Idaho

Idaho Travel Guide

Articles about Idaho

By Erika Owen
You don’t need to burn any miles to get in a solid summer vacation—or at least a killer Summer Fridays Personal finance website WalletHub has shared its yearly list of best (and worst) spots to spend those personal days. WalletHub defines a sta...
By Rex Gerlach
Until a couple of decades ago, fly-fishing meant trying to hook trout. Then the definition of the sport began to expand, and today's fly fisherman is equally intent on landing bonefish in the Bahamas, tarpon in the Florida Keys, Atlantic salmon in...
By David Gould
Pursuing a life as close to nature as possible would have been madness to the seventeenth-century English philosopher Thomas Hobbes, who sensed “continual fear and danger” in such an existence. Hobbes felt certain it would be “poor, nasty, brutish...
By Lauren Kay
Pursuing a life as close to nature as possible would have been madness to the seventeenth-century English philosopher Thomas Hobbes, who sensed “continual fear and danger” in such an existence. Hobbes felt certain it would be “poor, nasty, brutish...
By Alice Bruneau and Caroline Hallemann

Nature’s swimming pools are key to beating the summer heat. Fortunately, you’ll find them everywhere, from New York to California.

Hotels in Idaho

Situated just feet from the river, South Fork Lodge is a favorite among the fly-fishing set, offering a range of accommodation options, including 18 suites, three low-key fisherman’s cabins, and an elegant four-bedroom river house.

Restaurants in Idaho

Slurp down one of the famous handpicked huckleberry milkshakes at this Victor, ID, soda shop, a local favorite for more than 50 years.

Things to do in Idaho

Meet bottle-fed bear cubs at this drive-through wildlife park, petting zoo, and preserve in Rexburg, where visitors can get up close and personal with American bison, mule deer, and moose on curated tours of the park’s 120 acres.