Bear Lake State Park is located in a high mountain valley in the extreme southeast corner of Idaho. At 5,900 feet elevation, the park offers a wide variety of both summer and winter recreation opportunities.
Walkers, hikers and bikers love this linear park that follows the north shore of beautiful Lake Coeur d'Alene. The Coeur d' Alene Parkway lies along the north shore of Lake Coeur d'Alene, following Centennial Trail east from Coeur d'Alene to Higgens Point.
Eagle Island is a 545-acre day-use park west of Boise that features a popular swimming beach, a grassy picnic area, a waterslide and more than five miles of equestrian trails for those looking for a place to ride horses.
Those who visit the Lewis-Clark Valley are pleasantly greeted by, abundant outdoor activities, festivals, cultural events, rich history and friendly people. Many visitors say they have never quite experienced anything like our area.
Visitors can stop in at this Chamber office in Heyburn for information on attractions, lodging and events in both Minidoka and Cassia counties.
Redfish Lake, in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area, is named for the brilliant Sockeye Salmon that once came to spawn in such massive quantities that the lake appeared red.
Stop into this visitor center in Idaho Falls for information about all there is to see and do in the region, dubbed Yellowstone Teton Territory.