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Parks & nature in Idaho

Park
“The fountain is what makes it more fun for swimming, boatin, and beachside fun.”
11 locals recommend
Waterfall
“Just like a mini Niagara Falls, best time to go is spring or early summer. ”
10 locals recommend
Campground
“This is the best place. They have a live alligator. Natural hots springs pool and several private hot tubs. I love to go here ever chance I get”
13 locals recommend
Farm
“Enjoy a Horseback ride through this large ranch. Travel up hills, through valleys and splash through the river. All rides have an experienced guide and participants do not need to have previous experience. Children welcome! Rides are 2 hours long. Call in advance to reserve a spot!”
4 locals recommend
Waterfall
“A two-hour trip from the Boise area, but the falls are a fun sight to see if you want to take a drive out of town.”
12 locals recommend
Park
“This outstanding 42-acre city park runs along clean and beautiful Rattlesnake Creek for about 1 mile and is a diverse mix of cottonwood bottomlands and coniferous forest. A paved trail runs the length of the park and numerous unpaved paths go near the creek and toward more undisturbed places. This city park has an impressive interpretive birding trail named after Arnold Bolle, a famous conservationist and former University of Montana professor. A series of interpretive signs along the trails identify the most commonly seen birds; more than 100 bird species have been identified here. ”
17 locals recommend
Campground
“Beautiful lake, great hiking and biking and fun scene in the summer. If you want to get more remote and less people go to any of the other nearby lakes- Alturas, Petit, Stanley...”
11 locals recommend
Park
“Downtown Coeur d'Alene. 1.4 mile from the cottage. Your choice of a grassy knoll or a sandy beach to relax on. Large designated swim area is a popular training site for Ironman participants and toddlers wearing water wings as well.”
15 locals recommend
Ski Lodge
“Go skiing, snowboarding, sledding, snow shoeing or hiking. Just 30 minuets away. ”
16 locals recommend
Park
“Fun park to check out with great hiking trails with off leash trails for your dog. ”
26 locals recommend
Park
“Another great place for dogs and many intersecting trails. There are more trail heads if you continue past the first trailhead to a dirt road on the left. ”
11 locals recommend
Trail
“Beautiful drive to the trail head along east side of the lake. Trail is steep in spots but well maintained. Gorgeous views at the top and lots of Bald Eagles certain times of the year.”
16 locals recommend
Summer Camp
1 local recommends
Park
“For an amazing view of the city hike Mount Helena. Trailhead is located in Reeder's Village”
8 locals recommend
Trail
“Beehive Basin Trail No. 40 is a 7.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Big Sky, Montana that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from May until October. Bear spray recommended on any hike in Big Sky.”
12 locals recommend
Trail
“Phenomenal for Lewis and Clark history. Has a junior ranger program for children. Entrance is free with you National Park Pass.”
8 locals recommend