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Things to do in Idaho

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The top 49 attractions in Idaho

Temples in Idaho Falls
Idaho Falls Temple
The Idaho Falls Temple is one of the most famous LDS (Mormon) churches in the western United States and its evocative spire topped
Waterparks in Lava Hot Springs
Lava Hot Springs
Lava Hot Springs is an amazing spa center and outdoor waterpark heated by geothermal mineral springs in the area. The pools range
Museums in Idaho Falls
Museum of Idaho
The Museum of Idaho in Idaho Falls is one of the most interesting museums around. it is undeniably a small-town museum with a mode
Lakes in Sandpoint
Lake Pend Orielle
Lake Pend Orielle is a large, pristine mountain like in northern Idaho. The best part about Lake Pend Orielle is the sheer wildnes
Caves in Shoshone
Shoshone Indian Ice Caves
The Shoshone Indian Ice Caves are a truly unique natural phenomenon in Shoshone, Idaho that you absolutely can't miss if you're in
Nature Reserves in Island Park
Harriman State Park
Harriman State Park is one of the most spectacular and overlooked state parks in Idaho. It's located along the famous Henry's Fork
Lakes in Stanley
Redfish Lake
Lake Redfish is a massive and clean mountain lake in Idaho's Challis National Forest and a great place to spend a summer weekend.
Nature Reserves in Castleford
Balanced Rock Park
Balanced Rock is a unique natural phenomenon in southern Idaho and the surrounding park is one of the most fun and well set-up pla
Nature Reserves in Stibnite
Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area
The curiously-named Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness is one of the largest and most amazing wilderness areas in the cont
Lakes in Saint Charles
Bear Lake
Bear Lake is a large and spectacularly-blue lake located on the Idaho-Utah border. It enjoys the nickname "Caribbean of the Rockie
Nature Reserves in Hagerman
Museums in Boise
Boise Art Museum
The Boise Museum of Art (or BAM, as it's called locally) is a small but pleasant museum located near Julia Davis park in downtown
Festivals in Coeur d'Alene