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Accommodation in Idaho Falls cost from $57 per night.
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About Idaho Falls
As the largest city in Eastern Idaho, Idaho Falls is a great vacation destination. From hosting PGA events to having a museum with authentic Lewis and Clark artifacts, Idaho Falls has something for everyone.
Things to Do in Idaho Falls
For cultural attractions, check out the Carr Gallery in the Willard Arts Center or the Eagle Rock Art Museum, which features art from local artists. To learn more about Idaho’s history, visit the Museum of Idaho. The museum features unique exhibits such as a Lewis and Clark collection and a replicated 1882 schoolhouse. Make sure to also visit the Idaho Falls Zoo at Tautphaus Park, where you can see lemurs, wallabies, macaws, and more. You can also go ice skating, watch a hockey tournament, or see a figure skating competition at the Joe Marmo / Wayne Lehto Ice Arena. If you love golf, go play a round at one of Idaho Falls’ three Championship golf courses. Idaho Falls is home to several PGA Professional events every year so make sure to check if any are going on while you’re in town! For dinner, eat outside with a view at Sandpiper or checkout a microbrewery such as Snow Eagle Brewing & Grill.
Day Trips Near Idaho Falls
While in Idaho Falls, make sure to take some fun day trips! Salt Lake City, Utah is a three-hour drive from Idaho Falls. If you’re short on time, go on a guided bike tour of the downtown area. You can also explore past Olympic venues, visit the Cathedral of the Madeleine, wander through the Gilgal Sculpture Garden, or see grizzly bears at Utah’s Hogle Zoo. If you’re looking to explore nature, another fun day trip is to Yellowstone National Park, which is roughly a three and a half hour drive.
Idaho Falls Accommodation
There are variety of different types of places you can rent while staying in Idaho Falls. You can rent a cozy home in the historic downtown area, a condo with a Jacuzzi, or a spacious home near the Tauphus Park and Zoo and the Grand Teton Mall. If you prefer staying in a hotel, there are several to choose from, including Super 8, Best Western, Fairfield Inn & Suites, and Hampton Inn. Wherever you choose to stay, Tripping can help you compare all of the rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews, and more. Book your Idaho Falls vacation rental today!
Transportation in Idaho Falls
You can utilize the Targhee Regional Public Transportation Authority, or TRPTA, while in Idaho Falls. There is a four-route system within Idaho Falls. However, TRPTA also services the Rexburg and Driggs areas if you are looking to travel a little outside of Idaho Falls. The fare is $1.75 for the general public. For students, disabled citizens, and seniors, a picture ID is required and the fair is reduced to $0.75. If you are planning to use public transportation often while on your trip, you may want to consider purchasing a 10-Ride Punch Card from a TRPTA driver.
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