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It’s ‘Great Outdoors’ in Idaho State Parks!

June is Great Outdoors Month, highlighting the benefits of the active, fun outdoors and our magnificent shared resources of forests, parks, refuges and other public lands and waters.  Idaho State Parks bring everything together, offering easy, affordable access to recreation and lodging so families can get out and explore the great outdoors. Here are just of […]

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 […]

New My-ID Videos and Sweepstakes Prizes

Experience Idaho’s beauty and abundant recreation with entertaining, interactive videos where you can be the star.  Go to www.visitidaho.org/my-id and put yourself, family and friends into these amusing Idaho adventure videos or send a post card.  Check out the newest videos — The Extremes and Ida-ho-down. –You Know You’re in Idaho If….(Fun bits about Idaho) –The Adventurers (Be […]

Idaho Golf Trail Special Deals

The temperatures have warmed, flowers are blooming and the trees are in full leaf.  Be outside and enjoy the weather.  The 14-course Idaho Golf Trail covers four scenic loops with beautiful courses suitable for beginner play and championship rounds.  Take advantage of these special deals when planning your Idaho golf trip. Eastern Loop Deals The […]

Rolling Fairways and Flowing Waterways…Your Family Can Enjoy Both in Idaho

The sun is high in the sky and lush grass covers the fairways.  From lakeside greens in Northern Idaho to mountain landscapes in the southern part of the State, Idaho’s golf courses are officially open. The Idaho Golf Trail is a golfer’s playground, with four loops in different regions of the State and 14 courses […]

Idaho Tourism Launches Marketing Campaign Where Visitors are the Stars

The Idaho Department of Commerce Division of Tourism has launched its 2013 spring/summer marketing campaign, My ID, continuing the successful campaign launched last year.  It is designed to showcase the state’s scenic beauty and abundant outdoor recreational opportunities in an entertaining, interactive way on www.visitidaho.org/My-ID.   The Adventurers – Everyone can be a super hero […]

The Snowtroopers Explore Idaho Ski Areas

Sandy Ting, partner of www.TheSnowTroopers.com took an Idaho Road Trip with Peak Media in mid-February, visiting nine of Idaho’s 18 ski areas.  So far, she has written about her experiences at six of those areas:  Bald Mountain, Sun Valley, Pomerelle, Magic Mountain, Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area, Tamarack Resort and Brundage Mountain.  The posts give great descriptions, […]

Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Idaho Wine Country

Throughout Idaho, wineries are offering special Valentine’s Day activities including tastings, chocolates and gourmet cheese. Below is a selection of the wineries open to celebrate Valentine’s Day. For more winery events, information and directions, please visit www.idahowines.org.     44th Street Wineries 107 1/2 E. 44th Street
 Garden City, Idaho 83714 Celebration on February 14th from 6:30-10pm […]

October Fests! Harvest Idaho, One Bite at a Time.

With harvest festivals, trick-or-treating, bonfires, haunted houses, corn mazes and scarecrow strolls, there is plenty to entertain all ages during an October visit to Idaho. Spooks, chills, and kiddy thrills — take your pick! The Northwest’s largest theme park, Silverwood, becomes Scarywood Haunted Nights during the month of October.  The theme park you thought you knew just became […]

Hello Wine World. Harvest Idaho, One Bite at at Time

The Snake River American Viticultural Area (AVA) is one of the new kids on the block in the world of U.S. wine scene and is a bit of a mystery to the majority of American wine consumers. This is because the wineries of the area do not seem to have the size, capacity, or capabilities […]