As many of you know there are several beautiful places to visit in East Idaho. We would like to share five of those places with you. To help you and your family get a better idea of what areas are out there that you may want to go and explore.
1. Teton Valley
The Teton Valley would be an incredible adventure for you and your family. Between the world-class trout fishing, hiking and climbing; to mountain biking, golfing, skiing, snowshoeing, and so much more you are bound to never have a dull moment. The views are spectacular making you and your family feel at peace while enjoying the great outdoors.
2. Craters of the Moon
Craters of the Moon is a unique place to visit with hiking trails, caves, lava rock formations, driving tours, lava beds, and lots more. This is one of the most surreal landscapes you will ever see. During the winter months, you can rent snowshoes from the Visitor’s Center, seeing this U.S. National Monument in a whole new light.
3. Henrys Lake State Park
This beautiful State Park is one of Idaho’s great high mountain lakes. It’s a fisherman’s dream! With cutthroat, brook and cut-bow hybrid trout, many anglers travel from afar to fish Henrys Lake. This park also offers hiking and biking trails, perfect for viewing wildlife and wildflowers. With campsites and cabins available, this State Park has great accommodations for any family.
4. Redfish Lake by Stanley, Idaho
Redfish Lake has it all! With a dog beach, water activities, lodge area, campgrounds, live music, and breathtaking views, you can’t go wrong with a weekend spent here. This lake is clear and clean making it fun to swim in and even for watersport activities. You will even see tons of wildlife so be sure to bring the camera to capture your memories.
5. Sawtooth Mountains
The Sawtooth Mountains are a sight to see! Encompassing an area of 678 square miles, there are plenty of activities to do with you and your family. With over 700 miles of trails and more than 300 high mountain lakes, you’re sure to see breathtaking views and have amazing experiences. This outdoor playground is ideal for camping, hiking, fishing, mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking and more.
To learn more about these breathtaking adventures see the web pages below.
Henrys Lake State Park: “Henrys Lake State Park: State Park in Island park, Idaho” on VisitIdaho.org