Fall is a beautiful time in Southern Idaho and there are lots of places to see while here. We recommend visiting a few different towns to see fall colors. Fairfield, Twin Falls, Hagerman, Lake Walcott, and the City of Rocks will all show off incredible autumn foliage! This is our list of the 5 best airbnb’s this fall season in Southern Idaho! 

1. City of Rocks

The City of Rocks National Reserve is an incredible park filled with wild views and epic exploring. There are plenty of trees that turn yellow, orange and red in autumn. These colors mixed with the funky shaped rocks and gorgeous mountain skyline is a fall explorer’s dream.

The perfect place to enjoy all of these fall colors is by staying at the Pinion Yurt, located at the entrance of the City of Rocks. Fall gets chilly, but don’t worry, this yurt has a wood stove to keep you nice and warm. They even have wifi! This yurt sleeps 4 guests and has a fire place outside.

Tip: on your way from Rupert to the City, be sure to make a quick detour up Pomerelle Mountain! The fall colors are epic on this drive every year, and there are a few destinations to stop and walk around at including Lake Cleveland.

2. Hagerman Valley

The Hagerman Valley has so many outdoor recreation options in the fall! Soak at Miracle and Banbury Hot Springs, hike the gorgeous Box Canyon, kayak to Blue Heart Springs, and see fall colors all around! 

A really great airbnb to stay at is The Huggary. This adorable space is built from reclaimed wood and is surrounded by decks. The cozy place is a picture perfect and elegant tiny home that everyone dreams of owning. The guests have free access to kayaks and a canoe to hop right on the Snake River and see all of the fall foliage turn before their eyes. The Huggery sleeps up to four guests and is dog friendly! 

Tip: Drive the Thousand Springs Scenic Byway to have a road trip full of colorful trees and incredible views of waterfalls and fossil beds! 

3. Lake Walcott

Lake Walcott State Park is an escape north of the towns of Burley and Rupert, and turns all sorts of colors around the lake and park. This park is peaceful and perfect for enjoying a sunset over the lake.

Stay at an airbnb located downtown Burley, Modern Space Burley, which is about an hour from Lake Walcott. This airbnb is designed gorgeously and will appeal to modern decor lovers. There are two luxurious king bed rooms. It is located in the heart of Downtown Burley next to Lulu’s coffee, a delicious Mexican restaurant, Haciendas, and wine and beer selections. Reviews describe this modern place as a high end loft!

4. Fairfield & Soldier Mountains

The gorgeous Soldier Mountains turn all sorts of colors in the fall and there are hidden hot springs that should be on everyone’s fall bucket lists. Skillern Hot Springs is a 6 mile hike showcasing yellow and orange trees scattered throughout the mountains. 

Bring all your friends to soak at Worswick Hot Springs, which has many large pools to fit groups. There are six rooms in the Hunters Paradise airbnb. The cabin is situated near Soldier Mountain Ski Resort and is truly so gorgeous. Feel all warm and cozy in a wooden cabin located below the mountains. 

Looking for a smaller option? Stay at The House on Spruce in Fairfield, located just a short drive from the entrance to the Sawtooth National Forest. There are three bedrooms in this house and it is a clean and comfortable space. It can sleep four guests. 

5. Twin Falls Snake River

The Snake River is lined with beautiful orange and yellow trees during autumn. Colorful reflections dance across the Snake River where you can kayak or hike to. Pillar Falls, Auger Falls, and Shoshone Falls are great places to add to the list to visit! 

Downtown Twin Falls is also a great area of town to stop by. Eat at delicious local restaurants, drink at breweries, and shop at small businesses! Stay just minutes from historic downtown at the air bnb named Gorgeous Private Studio – Steps to Historic Downtown. The bright studio provides walking access to Twin Falls City Park and Main Street.