What to know: Shoshone Falls access is available from dawn to dusk. Vehicle fee is $5 per car and $20 per tour bus. Season passes are $25 and can be purchased at the park entrance.
What to know: The best time to see Twin Falls is from March through early June, before water is diverted for other uses.
What to know: You can hike to the base of the waterfall, but exercise caution — the trails are not paved and can be an uneven walk.
What to know: You can rent a kayak or SUP at Centennial Waterfront Park from the AWOL Dive & Kayak stand.
What to know: Although the falls run all year long, the area is especially beautiful in the spring when pink and purple wildflowers dot the trail system.
What to know: This is an ideal place for warm-weather swimming, canoeing, kayaking, or paddling by SUP. Follow the channel below the springs to the Snake River and tour the island in a clockwise direction.
What to know: Not much has changed since 1811: The area is still natural and untamed, and you won’t find safety features like guardrails or paved paths. Upstream, anglers will find great bass fishing; downstream, daring kayakers will find Class V and IV rapids with huge drops.
What to know: The canyon road to Niagara Springs is narrow and steep and not recommended for either motorhomes or large trailers.
What to know: Those round, massive rocks you see throughout the canyon are called “melon” boulders and were formed millions of years ago.
What to know: The highway crosses over Malad Gorge, but the angle of view hides the deep gorge where the river cascades into Devil’s Washbowl. To get a better view, head to the slender-but-sturdy bridge that arcs across the canyon. You can take a short hike to discover nearby fingers of the gorge, where crystal-clear springs produce ponds and streams.