In Idaho you can do a wide range of activities, whether it be wandering around a small town, exploring a national park, or skiing down a mountain. Although Idaho has a few larger cities, such as Boise and Idaho Falls, it also has that quintessential small town charm.
Go snowmobiling through the McCall Area, which has 544 miles of trails. Explore Minnetonka Cave, which is a limestone cave in St. Charles, Idaho. The cave contains nine rooms and guided tours are offered in the summer. Make sure to also check out Shoshone Falls, which is in Twin Falls, Idaho. The falls are 212 feet and are also a great place to go hiking, swimming, and picnicking. After exploring the outdoors, relax in the Burgdorf Hot Springs or the Lava Hot Springs.
The largest city in Idaho is Boise, which is also the state capital. See a football game at Bronco Stadium, learn about the science of music at the Discovery Center of Idaho, and go fishing in Lucky Peak State Park. Another popular city in Idaho is Idaho Falls. In Idaho Falls you can explore Grand Teton National Park, the Museum of Idaho, and the Eagle Rock Art Museum. If you’re visiting Idaho Falls in the summer, make sure to go to the annual Beer Fest and the Fourth of July Melaleuca Freedom Celebration.
Sandpoint, Idaho is centered around Lake Pend Oreille and is between three beautiful mountain ranges. In Sandpoint you can ride the coasters at Silverwood Theme Park, which is the biggest theme park in the Northwest. You can also go cross-country skiing in Farragut State Park, biking down the Gold Hill Trail, and then relax at MickDuff’s Brewing Company after. Another small town is Hailey. In Hailey, Idaho you can learn more about Idaho’s past at the Blaine County Historical Museum, see a show at the Performing Arts Center, and if you’re visiting in March you can attend the Sun Valley Film Festival.
At Priest Lake you can go boating, camping, and snowmobiling. See scenic views of the lake and mountains by hiking on trails such as the Lookout Mountain Trail and the Hunt Lake Trail. Head over to Redfish Lake if you’re interested in going kayaking, whitewater rafting, or canoeing.
Part of Yellowstone National Park is in Idaho. Idaho is also home to the Craters of the Moon and the City of Rocks. You can go cross-country skiing and snowshoeing through the Craters of the Moon in the winter months. Explore the City of Rocks by going climbing, hiking 22 miles of trails, horseback riding, and camping.
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The average price of a nightly rental in Idaho is $318 while the average price of a weekly rental is $3254. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Idaho home is $11881.
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