Many states, especially on the more mountainous west coast have diverse landscapes, Idaho included. This may seem ridiculous to Idahoans, especially in the southern part of the state but here are what tourists were surprised about...
You most likely have heard of Shoshone Falls, nicknamed "Niagara of the West" in Southern Idaho. Shoshone is magnificent and should definitely be on your list of falls to visit at some point but there are other incredible waterfalls in Idaho that deserve attention as well.
This special Idaho place was founded in 1914 and since its opening has been a hot spot for Idahoan staycationers and far away travelers. After over a century of inviting guests and providing great customer service this gorgeous place is still going strong.
The Treasure Valley and Boise area is such a fantastic place to explore. Interestingly enough sometimes when you grow up somewhere you don't visit the classic 'visit' spots. How many of these have you been to?
When you think of Glaciers, Alaska definitely comes to mind. Did you know that Idaho has a glacier? Well, the gem state does have a glacier, just one. Relative to most glaciers it is fairly small chilling at about 30 acres.
For decades Boise Idaho housed some of the most violent, vicious, and downright scary criminals in the country. Horrific humans came from all over the world to serve their time at the Old Penitentiary. So who is Idaho's worst?
Two-way mirrors, secret rooms behind bookshelves, romance, history and a visit to remember. This is one of those fun places where they have different themed rooms. There are a lot of fun photos on social media from people who have stayed.