual basis. Clean up after your Dog.
6. IF SOMEONE FALLS OFF- Stop. If another rider takes a tumble, Stop your horse. If the rider is injured call for help.
7. PRACTICE SAFE DISTANCES. The general rule is to keep at least a horse length distance between horses. If your horse is a kicker, it is recommended that you tie a red ribbon on the horse's tail.
8. No talking on cell phones while riding. If you absolutely must, move to the center of the ring, stop your horse, You are in a public place.
9. Keep gates closed while riding in an arena.
10. DO NOT tie your Horse to the Rail. Tie them at your trailer.
12. Stay alert and practice courtesy.