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At the Appaloosa Museum, visitors learn about the history of the Appaloosa horse, which is as unique and colourful as its coat pattern. Exhibits explore the evolution of the breed, its..
Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area has been the Treasure Valley's winter playground for 66 years. Located 26 km (16 miles) north of Boise, Mother Nature blankets the slopes of Bogus..
Mountains and museums. Restaurants and rivers. Festivals and fresh air. Many find Boise to be a surprising blend of urban and outdoors -- big enough to have all the comforts of a big city..
Located eight miles north of McCall, ID, and just two hours north of Boise, Brundage Mountain Resort features 1500 acres of wide, elegantly-groomed runs, abundant powder glades, and is well..
The tallest sand dune rises 143m (470 feet) above small lakes in the high desert south of Mountain Home. The state park includes desert, dune, prairie, lake and marsh habitat with..
Chesterfield is a Mormon pioneer town founded in 1880 along the Old Oregon Trail in southeast Idaho. A visit to Chesterfield is a unique trip back in time and a chance to experience the..
On his way to California in 1849, emigrant James F. Wilkens described the dramatic geological area he encountered as "City of Rocks." The name remains, as well as hundreds of pioneer..
What is Coeur d'Alene?
Today, Coeur d'Alene remains the center of business and recreational activity in the Inland Northwest complete with festivals, fairs, concerts, unique bistros, and..
The oldest standing building in all of Idaho is found here, in the Coeur d’Alene’s Old Mission State Park. The Mission of the Sacred Heart or Sacred Heart Mission was constructed..
Described as a "weird and scenic landscape", Craters of the Moon certainly lives up to its reputation. It was established in 1924 to preserve the unique volcanic features of this enormous..
Home to the world's two biggest beagles: Toby, 3.6m (I12-feet) tall and Sweet Willy, 9m (30-feet) tall. See dog and other whimsical sculptures of animals such as bears, moose, and fish by..
On December 20, 1951, EBR-1 (Experimental Breeder Reactor 1) became the first power plant to produce useful electricity through atomic energy. EBR-1 operated from 1951 until 1964. In 1966..
Did you know that the horse evolved in North America? The Hagerman Horse, Equus Simplicidens, Idaho’s state fossil, was the first true horse. It was about the size of a modern Arabian..
Hells Canyon is the deepest river gorge in North America and offers more than 112 km (70 miles) of rugged river country. In 1975, Congress established the Hells Canyon National Recreation..
The Historical Museum at St. Gertrude is located on the grounds of the Monastery of St. Gertrude in Cottonwood. Established in 1931, the museum houses a unique collection of over 70,000..
Situated along the Snake River at the western edge of the world famous Rocky Mountains, Idaho Falls has all the features of big city living, but still embraces a small town charm. Our..
Within the boundaries of downtown Idaho Falls are a collection of cultural facilities including the Willard Arts Centre/Colonial Theatre, the Museum of Idaho, the Eagle Rock Art Museum..
The Idaho Military History Museum assists the Adjutant General in fulfilling his responsibility to preserve all military records, banners, and relics of the state as an enduring memorial..
Located in the heart of downtown Boise and constructed in the classical style of our nation's Capitol, this majestic structure was begun in 1905 and completed in 1912. East and west wings..
Many ride ski lifts but few know that the chair lift was first used at Sun Valley Resort. The Ketchum / Sun Valley Heritage and Ski Museum is dedicated to preserving the natural heritage of..
Formed by glaciers and encircled by mountain peaks and deep green forests, Lake Pend Oreille is Idaho's largest lake and, indeed, one of the largest inland lakes in North America. A..
The Land of the Yankee Fork State Park brings to life Idaho’s frontier mining history. This State Park is part of the larger Land of the Yankee Fork Historic Area located in scenic..
Lava Hot Springs, Idaho is a picturesque year-round resort community located between Salt Lake City and Yellowstone National Park. Just 11 miles east of I-15, we are a favorite stop along..
For centuries, many Indian tribes gathered at these natural hot water springs, calling them the healing waters. Geologists theorise that the water has been a consistent 110 degrees for at..
The Malad River Canyon is 76m (250 feet) deep and 4 km (2.5 miles) long. At Malad Gorge State Park, located right off Interstate 84, you can view the canyon and walk along the rim. The..
Not far off Highway 47 beyond Ashton in the Targhee National Forest, on the Mesa Falls Scenic Byway, you can hear the thunder of both Lower and Upper Mesa Falls. Two spectacular waterfalls..
Pocatello was named after a Chief of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes who donated land the city now occupies to the Railroad. Pronouncing the name is easier than you think; try poke-uh-tello...
Pomerelle Resort welcomes guests with great snow, affordable rates, smiles and service. Located just 25 miles off I-84 (Declo/Albion exit #216) then via Idaho 77, Pomerelle is a relaxed..
"You will arrive a visitor, but will be welcomed, treated, and treasured as friend.”
Priest Lake is an ideal year-round family and adventure vacation destination as well as an..
Priest Lake State Park lies just 48 km (30 miles) from the Canadian Border, nestled deep below the crest of the Selkirk Mountains. Surrounded by the natural beauty of Northern Idaho and..
The Route of the Hiawatha trail is the crown jewel of all rail-to-trail projects in the country. Over 24 km (15 miles) of railroad track has been converted into a beautiful biking and..
This museum celebrates the contributions of Sacajawea, a Lemhi-Shoshone woman who served as an interpreter for Lewis and Clark across the Bitterroot Mountains. The museum chronicles her..
Cradled in the Lemhi River Valley between the Salmon River and the Beaverhead Mountains, the Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural and Educational Center lies in the heart of Sacajawea's..
Ride the rapids at Riggins, the Whitewater Capital. The Salmon drops out of the forest near Riggins into a narrow basalt gorge that squeezes the river runner for miles. Then, the landscape..
Sandpoint, in the northern tip of Idaho, is no ordinary vacation destination. Located on magnificent 43-mile-long Lake Pend Oreille, surrounded by the Selkirk and Cabinet mountains, and..
With a dazzling view of Lake Pend Oreille, Schweitzer Mountain Resort lies high in the Selkirk Range of the Northwest Rocky Mountains, where abundant snowfall buries the slopes in more than..
The Selway is Idaho's most private Wild and Scenic river. Whitewater, wilderness and solitude are the Selway's chief attractions. Only one launch is allowed each day in order to protect the..
Shoshone Falls is among the most spectacular of natural beauties along the Snake River. At 212 feet, the falls are higher than Niagara Falls. They are best viewed during the spring and..
This natural wonder is actually a lava tube that is 1,000 feet long, with an ice depth ranging between 8 and 30 feet in height. Take a tour and explore the trails but be sure to dress..
Silver Mountain Resort in Kellogg, Idaho receives over 760cm (300”) of famously light snow and offers a big-mountain experience on 670 vertical metres (2,200 vertical feet) of exciting..
Silverwood Theme Park is the largest of its kind in the Northwest. Built in 1988 with a Victorian mining town theme, the park now covers 200 acres with more than 65 rides and attractions...
Discovered in 1948 by two hunters, the Spencer Opal Mine is an open-pit mine and the only place in North America where opals are plentiful enough to mine commercially. Opals range from..
The St. Anthony Sand Dunes consists of more than 11,000 acres of clear, shifting, white quartz sand dunes up to 123m (400 feet) high that move about 2.5m (8 feet) each year. They are unique..
Stanley, Idaho is a true Rocky Mountain town located in the pristine wilderness of central Idaho. Gateway to the Sawtooth Mountains, Frank Church Wilderness, and the famous Salmon River of..
It's easy to imagine the reaction of the skiers who first gazed out onto the awe-inspiring Sawtooth Range. Sun Valley is a downhill paradise with more than 1,030 vertical metres (3400..
Tautphaus Park Zoo maintains the most diverse animal collection of the three zoos in Idaho. The zoo is home to over 400 animals from six continents, representing 100 different species. The..
The Museum displays many one-of-a-kind artefacts from the community's first 125 years (settled in 1883). From the first settlers who pioneered life in a forbidding environment to those who..
Three Island Crossing State Park is located on the Snake River at Glenns Ferry. It is home to The Oregon Trail History and Education Center where visitors can learn about pioneer emigrants..
Triple Play Family Fun Park and Hayden Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites,the closest hotel to Silverwood Theme Park offer endless fun for the entire family. Ride the waves in our indoor..
Centrally located in South Central Idaho, Twin Falls is the perfect home-base for your travels around the region, and we’re here to help you plan a fun-filled multi-day trip.
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