If you are traveling with kids, don't miss Roaring Springs Waterpark and Silver Mountain Resort.
Art lovers can immerse themselves in the world of visual art at the Boise Art Museum, and garden enthusiasts can head to the Idaho Botanical Garden.
One of the popular activities is watching bald eagles feeding on the kokanee in the Wolf Lodge Bay.
Address: 27843 North Highway 95, Athol, Idaho 83801, Phone: 208-683-3400 The Route of the Hiawatha is considered the 'crown jewel' of mountain bike adventures, with views that are among the most beautiful in the country.
Part of the iconic Yellowstone National Park is in Idaho and it is just the beginning of many things to do in this beautiful state.
For outdoor enthusiasts, there is fantastic skiing on Schweitzer Mountain, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, and fishing on the Big Wood River.
Address: Route of the Hiawatha, I-90, Mullan, Idaho 83846, Phone: 208-744-1301 More Idaho ideas: mountains, wedding venues, lakes, hot springs Yellowstone Bear World is a commercial private wildlife park in Rexburg, Idaho, near Yellowstone National Park.
Established in 1998, it is the only wildlife reserve in the area that is drive-through.