The Albeni Falls Dam Visitor Center is located two miles east of Newport, WA on US Highway 2. Restrooms, drinking fountains, informational brochures and shaded picnic areas are available.
The Boise WaterShed Environmental Education Center promotes water stewardship through hands-on exhibits. The LEED-certified building also features a Theater, Library, and amazing art work.
Take advantage of a unique opportunity to see the night sky like you never have before with telescopes at this state park near Mountain Home.
The tallest sand dune rises 470 feet above two small lakes. There are opportunities for fishing, hiking, camping and star gazing at Idaho's largest public observatory.
Wildlife-watching, fishing, hunting, and environmental education at an 11,000-acre lake.
Discover all there is to see and do in the Mountain Home-Elmore County area by stopping in at the Desert Mountain Visitors Center, located just off Interstate 84.
Information about animals, hydropower, water safety, logging, and facts and information about the area.
The Gem County Historical Museum is an interesting complex of five buildings including the Museum, the Hunt Memorial House, Little Red Schoolhouse, Bunk House and Blacksmith Shop.
Visitor Information Centers in Lewiston, ID (1422 Main Street) and Clarkston, WA (847 Port Way)
A nonprofit local artist's gallery, community art center & tourist information center in downtown St. Anthony.