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Best parks in Snake River

National Park
“Many many things to see . If you stay ay my place you can enter from many locations”
181 locals recommend
National Park
“Grand Teton National Park sits south of Yellowstone National Park. The trail system that begins in Teton Canyon (entrance 2.2 miles up Ski Hill Road from our condo) does access Grand Teton National Park - for the avid hiker or trail runner. For example, Table Mountain Trail is a 10.2 mile heavily trafficked loop trail that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. For any of these longer hikes, these places are WILD, know before you go. By car, if you plan to head to Jackson, WY (about 1 hour away) and enter Yellowstone thru the South Entrance, you will also be driving thru Grand Teton National Park on your way to Yellowstone. Two Nationals Parks - win-win!”
85 locals recommend
Park
“Our favorite park! This park offers 11 acres of activities. You can hike, mountain bike, trail run, search for wildlife, play on the playground, lay under a tree, play tennis, volleyball or have a party (with beer). Challenge yourself by hiking up the chute, or the easier way around the side and see the incredible view of Les Bois. ”
62 locals recommend
Zoo
“Great zoo with a delightful carousel from long ago . Set by the river and Ann Morrison Park”
33 locals recommend
Park
“Ponderosa State Park: Entry fee $5. This park is open year-round and offers lots to do. Pack a picnic and play at the beach. There are multiple trails for exploration: biking, hiking, snow shoeing, Nordic Skiing, or simply drive through and take in the splendor. ”
37 locals recommend
Garden
“Great place to visit anytime of year. Whether it's exploring the local flowers and plants or attending a concert at Outlaw field. Here is the website https://idahobotanicalgarden.org/”
30 locals recommend
Park
“Great hikes, minimal day parking charge. Spectacular scenery, history and horseback riding.”
18 locals recommend
Nature Preserve
“This place feels like you are in the movies because it is unique. The lava was formed from the hot spot that now lies under Yellowstone. The spring flower make this park beautiful!”
18 locals recommend
Park
“This is one of many parks along the Boise River that connects to the greenbelt system. ”
21 locals recommend
Park
“The caverns are a fun place to visit, and beautiful drive up to. Bring a sweater for in the cave.”
21 locals recommend
Other Great Outdoors
“Another fun point of interest in Island Park - take some fish bait and feed the giant trout swimming under the bridge.”
10 locals recommend
Hot Spring
“Norris Hot Springs is located 29 miles West of the Gallatin River Cottage. Bring your swim suit and cozy up with a glass of wine, draft beer or local cider. If you're working up a hunger, in the "Water of the Gods", order one of the many fresh menu items, loaded with ingredients from the on-site garden! The cover charge is very affordable and the live music talent ranges from Reggae to folk. 42 MT-84, Norris MT 59745 (406) 685-3303 https://norrishotsprings.com/”
25 locals recommend
Park
“Just a quick few minutes walk from the house. Free entrance and use to beach and ponds. Rentals available at Idaho River Sports at the park entrance. SUP boards, kayaks, canoes, etc...”
27 locals recommend
Park
“This is a very large park. There are paved walking paths along the river and kids area. This is a great destination for that early morning walk.”
21 locals recommend
Park
“Beautiful park located just off the Greenbelt. Take the easy pathway around the park and choose from the long (1mile) walk or the short (1/2 mile) hike. This park stretches into Ann Morrison park which stretches into Julia Davis Park. ”
21 locals recommend
Park
“Fun park to check out with great hiking trails with off leash trails for your dog. ”
27 locals recommend