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Start the New Year with Idaho Winter Festivals

Winter has arrived!  Grab your coat and mittens and make plans to enjoy great family-friendly events and activities. These Idaho winter festivals have everything you need for starting traditions and making memories. Winter Carnival and Fishing Derby, January 17 Must See:  Fishing Derby Held in Soda Springs, the Fishing Derby will be hosted at the […]

Idaho Ski Areas Serve Up Holiday Break Fun

There are just a couple more weeks until schools, colleges and universities take their holiday breaks.  Before your out of town guests start arriving or the stresses start to be a bit much, make plans to play at Idaho’s ski areas.  Here are some on- and off-slope ideas to entertain young and old into the […]

Celebrate the Wintery Glow with Holiday Lights

Whether you are visiting for the first time, reconnecting with family or friends, or are a long time Idahoan, nothing says ‘holidays’ like twinkling light displays. Gather your loved ones and check out these favorites. Winter Spirit, Lewiston Ignite the holidays with Winter Spirit! The community lights up with interactive displays and dancing trees in […]

Eat Local and Celebrate the Bounty of Idaho!

September welcomes a Super Harvest Moon, tomato tailgate parties, Farm to Fork feasts and beverage events around the gem state. Eat local and celebrate Idaho’s bounty!   Here are several food-related events to add to your Fall Harvest calendar.  Eat, drink and be merry! September 4: Uncorked in the Garden, Idaho Botanical Garden, Boise   September […]

Idaho is Ideal for the Foodie who Seeks an Authentic Culinary Travel Experience with Breathtaking Scenery

Harvest Idaho – One Bite at a Time We know that people think of potatoes when they think of Idaho and some Idaho farmers do grow the nation’s best potatoes. However, did you know that the state’s fertile soil and moderate climate yield an abundant harvest of fruits, meats, fish, cheeses and libations throughout the […]

Fourth of July Celebrations in Idaho

Ahhhh, July. Summer has arrived in full force. Barbecues, apple pie, lemonade, water gun fights, baseball games and sleeping under the stars are all top of mind. Summer festivals from around the state are filling up the calendar and Fourth of July celebrations lead the way. These Independence Day celebrations will keep your summer rolling […]

Idaho Rodeos and Fairs – Rustle up some fun!

Grab your cowboy hat and boots, and head to Idaho for some exciting rodeo action and the best fairs this side of the Mississippi.  Crowd favorites, like wild cow milking and mutton bustin’, offer an entertaining twist on traditional rodeo events, and culinary treats like funnel cakes, caramel apples and corn dogs are a staple. […]

Bluebirds, Raptors and Sandhill Cranes – Birding in Idaho

With over 400 known bird species, Idaho has become a gathering spot for birdwatchers of all experience levels. Locations such as American Falls Reservoir and Deer Flat Wildlife Refuge are teeming with birds year-round. Your birding bucket list should include exploring and seeing: Idaho’s state bird, the Mountain Bluebird, is found in all regions above […]

American Craft Beer Week Roadtrip to Fine Ales and Epic Recreation

You’ll begin your Mountain Craft Beer Trail tour in Boise—Idaho’s capital city. Urban comforts rest seamlessly against hundreds of miles of single track mountain bike and hiking trails in the Boise Foothills—the Treasure Valley’s buffer from the Rocky Mountains. Bisected by the peaceful waters of the Boise River, the Treasure Valley is the perfect starting […]

Be a Tourist in Your Own Town – Join Governor C.L. Butch Otter and First Lady at Capital for a Day in McCall

Best kept secret about McCall—it’s so much much fun! Would you like to take in some Spring skiing? Check out the downhill action at Brundage and The Little Ski Hill.  If you’re more of a ski-touring enthusiast, Ponderosa State Park  and Jug Mountain Ranch both will give you myriad options to get some fresh air and sunshine. […]