I love coming “home” to my Habitat Condo because I know it will be clean and well prepared for my visit. The kitchen is stocked with high-quality utensils, cooking equipment, and everything is working to make my stay easy.
IMPORTANT UPDATE! – Thursday Oct. 15, 2020 – Blaine County is in HIGH ALERT for COVID. We will make every effort to communicate any changes in operability of Habitat as soon as the county announces changes for those with reservations. Increased vigilance to wearing masks and social distancing is required and enforced. CLICK HERE for the Blaine County COVID Dashboard.
To keep our guests and staff safe Habitat has increased their protective measures with Contactless Check-in. The physical office will remain closed until the County changes their COVID restrictions. Your check-in envelope with your keys will be sanitized and available to you inside the door to the left of the office door, look for a white envelope with your name on it. A package of soap and consumable items will be found in your condo and those items have been sanitized and quarantined for you. Please use what you need and leave the bag in the condo for us to refill, sanitize, and quarantine for another guest. If you need anything further from our office (additional towels, linens, etc.), please feel very welcome to contact our Manager, Tamara, and she will be happy to provide what is needed immediately. Sorry for any inconvenience and thank you for your continued support.
Habitat is open for guests! However, please note that the City of Ketchum and Blaine County are requiring some additional and different procedures than in other parts of Idaho or in other states. For example, wearing a face mask is required at all times in public areas, even while outdoors, as is social distancing. Therefore, not all services, events or activities are open and some are operating under unique guidelines or restrictions. Click on the link to the Visit Sun Valley Website for the latest announcements and information as to what is open, what is planned, and current COVID-19 information: Visit Sun Valley.
10/12/20 Note From the Board: We are aware many owners have received a letter from our past manager, Richard Olsen in September. We apologize for his unauthorized use of our mailing list he kept at the time of his retirement. The Board has prepared a reply to his accusations that was mailed on October 9th. If you did not receive this mailing, please contact us immediately and we will make sure you receive your copy. The mailing includes your official announcement of the Annual Meeting, a proxy form, a newsletter, and our reply to Richard’s accusations. Copies of all of these documents and instructions to how to attend our Annual Meeting on Zoom, are found in our owner’s portal.
The date of the postponed Annual Meeting is now set for Saturday, the 14th of November, at 1:00 pm, MST. The meeting will be held via Zoom, providing access by computer or phone, as Blaine County is not allowing meeting with more than 10 people as yet. Thank you for your patience and continued support and please feel welcome to contact us (see info below) for further information.
CHANGES AT HABITAT FOR COVID-19:
Habitat is following the protocols written by the Blaine County lodging association and approved by the city of Ketchum and the health department. We are following these guidelines carefully to make your stay at Habitat as safe as we can. Please note that the following items have been removed from all units (and will be provided at check in or are available if needed from the office):
- Extra towels, sheets, blankets, pillows, tissues, and bar soap.
- Dish soap
- Hand soaps
- Dishwasher pods
- All magazines, comment cards, pens, playing cards, and instruction books
- The only thing you will find in the hall closets are spa towels.
- Removable rugs
- Inflatable mattresses
Please contact Habitat management if you have any questions or concerns regarding your stay with us: Tamara, General Manager of Habitat.
Also, you are welcome to contact our Board of Directors at: Habitat Board – Contact and Support.
You’ve just found Sun Valley’s best-kept secret
HABITAT ON TRAIL CREEK is an affordable timeshare condominium complex located three blocks from downtown Ketchum, Idaho, and its friendly small-town atmosphere. The River Run Lodge and new gondola are just a mile away. In the other direction are the outstanding facilities at the Wood River Community YMCA where Habitat guests enjoy a free family pass to its many activities. Habitat offers spacious two and three bedroom condominiums featuring two full bathrooms and a fully equipped kitchen. HD cable TVs and free WiFi.
Private laundry facilities, a heated single-car garage, hot tubs with a scenic overlook of Trail Creek, and a barbecue entertainment area all add to the enjoyment of a stay at Habitat.
It feels like home every time we enter the unit each year and walk in. We always feel we have the best bargain in the valley.
What we enjoy most is the location. The entire town of Ketchum, both shopping and dining, is an easy stroll without traffic; garage your car and enjoy!
I love how they keep everything clean, from the units, to the hot tubs, to the parking lot. We enjoy the close proximity of great trails and local entertainment.
I have been an owner for over 27 years and have always enjoyed my stay at Habitat. The management company continually upgrades the units, furniture, kitchens, linens and property.
We love the heated garages and having our own washer and dryer. When we stay at Habitat we feel like we’re at home.
I like the fact that the kitchen and the living room are open to each other. The membership to the YMCA is a real bonus.
Location, location, location! And the Sun Valley transportation system is fabulous for skiers and golfers—no real need for a car!
All generations loved the week! From young to old, four generations of our family relaxed, played, shopped, and enjoyed great food in our favorite place to be, Habitat on Trail Creek!!
We LOVE our time in Ketchum, and working with the staff at Habitat. Our family has been coming to Habitat for almost 45 years. I spent my childhood roaming the streets and bike paths from Bellevue to Sun Valley.