With a wide diversity of natural scenery for visitors to choose from and over six hundred campgrounds, the state of Idaho is home to some of the country’s best RV parks. Activities throughout the state abound in both the summer and winter months, with scenic wonderlands, hiking trails, rivers, lakes, and mountains just waiting to be explored. Many travelers who have explored Idaho by RV believe it is among the best ways to see everything the state has to offer. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.


1.Boise Riverside RV Park

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Nestled in the Treasure Valley near Garden City, Idaho, on the banks of Boise River, Boise Riverside RV offers a full range of facilities for a fun vacation for the whole family, as well as facilities for any size social group gatherings. The whole team is working on making the guests’ stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. Besides wonderful, lush nature on the banks of the river and spectacular views, the park offers restroom and laundry facilities, hot showers, wifi, sewer water, electricity, river and access with large commons areas, propane on site and more. The park is pet-friendly.

6000 N Glenwood St, Garden City, ID 83714, Phone: 208-375-7432

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2.Blackwell Island RV Park

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Blackwell Island RV Park in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, is located right on the beach. You and your family can go for a swim, sit on the beach and watch the sunset or throw a line in and catch a bass for dinner. Any size rigs are accepted, the typical pad in the park is 60 feet long and 40 feet wide. The park sits on 500 feet of sandy beach. It has 182 sites and more 140 pull-through sites, 20/30/50 Amp Hookups, sewer, city water, cable TV, wireless internet, laundry, showers, mini-store, propane, rally room and a boat launch and moorage. Guests can rent 18' and 24' pontoons, canoes and water bikes. Cedars Floating Restaurant is within walking distance and everything else is minutes away- downtown, golfing, shopping, dining, cruises, hiking, biking and live theatre concerts.

800 S Marina Dr, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814, Phone: 208-665-1300

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3.Blue Anchor RV Park & Campground

Blue Anchor RV Park & Campground
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Blue Anchor RV Park and Campground is located just off Interstate 90 in Osburn, Idaho, between Kellogg and Wallace and halfway between Yellowstone National Park and Seattle. Due to its convenient location, Blue Anchor RV Park is a great base camp for your adventures in the area, whether you are heading to the Yellowstone National Park or just plan on having a quiet weekend under the stars with a bit of hiking. The park offers beautiful mountain views and a range of on-site amenities such as free wifi and cable TV, laundry and shower facilities, large pull thru sites, full hookups, 30/50 amp electrical service, tent sites and private cabins. Pets are welcome.

300 W Mullan Ave, Osburn, ID 83849, Phone: 208-752-3443

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4.Cowboy RV & Mobile Home Park

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Cowboy RV Park, Cowboy Mobile Home Park, and Belaire Estates Mobile Home Park in Pocatello, Idaho is a quiet full service park with 41 daily sites and 43 long term spaces. Each pad is 120-foot long and can fit two RVs. The park has professional onsite management team, club house, laundry room and spacious restrooms. Most sites are shady and have patios and tables. 30 Amp and 50 Amp electricity is available. There are 41 sites with wifi connection. There is a kids’ playground within the park and several nature trails. Nearby are hiking and mountain biking trails, rock climbing site, archery range and more.

845 Barton Rd, Pocatello, ID 83204, Phone: 208-232-4587

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5.Creekside RV Park and Campground

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Creekside RV Park and Campground is located on the two creeks: Meadow Creek and Goose Creek, which provide lush environment, splashing opportunity and great fishing area. There is also a fish pond on site. The park is located only about eight miles from New Meadows and McCall. The park has 27 full RV hookups and 10 electric/water hookups. There is plenty of open area to move around. The Creekside RV Resort offers a range of modern conveniences: guest bathrooms and showers, laundry facilities, covered BBQ Area, full hookup sites, dump station and electric and water sites.

3278 ID-55, New Meadows, ID 83654, Phone: 208-315-3080

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6.Harpster RV Park & Store

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The Harpster Store and RV Park is located in a serene area between Highway 13 and picturesque South Fork Clearwater River. The park has 25 RV spaces and many are enjoying the view of the river. All sites have 50 amp & 30 amp RV hookups, back in and pull through spaces, tent sites and Yurt rentals, free WIFI, showers and a laundry facility with with three washers and three dryers. There is a romantic pavilion with water and electricity that can be rented for weddings, private social gatherings or family barbecues. The park has an onsite bar and grill where guests can grab a sandwich and a cold drink.

2895 ID-13, Harpster, ID 83552, Phone: 208-983-2312

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7.Heyburn Riverside RV Park

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Heyburn Riverside R.V. Park is located on the Snake River in Heyburn, Idaho, on the slopes of Sawtooth Mountain. Scenic mountain and river views are combined with a range of facilities to make the park a great starting point for exploring the area. The park has clean restrooms and showers, boat slips on the river bank, a hiking trail along the river and very informative Chamber of Commerce visitor center. The park is a popular destination for fishermen – Snake River is famous for excellent bass fishing. Camp is open from May through August. There is plenty to do around the park besides fishing. Walcott State park is famous for its wildlife and beautiful lake. The City of Rocks in Almo, Idaho is only an hour drive away.

1175 7th St, Heyburn, ID 83336, Phone: 208-431-2977

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8.Meadows RV Park

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With spectacular views and fresh mountain air, the Meadows RV Park is Wood River Valley's major RV destination. Located at the entrance to the Ketchum/Sun Valley part of Idaho, along the bike trail that follows the Wood River, the Meadows RV Park is the perfect base for exploring the Sawtooth Mountain's popular area. The park has 60 pull-through RV spaces with 30/50 amp and 43 sites with full electrical hookup at each site. Restrooms and showers are spacious and well-maintained. The wifi is free and there is a coin-operated laundry facility next door. There is a nice kids’ playground and the whole park is beautifully landscaped. Guests can choose between shaded and sunny spots.

13 Broadway Run, Ketchum, ID 83340, Phone: 208-726-5445

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9.Mountain Home RV Park

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Mountain Home RV Park in Mountain Home, Idaho, is a modern desert oasis for the RV travellers. The park is located minutes from exit 95 in Mountain Home, right next to the shopping area. Each of 179 sites has large concrete patio and full hook-up. The park is equipped with individual showers, laundry and exercise room, playground and basketball court. The streets in the park are all paved and the park is nicely landscaped. There is free Wi-Fi and cable. The park has an off-leash Pet Park, seasonal pool, spa, sewer and water hookup, table at each site, propane for sale on site and 30 / 50 Amp service at all sites.

2295 American Legion Blvd, Mountain Home, ID 83647, Phone: 208-580-1211

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10.Pines RV Park

Pines RV Park
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Pines RV Park and campground in Harvard, Idaho, has sixteen full hook-up 30 amp sites, three of which are 30/50 amps. There are also seven 20/30 amp water/electric sites. The park also offers tent camping, one RV rental that sleeps up to six adults, free Wifi, clean restrooms and showers. There is a pavilion with BBQs, great for partying or hanging out, as well as an event building for Pines Wedding & Event Venue. It can be rented for parties, special occasions, class reunions and meetings. The park can provide wedding props, decorations and a four- tap kegerator. There is a kids’ play area and a range of facilities for games: horse shoe pits, volleyball, badminton, pasture golf, ping pong and croquet.

4510 ID-6, Harvard, ID 83834, Phone: 208-875-8900

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11.Redrock RV Park

Redrock RV Park
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RedRock RV Park and Campground is located in Island Park, Indiana, only 22 minute drive to the west entrance of Yellowstone Nat'l Park, off the main highway, secluded and quiet, with no city noise. It is a perfect starting point for exploring the Yellowstone and Red Rock Parks. The park offers full RV hookups, strong electrical power, clean facilities, a friendly professional staff and spectacular scenery. It is only a mile from Henry Lake's boat launch and trophy trout fishing on Madison River is not far away. Henry Lake is a heaven for bird-watching, with so many eagles, swans, ducks, and pelicans living around its calm waters.

3707 Red Rock Rd, Island Park, ID 83429, Phone: 800-473-3762

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12.Shoshone RV Park

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Located in Shoshone, Idaho, between Twin Falls and Bellevue, Idaho, Shoshone RV Park is the gateway to Sun Valley area or Twin Falls area. It has 41 full service RV hookup sites, and a grassy area for tents. There is an onsite laundromat, showers, restrooms and free wifi. Most spots are pull through, easy to park and can fit RVs up to 70 feet. Right next to the RV park is a convenience store and gas station. The City of Shoshone is small and charming and has restaurants, bowling alley, bar, dollar store, a hardware store, a swimming pool and several parks.

22 ID-24, Shoshone, ID 83352, Phone: 208-420-7015

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13.Snake River RV Park

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Open year around, Snake River RV Park is a full service park in Idaho Falls, Idaho, offering big rig sites up to 85 feet long, 50 and 30 amp electricity, propane on site, hot showers, free wifi, fire pits, laundry facilities, two pet areas, grassy tent camping areas, a grocery store with ice and camping cabins for rent. The swimming pool is open from May to September and the hot tub is open year around. There is a nice kids’ playground and a gift shop. Visitors can take a stroll or ride a bike along the five- mile long Greenbelt following the famous Snake River. If you are an angler, cast a line for great trout fishing. Not far from the park there are facilities for ATV riding, golf, hunting and boating.

1440 Lindsay Blvd, Idaho Falls, ID 83402, Phone: 208-523-3362

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14.Stanley RV and Camp

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Stanley RV and Camp, formerly Elk Mountain RV, is located about five miles west of downtown Stanley, Idaho, along Highway 21. The campground offers 29 full hook-up RV sites, cabins for rent and tent sites and spectacular views of the surrounding mountains. The park provides water, electricity, sewer, picnic tables on all sites and a group fire pit. All sites are on grass and close to bathrooms facilities. There are charming cabins for rent, with a queen size bed, electricity, heater and fire pit. Campground includes: clean restrooms, hot water showers, laundry facility and free wifi. The park is pet-friendly.

12655 ID-21, Stanley, ID 83278, Phone: 208-774-2202

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15.Swiftwater RV Park

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Swiftwater RV Park is a comfortable, safe and pet friendly campground located on the banks of Salmon River, two miles outside of White Bird, Idaho and only 17 miles from the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area. The park is located at an elevation of about 1,400 feet and has more than 300 feet of riverfront facing the Salmon River. It is pet-friendly and can accommodate big rigs, toy haulers, 5th wheels, tents and even vintage trailers. Each campsite has 20/30 or 50 amp service, water, free WiFi, and super-clean restrooms and showers. There is an outdoor gazebo with a stone fire-pit, surrounded by romantic willow trees on the bank of the Salmon River.

3154 Salmon River Ct, White Bird, ID 83554, Phone: 208-839-2700

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16.Travel Stop no216 Village of Trees RV Resort

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Located near the town of Declo, Idaho, Village of the Trees RV Resort is surrounded by incredible attractions: Craters Of The Moon National Monument, stunning Shoshone Falls, the Minidoka Dam, Lake Walcott State Park and much more. Stretched along Snake River, a famous spot for bass fishing and boating, Village of Trees RV park is open year round. Beautiful hiking trails of Pomerelle Mountain become inviting winter skiing paths. The amenities for RV guests include full hook-ups of 20, 30, or 50 amps of electricity, sewer and water, propane on site, cable TV and free wi-fi internet. There are about 200 lovely grassy sites for those that prefer camping in tents. For more comfort, the resort comfortable rental cabin, two cabins with wonderful river views.

274 ID-25, Declo, ID 83323, Phone: 208-654-2133

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17.Twin Falls 93 RV Park

Twin Falls 93 RV Park
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Located about five miles from Twin Falls, near the town of Filer, Idaho, Twin Falls 93 RV Park is open year around and has 43 new large, double-wide pull-through sites that are extra long to accommodate big rigs up to 75 feet. Large grassy areas, beautifully landscaped green areas, newly planted trees and picnic tables at each site create very homey, inviting atmosphere. Free basic Wi-Fi is included in every site. Video surveillance throughout the park ensures safety. There is limited number of long term sites. The park is located near Costco, Walmart, St. Luke’s Hospital, Magic Valley Mall, and local restaurants.

2404 E 3830 N, Filer, ID 83328, Phone: 208-326-5092

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18.Wagonhammer RV Park

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Wagonhammer RV Park & Campground is located on the banks of the beautiful Salmon River near the town of North Fork, Idaho. It can accommodate RV's, campers, and tents and there is even space to accommodate your boat. Guests enjoy free wifi and plenty of nearby activities: fishing on Snake River, kayaking, river rafting, biking, hiking, horseback riding, bird watching and more. The camp is great for family reunions, country weddings, retreats and any other social gathering. Adventurous campers who want to experience true Western wilderness vacation can rent one of the camp’s12 and 14 feet diameter teepees, overlooking the pond and shaded with mature large trees.

1826 US-93, North Fork, ID 83466, Phone: 208-865-2477

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19.Valley View RV Park Campground

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Located 15 Miles West Of Yellowstone National Park, near the town of Island Park, Idaho, Valley View RV Park Campground offers 82 spaces with 30 and 50 amps electrical hookup. There are 57 sites with full hookups. Big rigs are allowed too. Pets are welcome and tent camping is allowed. WiFi is available at overnight sites. The park has clean, spacious restroom and showers, laundry facilities and ATM Machine on site. There is an on-site gas station and convenience store. There are recreational opportunities on site, including horseshoes and game room with pool tables and large screen TV. Not far from the park guests can enjoy ATV Riding, hiking, mountain biking, snow sports, boating, fishing, kayaking, canoeing and all kinds of watersports.

5152 HWY 20, Island Park, Idaho, 83429, Phone: 208-558-7443

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20.Mountain View RV Park and Restaurant

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Mountain View is a friendly RV Park with a restaurant near the town of Arco, Idaho, with a range of facilities for RV travellers. All sites are pull throughs and full hookups. There are hot showers, clean spacious restrooms, free fast wifi, digital TV, full laundry facility and sanitary dump station. The park restaurant is famous for its hot meals, especially fall-off-the-bone ribs and smoked baked potatoes. They have a lovely beer garden to enjoy your cold beer on hot summer days. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner. Guests to the park can enjoy evening movies, nine-hole mini-golf and ATV rentals. There is even an onsite mechanic if you have any problem with your rig.

705 W Grand Ave, Arco, ID 83213, Phone: 208-527-3707

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21.Tamarack RV Park and Vacation Cabins

Tamarack RV Park and Vacation Cabins
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Open year round, Tamarack RV Park is located within the charming city of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. It is surrounded by the mature trees and has the feel of forest camping in the shade of the tall ponderosa pines. Nearby are conveniently located shops, restaurants and entertainment. In addition to spacious sites for all size RVs, Tamarack RV Park also offers four cozy vacation rentals. The park offers full hook ups with 20/30/50 amp at every site. There is free high speed WiFi for all guests and coin-operated laundry facilities. Wood fires are not allowed in the park.

3630 N Government Way, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815, Phone: 208-664-3087

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22.Wallace RV Park

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Located within walking distance to Downtown Wallace, Idaho, Wallace RV Park includes 20 creekside sites, 13 roadside sites and 8 pull-through sites. RV full hookup sites include city drinking water and a sewer connection. There are also six spacious grassy tent sites. Outdoor recreation includes riding ATV right out of the park to the famous trails such as the Trail of the Coeur D’ Alenes, 76-mile long Rails to Trails, Route of the Hiawatha and more. Near the park are Silver Streak Zipline Tours with 10 zips on 250 acres. Lookout Ski Resort and Silver Mountain Resort are also nearby.

108 Nine Mile Rd, Wallace, ID 83873, Phone: 208-753-7121

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23.Country Corners RV Park

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Country Corners RV Park in Caldwell, Idaho, only 30 minutes from Boise, offers a wide range of amenities for an overnight, a weekly, or a monthly stay. The park can accommodate any size of RV or tent. Every site is a pull-thru, so parking is convenient and easy. Each site has 50 or 30 amp electrical service, water, a clean sewer drop, Laundromat, free high speed internet access, fire pits and community seasonal garden. The park is pet-friendly and has a large dog run. Country Corners RV Park offers excellent tent camping on well-manicured lawns. The park is open year around.

17671 Oasis Rd, Caldwell, ID 83607, Phone: 208-453-8791

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More Ideas in Idaho: Warhawk Air Museum

Located in Nampa, Idaho, the Warhawk Air Museum is a 40,000-square-foot museum dedicated to the history of American military culture and technology, featuring a collection airplanes and equipment from the major military conflicts of the 20th century, with a special emphasis on World War II.

Permanent Exhibits and Attractions

Operated as a nonprofit organization funded by private and individual donations, the Warhawk Air Museum serves as a cultural center for American veteran history, emphasizing the cultural, social, and technological changes and advancements that resulted from the major military conflicts of the 20th century. Exhibits chronicle the history of flight, from early innovations at the beginning of the 20th century through modern space flight, as well as the role of airplanes in major American conflicts, with a particular emphasis on World War II air flight. A large collection of personal artifacts, memorabilia, and anecdotes is displayed, illustrating the relationship between military personnel and American citizens and preserving the personal history of those who helped shape American history and freedoms through war service.

The museum contains an extensive collection of aircraft used in World Wars I and II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War, including two of the only remaining Curtiss P-40 planes from the World War II era, the Parrot Head Curtiss P-40N Warhawk and the Sneak Attack Curtiss P-40E Kittyhawk. The P-40, known as the foremost American fighter craft at the start of World War II, was noted for its service during the Pearl Harbor attack of 1941. At their peak of service, more than 14,000 P-40s were used by the militaries of more than 28 world nations, holding a battle reputation of extreme durability and ruggedness that often outmatched craft capable of higher speeds and more sophisticated maneuvering. The museum’s Warhawk and Kittyhawk planes have been fully restored to their original flying conditions and were used in the 2001 film Pearl Harbor.

Another rare World-War-II-era craft, the Boise Bee North American P-51C Mustang, was custom-painted by Lieutenant Colonel Duane W. Beeson, a five-time WWII Fighter Ace. A hybrid craft featuring an American airframe and a British Rolls-Royce engine, the P-51 Mustang was one of the most noted piston aircrafts of the World War II era. As one of a few surviving examples of the 1,750 P-51s commissioned, the museum’s craft was fully restored in 2010 and frequently competes in the Reno Air Races.

World War I aircraft include a replica of the Fokker DR-1 Triplane, nicknamed “The Blue Max,” which is associated today in popular culture with the character of the Red Baron. Two Vietnam-era Mikoyan Gurevitch fighter aircraft are displayed, the MiG-17 and MiG-21, the first Soviet aircraft to successfully combine fighter and interceptor characteristics. The “Bernie’s Bo” North American F-86F Sabre Jet, the first American swept wing fighter, is considered among the most important fighter aircraft of the Korean War. Other notable aircraft holdings include the all-metal-frame “Yellow Peril” Naval Aircraft Factory N3N, the Bell UH-1C “Mike” Model Huey Gunship, the Cessna L-19 Bird Dog, and the Cold-War-era Lockheed F-104A Starfighter.

Ongoing Programs and Education

Museum tours are offered for small groups and organizations, requiring reservations at least two weeks in advance for docent-led tours. Field trips for students may be led by docents or teachers, utilizing self-guided tour brochures that tie museum exhibits to curriculum standards. Two age-appropriate scavenger hunt programs are offered for student groups, tailored to elementary and secondary students and providing opportunities for direct interaction with museum artifacts.

In addition to field trip opportunities, a number of workshop classes for students are held at the NASA Space Center and Warhawk Air Museum Educational Center. A Child’s Play course is offered for third through fifth graders, exploring the role that American children served in the community during World War II. For middle schoolers, a pilot-led Forces of Flight program incorporates physics principles to demonstrate aviation concepts, and a Bridging the Generations program for high schoolers offers opportunities to meet veterans from World War II and the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. A course on the history of the American flag and the Pledge of Allegiance is also offered.

The Warkhawk Air Museum’s Veterans History Project, developed in cooperation with the Library of Congress, strives to collect personal stories from service members from all branches of the American military, along with the stories of civilian workers who supported the Armed Forces during 20th century conflicts. A book anthology of interview excerpts is available at the museum’s gift shop, with all proceeds supporting future endeavors by the project. A free Kilroy Coffee Klatch program also meets on the first Tuesday of every month, offering community discussions for area veterans to recall their service experiences, and a Veteran’s Day Breakfast features entertainment by the Top Fun Flyers.

201 Municipal Way, Nampa, ID 83687, Phone: 208-465-6446

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More Ideas in Idaho: The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho

The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho opened its doors in 2002. Since then, it has been operated as a nonprofit museum and education center. The institution was largely funded through various corporations and foundation and is now run by a board of directors. One of the stated goals of the Art Museum of Eastern Idaho is to promote artistic creativity in the area’s youngest residents. To this end, the museum offers art classes aimed at children ages 5 to 13. Special summer programming is another way that the museum engages the youth of the area.

Education:

In their Art Trek summer camps, children have the opportunity to work with wood, clay, paint, and found materials. In addition, guided tours provide students with instruction around how to read exhibit labels and how to go about interpreting art works.

The museum also offers a variety of workshops and classes geared for adults. Figure drawing, sculpture, and still life drawing are all offered to those looking to explore their creative side.

Current Exhibition

The Cowboy: Through Lens and Leather

The museum’s current exhibition titled The Cowboy: Through Lens and Leather features photography by renowned artist Adam Jahiel. This prolific artist is best known for his work with the Titanic, the National Geographic Society, and HBO. Captivated by the rugged landscape of the western United States, Jahiel had been photographing cowboys for years. The photographs exhibited at the museum speak to his reverence for this uniquely American subculture. Showcasing the skill and grit of the cowboys, Jahiel’s work is an attempt to preserve the heritage of this rapidly disappearing vocation. Through his photographs, the eternal struggle of man against nature and man against himself is made tangible, allowing museumgoers to appreciate cowboys and ranch culture on a whole new level.

This exhibition also features artists such as Chase Carter, Jeff Minor, and Nancy Martini, to name a few. Visitors will be able to see the crafts of saddle making, raw hide braiding, and spur making, which support cowboys in their work.

Adding to the conversation about the changing American cultural landscape, the museum is currently exhibiting Lily Martina Lee and the Snake River Plein Air Painters. Lee, a mixed media sculptor, is known for re-contextualizing unconventional materials to introduce a contemporary portrait of the Northwest. Her vision of the region is one that in many ways contradicts Jahiel’s nostalgia of cowboy culture. The two exhibits are bound to provoke strong reactions from guests and offer new perspectives that challenge visitors to think critically.

Past exhibitions

The Art of Shushana Rucker

In addition to Complementing the Cowboy: Through Lens and Leather exhibition, the museum showcased two other exhibits. Visitors saw the art of Shushana Rucker, an artist known for paintings depicting stylized images of declining suburban American cities. Focusing on the convergence between the common and uncanny, the haunting images on display provided the perfect counterpoint to the lively heroism of the cowboy exhibit.

Other Attraction Nearby

Museums of Idaho

Visitors wishing to get a more comprehensive look at the history of Idaho and the Intermountain region will likely enjoy an afternoon at the Museum of Idaho. Conveniently located in downtown Idaho Falls, this cultural attraction welcomes 100,000 local and international visitors annually. Its world-class travelling exhibits are sure to educate and delight visitors of all ages.

Historic Colonial Theatre

Originally built in 1919, the Colonial Theatre is a great example of the cultural heritage at the heart of Idaho Falls. The Colonial Theatre has 988 seats as well as galleries, classrooms, artists’ studios, and meeting spaces. Visitors will be surprised to learn that the theatre they see today is actually a renovated version of the original structure. The project was spearheaded by a generous anonymous donor whose contributions matched those made by the public.

Dining Nearby

While Idaho Falls has much to offer in the way of premium meats and seafood options, vegetarian-friendly restaurants can also be found. D’railed Gastropub is sure to make an impression with their gourmet lineup of seafood, including king crab, North Atlantic lobster tail, and halibut. Equally impressive are their steaks, which include filet mignon, bacon-wrapped pork medallions, and 14 oz. rib eye. To get a taste of locally sourced ingredients, visitors should consider the Arugula Deli. Providing plenty of options for vegetarians, vegans, and meat eaters, this local joint is a crowd pleaser.

300 S. Capital Ave., Idaho Falls, ID 83402, Phone: 208-524-7777

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More Ideas in Idaho: Sun Valley Lodge in Sun Valley

The Sun Valley Lodge is a classic American ski lodge located in the heart of ski territory in Idaho. It features upscale overnight lodging with traditional amenities, an enormous spa, a 24-hour fitness center, and unique dining options.

Lodging

Sun Valley Lodge has multiple options for overnight lodging including 108 recently expanded and renovated guest rooms.

The Lodge Premier King guest room offers a large bedroom with a king size bed and a private bathroom that includes a soaking tub and separate walk-in shower. The bathroom also has double vanity sinks. The Premier King also features a large dressing area. This is the standard, traditional guest room offered at the lodge.

The Lodge King Suites and the Lodge 2 Queen Suites are larger in size and features an additional living/seating area for guests that has a fold-out sofa to accommodate additional overnight guests. The King Suite has a king size bed, while the 2 Queen Suite offers two queen size beds. Guests are also provided a more substantial dressing area that includes built-in cabinet dressers and a ski closet. The bathroom in the King Suite has a separate soaking tub and walk-in shower and double vanity sinks. Some of these suites also have a fireplace.

The Lodge Rink View King Suites and the Lodge Rink View 2 Queen Suites offer the same amenities as the regular suites, but with the extra benefit of providing a view of the outdoor rink area of the resort.

For additional views, Sun Valley Lodge offers the Lodge Terrace Suite. This suite offers guests panoramic views of the resort with a king size bed and all the amenities of the more traditional suites.

The most luxurious suite offered at the lodge is the Lodge Celebrity Suite. There are five of these suites available, and all are named after famous guests who have stayed at the lodge - Sonia Henie, Marilyn Monroe, Clint Eastwood, Ernest Hemingway, and the founder of the lodge, Averell Harriman. Considered a “parlor” suite, it features a separate living area and king size bed. The bathrooms are the largest at the lodge as well.

Amenities

All lodging comes with at least one flat screen high definition television, in-room safes, mini refrigerators, and iHome brand clock radio and charging docks. They also have coffee systems that come with a selection of complimentary coffee and tea options.

Sun Valley Lodge also provides complimentary wireless internet access to all overnight guests.

Concierge services are available free of charge to help assist guests with dining, transportation, spa, skiing, and other general services and questions. Contact the front desk for additional information.

Spa

The lodge also has a large (over 20,000 square feet) spa on-site. The spa offers guests a choice of signature treatments performed by trained spa professionals, like body rituals, massage therapy, salon services, and health and wellness services.

Massage therapy options at the spa can be purchased for either 50 or 80 minutes, and include most of the traditional spa options - deep tissue/therapeutic, hot stone, prenatal, and Thai massage. They also offer a softer, signature massage and more unique options like the salt stone massage. Massages can also be performed in the room both during and after regular spa hours, and couples massage is available as well.

The spa offers four different body rituals, which last for 110 minutes and include either a dry brush exfoliation or a body wrap followed by a body massage using different oils and herbs to enhance the experience.

The salon services at the spa are plentiful. They include the more traditional services like manicures, pedicures, and skincare and include haircuts, colors, treatments, and lash, eyebrow, waxing, and makeup services.

Health and wellness services are also available at the spa. These services include acupuncture, cupping therapy, and Reiki. Each of these services can be purchased for 50 minutes, and acupuncture can be extended into 80 minutes if desired.

Bathing rituals can be added to any service as well. There are five options, varying by the type of herbs and oils used in the bath. All bathing rituals last 25 minutes. There are also other treatment enhancements available, including hair and scalp treatments, full body exfoliation, and body wraps.

Fitness Center

Also on-site is a full-service fitness center as well as a yoga studio. The fitness center allows guests use of their state of the art cardiovascular equipment including spin bikes, elliptical machines, treadmills as well as weight machines and free weights. The yoga studio offers multiple class options for yoga a few days a week. Guests can choose from the gentle flow, restorative, vinyasa flow, or HIIT, all taught by trained and certified yoga instructors. The fitness center never closes to lodge guests.

Pool

Sun Valley Lodge also has an outdoor pool (enclosed in glass for swimming year-round). The pool is heated, and there is also an attached shower, and locker room for guests use before or after a swim. The pool also includes its own cafe, where resort guests can order both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages or a selection of lunch options. There is also a jacuzzi on-site.

Dining

Located at the resort is the Trail Creek Cabin restaurant, which is accessible by sleigh. The restaurant serves a menu of hearty American classics, and guests can choose from trout, buffalo, or new york strip steaks with a selection of traditional sides like mashed potatoes, fresh vegetables, or salads.

There are also multiple lounges and grab and go options for guests to enjoy while visiting.

Skiing

The top attraction at the Sun Valley Lodge is skiing. Lift tickets and mountain passes can be purchased on-site, or guests can take part in the SnowSports School. The staff at the school will help each guest, no matter their experience level, learn how to understand skiing better and improve their own skills. Group and private lessons are available, and there are two ski shops at the lodge where guests can purchase equipment and apparel.

1 Sun Valley Road, Sun Valley, ID 83353, Phone: 800-786-8259

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