Idaho is known for its wide open vistas, friendly communities, and the fertile soil that is home to the famous Idaho potato. The western edge of Yellowstone and the western slope of the Tetons are in Idaho.
Pictured is the Snake River down stream from Grand Teton National Park. The area offers some of the best fishing and wildlife viewing in the state. Anglers come from throughout the country to try for a trophy trout.
Stay west of the Tetons to discover all the gems in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. You’ll lose the crowds and find affordable lodging options.
The Coeur d'Alene area is surrounded by dozens of lakes left behind by the glaciers of the ice age. There are more than 55 lakes within easy driving distance
After Yellowstone, dip into southern Idaho to explore attractions, including two national park sites, you won’t find elsewhere.
Get wet and explore natural beauty at the Bear Lake area in Utah and Idaho.
From a drive-in movie to root beer floats, find great Americana in eastern Idaho. Visit the Spud Drive-Inn, Yellowstone Bear World, and a summer music scene.
Discover what to do in Idaho Falls with its vibrant historic downtown, a lively cultural scene and the largest regional airport near Yellowstone and Grand Teton.
Three locals from the west side of the Tetons share their favorite trails, sights and why they love where they live.
Browse the gift shop selling Shoshone-Bannock crafts, watch your favorite sports team at the lounge and score a hotel room down the road from Yellowstone.
Near Bear Lake, head north off the interstate to experience the stunning scenery and attractions of southeast Idaho on your way to Yellowstone and Grand Teton.
Play outdoors in this Idaho gateway. See the Museum of Clean, the Idaho Museum of Natural History or grizzlies up-close at Zoo Idaho.
Stay in a renovated school house, guest ranch, oversized log cabin and more in the Coeur d’Alene area.
With so much attention on the east side of the Tetons, leave the crowds behind and experience the top eight things to do on the Teton’s west side.