Cassia County Historical Museum
Located on E. Main Street in Burley, this museum presents a display of clothing and items found in homes and ...
Clear Springs Foods, Inc.
Clear Springs Foods is the world’s largest trout farm raising more than 20 million pounds of rainbow trout each year, ...
Shoshone Indian Ice Caves
This natural wonder is actually a lava tube that is 1,000 feet long, with an ice depth ranging between 8 ...
Witness some of the most spectacular water displays on a tour of Thousand Springs. Watch as some springs thought to ...
Clear Lake Country Club
Founded in 1929, this venerable course isn’t just home to great golf — you can also fly-fish year-round in the ...
Buhl Visitor Center
Get your Idaho Passport stamped at the visitor center, and find out all there is to see and do in ...
Billingsley Creek Unit-Thousand Springs State Park
In 2001 the state of Idaho acquired Emerald Valley Ranch and created the Billingsley Creek unit of Thousand Springs State ...
Shoshone Historic Walking Tour
A self-guided walking tour of the historic buildings of Shoshone, Idaho. Buildings include the Lincoln County Courthouse, McFall Hotel, JC ...
Durfee Hot Springs
The soothing, warm waters of Durfee Hot Springs are a family tradition. Originally founded in the early 1900s by Henry ...
Ritter Island is home to one of the last remaining natural springs in the Thousand Springs complex, Minnie Miller ...
Southern Idaho Eclipse
Only one in 10,000 people see a full solar eclipse during their lifetime. On Aug. 21, you could be among the fortunate few! Experience Mother Nature’s spectacular show first hand by signing up for the Southern Idaho Eclipse Adventure, hosted by Southern Idaho Tourism. TICKETS ON SALE NOW!Learn More
We have 15 Private Hot Pools, 6 VIP Pools and 4 Outdoor Public Pools. The 4 outdoor, general admission pools are kept cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter to provide the perfect temperature to relax, exercise or play. In any season, the water is chemical free and the pools are drained and cleaned nightly. There are 15 smaller private soaking pools, each with adjustable temperatures and changing rooms, available on a first come, first served basis.Learn More
If you are looking at Hagerman lodging you’ve come to the right place. Whether you are visiting the Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument, relaxing in any of the several hot springs, visiting the amazing Malad Gorge, or just enjoying yourself on the famous Snake River, stay at the Hagerman Valley Inn.Learn More
Now you can zipline through the canyon even Evel Knievel couldn’t conquer. The Magic Valley’s first-ever zipline is in the heart of the Snake River Canyon, with amazing views of the towering Perrine Bridge and the meandering river below. Don’t miss your chance to “fly” through one of America’s most impressive canyons!Learn More
2017 Summer Festival Roundup
There’s so much to do this summer! Take guided tours of architecture or the heavens. Enjoy the classic Western thrills ...
Centennial Marsh: One of Spring’s Most Beautiful Sights
The camas superbloom is upon us, and one of the best places to experience it is at Centennial Marsh in ...
Get ready to run the Murtaugh section of the Snake River in May
Maybeline Rapids (courtesy OregonKayaking.net) The weather is expected to warm up in May, and that will create perfect conditions ...
Spring Is Peak Season For Southern Idaho’s Spectacular Falls
If you stick to the freeway in Southern Idaho, you might never know that this high desert is home to a series of some of the most spectacular waterfalls in the west.
Plan Your Trip for This Year’s Superbloom
This year’s unbelievable snowpack is receding slowly from the mountains and revealing an abundance of wildflowers throughout Southern Idaho.
Explore Craters of the Moon for Free
The National Park Service is celebrating the dawn of its second century by offering free entry to properties that usually ...
Blaze the Southern Idaho Coffee Trail – Part II
In Part II of the Southern Idaho Coffee Trail, we take you to five coffee shops in Jerome, Twin Falls, ...
Spring Jaw Droppers
This spring is a great time to scratch three jaw-dropping natural wonders off your Idaho bucket list.
The 2017 Total Eclipse: Plan Your Idaho Viewing Party
Only one in 10,000 people will witness a total solar eclipse in their lifetimes. On Aug. 21, you could be a celestial statistic: Idaho has a front-row seat to this amazing heavenly wonder.
Must-See This Spring: Shoshone Falls
Shoshone Falls are spectacular every spring, when winter’s snows melt and feed the Snake River. It’s been a record year for snow in Southern Idaho, and this spring is shaping up to be downright jaw-dropping.