The ultimate guide to kayaking Southern Idaho. Information is included on local favorites and where to rent kayaks and paddle boards. Cool off on the waters of Southern Idaho this summer! Check out Shoshone Falls, Blue Heart Springs, Heyburn Riverside Park and many more.
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We are giving out the local secrets to see the most gorgeous areas in Southern Idaho! They will take you all around the pretty towns of Buhl, Rupert, Fairfield, Gooding, Declo, and even more! There are some amazing places hidden in the beautiful high desert region.
Your Guide to the Most Astounding, Eye-Popping Sights and Activities in the Region Southern Idaho is not flashy. She keeps her gems hidden, tucked out of the way and saved for those who are willing to seek her majesty.
Step back into the 1900s by visiting this old-fashioned small town, complete with a classic town square and a gorgeous state park. Plan your trip with the 10 most memorable experiences in Rupert. 1. Shop one of the nation’s largest boutique quilt shops.
When the leaves begin to drop, it’s time for late-season hunters and ice fishing enthusiasts to gear up and head out. The Magic Valley is one of the state’s best areas for ice fishing — the long winters here freeze great spots such as Magic Valley Reservoir, Lake Walcott, and Lower Goose Creek Reservoir.
The disc golf season is still in full swing in Southern Idaho as we move into the cool mornings and warm, sunny afternoons of the fall season. There may be fewer people out on the courses in the fall, but there are plenty of events and opportunities coming up in the weeks ahead.
Festival Fun: Southern Idaho’s Rodeos, Fests, Races, and More Racing, rodeos, river sports — they’re all an essential part of summer fun in Southern Idaho! Check out the region’s best music, cultural and arts festivals. Round up your friends for festive July 4th celebrations, Old West celebrations and more.
Photo courtesy of Idaho Tourism https://player.vimeo.com/video/279735295 Southern Idaho’s high desert terrain is a playground for kayakers and SUP enthusiasts — just check out the thousands of people who hit the Snake River or take to the area’s reservoirs and high mountain lakes. Both lazy paddles and full-tilt thrills abound.
Photo courtesy of Idaho Tourism Sporting Paradise: Hunting and Fishing in Southern Idaho Southern Idaho is home to reservoirs, river stretches, and mountains that are ideal locations for hunting and fishing excursions — just ask the thousands of anglers and hunters who flock to this area every year. Don’t forget to get the proper permits and tags from the Idaho Department of Fish and Game before setting out.
Reconnect with Mother Nature: Camping and Hiking in Southern Idaho Pitch your tent on top of a mountain next to an alpine lake to feel like a true Idahoan outdoorsmen. The hiking trails are incredible and challenging, but you're always guaranteed a jaw dropping view.
Museums, Musicals, and Everything In Between. Discover Local Culture through Southern Idaho's Arts & Museums. Southern Idaho takes its arts and history seriously. Some of the region’s smallest towns boast the finest performing arts venues.
Photo courtesy of Idaho Tourism. Golf in Southern Idaho It’s no joke: You can golf year-round in Southern Idaho. When other parts of the state are blanketed in snow, Southern Idaho still has plenty of options for folks who want to hit the links.