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Welcome to Idaho, San Francisco!

Beginning December 12, San Francisco will be just a simple, non-stop, two-hour flight from magical Sun Valley, Idaho and its world class skiing and winter recreation.  United Express flights operated by SkyWest Airlines will begin new daily non-stop seasonal winter and summer service between San Francisco (SFO) and Freidman Memorial Airport in Hailey, ID (SUN)—a […]

Make Memories at Idaho’s Drive-Ins

Do you enjoy the movies, but prefer not to spend your summer hours indoors?  Visit one of these theaters and enjoy a fun movie with the family or your sweetheart in the great outdoors from the comfort of your own car.  Idaho has 10 drive-in theaters still in operation, with most located in smaller towns […]

Long Weekend Ahead!

Plan now to celebrate Labor Day in Idaho at these fun-filled events. Wagon Days in Ketchum August 30-September 1 Since 1958, Ketchum Wagon Days has celebrated the mining heritage of the Wood River Valley with four days of rollicking Old West entertainment including a rodeo, BBQs, live entertainment, antique shows, bareback rider demonstrations, kids carnival and […]

My ID Summer Sweepstakes Winding Down….

Idaho’s My-ID summer sweepstakes runs through August, with the last prize to be awarded September 6th.  The remaining prizes are listed below so pick your favorites and  enter each week!  New giveaways are announced every Friday. Enter to win on www.visitidaho.org/My-ID using an email address. Facebook users have a second chance entry option.  Sample prizes include overnight stays, […]

The Best Sources For Idaho Wildfire Info

Summer fires are a reality in the West, so staying informed as you travel makes good sense.  This article gives readers a list of Twitter folks to follow for up-to-date information, as well as online resources.  Find more sources at www.visitidaho.org/travel-alerts.      Posted with permission from Boise State Public Radio. By Frankie Barnhill Idaho’s […]

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 elephant ears and candied apples are a staple. Whether you […]

Idaho Summer Sweepstakes–July Prizes

Idaho’s summer My-ID sweepstakes runs through August, with new giveaways announced every Friday.  Enter to win on www.visitidaho.org/My-ID using an email address.  Facebook users have a second chance entry option.  Sample prizes include overnight stays, whitewater rafting trips, attraction passes, event tickets and even multi-day packages in popular Idaho destinations. Take a look at July’s […]

Party-Gem State Style on July 4th

Small town parties, steaks on the barbie and Idaho libations – the perfect mix for a July 4th, Ida-Ho-Down!  Travel Idaho’s Scenic Byways and experience our welcoming small towns and opportunities for relaxation and recreation. (Cast yourself and a friend in an Ida-Ho-Down!) The Best Small Town July 4 Celebrations! Crouch:  The village of Crouch is located […]

15 hours, 26 minutes and 20 seconds. What will you do on the first day of Summer?

Seeking adrenaline-pumping activities for the first day of summer?   On June 21st, we challenge you to Idaho’s Top 10. Jetboat on the Snake River in Hell’s Canyon, the deepest river gorge in North America.   2.    Scale 12,662-foot Mt. Borah, Idaho’s tallest peak. 3.  Own an air trike?  Go sky cruising in Sandpoint (voted  the […]

Wildflowers at Craters of the Moon: There’s an app for that!

Like having a Ranger in your pocket, this new wildflower app provides the ability to identify 100 of the most common plants at Craters of the Moon National Monument. Download your free copy for both Apple and Android devices by visiting http://www.nps.gov/crmo/photosmultimedia/index.htm Recent rains should make this another good year for the annual eruption of wildflowers […]