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Idaho Travel Guide-Reg3-Southwest
| OFFICIAL IDAHO STATE TRAVEL GUIDE
SOUTHWEST IDAHO
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NATURAL ATTRACTIONS
GIVE IN TO
Owyhee Desert
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raveling in southwest Idaho is like
packing lots of super-fun vacations into
one. Within a few hours’ drive, you
can hike through evergreen forests to
remote alpine lakes or spy antelope
roaming the high-country desert—or in
just minutes, move from bustling city
life to farmlands and fruit orchards. It’s
the kind of place where you start your
morning with a pint of local berries from
a downtown farmers market, hit the trails
or the whitewater, and head back in plenty
of time to grab a bite and watch a play.
Definitely seek out local Idaho food and
wines—both are receiving the same high
acclaim that the region’s recreational
offerings have long enjoyed. In, fact,
southwest Idaho has the distinction of
being named an American Viticultural
Area for its excellent grape-growing
conditions—so put a winery tour on your
short list. Plan to spend time in Boise,
Idaho’s capital city, for a lively arts and
culture scene, river and foothills fun, and
Boise State University games. Boise’s
also a central hub for day trips to scenic
spots like McCall, Cascade, and Idaho City
to the north—and Silver City, sand dunes,
and the world’s most dense concentration
of nesting birds of prey just to the south.
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VALLEY/ADAMS COUNTIES
When one of the main roads through an
entire region is a national scenic byway,
you know you’re somewhere special.
That’s the case here, where Idaho 55
doubles as the Payette River Scenic
Byway, a route that takes you past
dramatic whitewater, farmland, and
meadows, and through high-walled,
forested canyons. Its northern tip
begins in New Meadows, where—just
two miles north along Route 95—you
can stand on the 45th parallel halfway
between the North Pole and the
equator. While you’re here, tee off at
MeadowCreek Golf Resort, where the
course winds you through meadows
and towering pines and delivers a view
of Granite Mountain to the northeast.
Zims Hot Springs is a favorite destination for locals—so pre- or post-touring,
relax in the 104° soaking tub and let the
kids splash away in the slightly cooler
Olympic-size pool.
At New Meadows, you’ll hit a fork in the
road, and each way leads to awesome
adventures. (We recommend trying
both!) If you take US 95 south, you’ll
roll into the small town of Cambridge,
the southern gateway to Hells Canyon,
North America’s deepest river gorge.
From Cambridge, go west on Idaho
71 and connect with the 22-mile Hells
Canyon Scenic Byway for one of the
most stunning drives around. You’ll
curve along the Snake River, below
picturesque cliffs, atop high desert
ridges, and past Oxbow and Hells Canyon Reservoirs before arriving at Hells
Canyon Dam. If you’re up for action,
book a rafting or jet boat trip with any
of the area’s experienced outfitters.
Idaho City
Should you choose Idaho 55 from New
Meadows, you’ll be welcomed by the
mountain resort town of McCall. McCall
sits quietly on the shores of Payette
Lake, and it’s one of those casual places
you love to visit all year round. In summer, you can water and Jet Ski, canoe,
kayak, and sail the lake, or just hang
out and play on one of the city’s sandy
beaches. Keep an eye out for resident
lake monster Sharlie when you take a
scenic jaunt with Payette Lake Cruises;
the sunset cruise is a pretty spectacular
way to spend an evening. Since you’re
on vacation, treat yourself to a sunny
afternoon on the greens—you’ve got
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Payette Lake
your choice of the manicured Whitetail
Club, the challenging Jug Mountain
Ranch, and the 27-hole McCall Golf
Club. If you like to camp, reserve a spot
or cabin at Ponderosa State Park and
play the days away within its 1,500
acres. The park has a beach and boat
launch area, and you can rent kayaks to
paddle Payette Lake.
McCall
Payette Lake
Mid-July, head to the tiny nearby town
of Roseberry for its annual Summer
Music Festival—two days of happy
music on a general store lawn. In the
July/August time frame, enjoy classical
chamber music and jazz concerts
during McCall’s SummerFest. Get good
vibes at Brundage in August, when
regional musicians perform at the
upbeat two-day Idaho-Down.
In winter, head to Brundage Mountain
Resort for tons of ski and snowboard
terrain. At the Activity Barn, Brundage’s
tubing hill just south of McCall, you and
your kids can race down 700 feet of pure
awesome; they might also enjoy the
smaller, T-bar-served Little Ski Hill off
Idaho 55 a few miles from town. If you’ve
got strong ankles, lace up for some laps
around the rink at the Manchester Ice
and Event Centre in downtown McCall,
open year-round. And, no matter what,
bundle up for McCall’s Winter Carnival
in late January, a fun week of snow
sculptures, snow bike races, tastings,
and lots of family fun.
South of McCall is Lake Cascade, another spot popular among the boating,
fishing, and camping set. Claim a
camp spot along the shore within Lake
Cascade State Park and head out for
a day on the water. Don’t miss Kelly’s
Whitewater Park, just south of Cascade
on the North Fork of the Payette, to
kayak, surf, and even paddleboard—
or take it easy in a tube or canoe.
If you’re feeling extra adventurous,
take a zip-line tour high above
Tamarack Resort, on the west side of
Lake Cascade near the small town of
Donnelly. Extend your adventure with a
mountain bike ride on Tamarack’s trails,
which include 12 miles of lift-serviced
singletrack. You’ll definitely deserve a
long mineral-rich soak under the pines
at Gold Fork Hot Springs.
Come winter, stir it up in the open
meadows near the southern end
of Cascade Reservoir, some of the
best snowmobiling country around.
Hit Tamarack for a relaxed alpine,
cross-country, or snowshoe experience.
IDAHO CITY
Idaho City is a classic Old West town.
Back in its heyday—gold was discovered
here in 1862—it was actually the Pacific
Northwest’s biggest city, home to thousands of miners and a center of regional
commerce. You’ll be able to imagine
what mining life was like here as you
walk its wooden sidewalks past Idaho’s
first newspaper building, an old jail, a
general store, and other rustic buildings. Explore artifacts in the Boise Basin
Museum, browse antique stores, and
relax with a huckleberry ice cream cone
on the boardwalk or a cold beverage in
a saloon right out of the 1860s.
BOISE
Until recently, Boise’s been one of the
West’s best-kept secrets. Now, the City
of Trees is recognized on all the “Top
Cities” lists. For its beautiful scenery,
unbeatable outdoor recreation, and
friendly inhabitants, Boise certainly
deserves all its newfound fame.
REGIONAL INFO
Payette River
‹ LARGEST CITY
BOISE
Population – 212,303
‹ REGIONAL CLIMATE
Summer Average High – 90°
Winter Average High – 35°
Annual Precipitation – 11"
‹ ELEVATION
Highest – 10,582' (Elk Peak)
Lowest – 1,468' (Snake River)
Boise
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Hells
Canyon
Dam
A
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Ponderosa
State Park
A
New
Meadows
B
Hells Canyon
Scenic Byway
McCall
Donnelly
Council
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Yellow Pine
Payette Lake
C
Warm Lake
Brownlee
Reservoir
Cambridge
Cascade
Lake Cascade
State Park
Lake Cascade
Payette River
Scenic Byway
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B
Payette River
Weiser
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Garden
Valley
Lowman
Ponderosa Pine
Scenic Byway
C
Payette
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Eagle Island
State Park
Caldwell
Nampa
D
Eagle
Idaho City
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Lucky
Peak
Res.
Boise
Featherville
‹ Hells Canyon Scenic Byway
208-549-4200
B
‹ Payette River Scenic Byway
208-634-0700
C
‹ Wildlife Canyon Scenic Byway
208-462-3241
D
‹ Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway
208-727-5013
E
‹ Snake River Canyon Scenic Byway
208-454-0087
F
‹ Western Heritage Historic Byway
208-922-9254
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‹ Owyhee Uplands Backcountry Byway
208-384-3300
Arrowrock Res.
Lucky Peak
State Park
E
Anderson
Ranch Res.
Western
Heritage
Historic
Byway
F
Pine
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Snake River
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Horseshoe
Bend
Meridian
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A
Wildlife Canyon
Scenic Byway
Emmett
Snake River
Canyon Scenic
Byway
SCENIC DRIVES
D
Jordan
Valley
Snake River
Birds of Prey
Grand
View
Silver
City
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CJ Strike
Reservoir
Bruneau
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For video, itineraries, and
a state byway guide, go to
visitidaho.org/scenic-byways.
Mountain
Home
Owyhee Uplands
Backcountry Byway
Glenns
Ferry
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Three Island
Crossing State Park
Bruneau Dunes
State Park
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SKI AREAS
A
‹ Brundage Mountain Resort
brundage.com
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‹ Payette Lakes—Little Ski Hill
littleskihill.org
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‹ Tamarack Resort
tamarackidaho.com
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‹ Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area
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Boise’s vibrant downtown spans a
few small sections—the main historic
district that runs along Main and Idaho
Streets; BoDo, a newer area with bigname retailers; and the Basque Block, a
charming street that highlights Idaho’s
Basque heritage. The Linen District
on the western end of downtown is
worth the walk for the popular Big City
Coffee and the Modern Hotel, where
a crowd gathers on summer evenings
for cocktails and music on the patio.
The Boise State University campus is a
short walk from downtown, and trust
us, you will know when it’s game day
here—the Broncos have some of the
most loyal fans ever. The university is
also a hub for the performing arts; its
Morrison Center is home base for the
Boise Philharmonic, Ballet Idaho, and
Opera Idaho.
As you walk downtown, feel free to
go in the Idaho State Capitol Building
to view its state history exhibits. You
can easily walk to many of Boise’s
museums and culturally significant
sites from downtown, including the
Boise Art Museum, the Idaho Historical
Museum, and the Idaho Black History
Museum, all located in Julia Davis Park.
The Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights
Memorial is also close by, a tranquil
space on the Boise River that encourages discussion and reflection. Visit the
Basque Museum and Cultural Center
to learn about the colorful history of
the Basques in Idaho. See the graceful
mansions built by the city’s early
residents along Warm Springs Avenue
on your way to the Idaho Botanical
Garden and the Old Idaho Penitentiary.
During spring, summer, and fall, life
is lived outside—and much of that
happens on or near the Boise River.
This gem winds through the city, and
you can access it in many of the
riverfront parks; walk, jog, and bike
along its banks on the 25-mile greenbelt; and fish its waters for rainbow
trout. It’s tradition to float the river on a
hot day, so head to Barber Park to rent
a raft that will take you on a leisurely
trip downriver to the Ann Morrison
Park take-out. Eagle Island State Park,
11 miles west of downtown, is another
fun summer spot, with a beach, a
water slide, and plenty of shade for
picnicking; each May, it’s also the
site of the Eagle Island Experience, a
weekend of local music, belly dancing,
and HulaHooping.
In the summer, there’s really no such
thing as downtime in Boise. You
can take in minor-league baseball
games, rodeos, and road-bike races
(much of Boise turns out to cheer
on the Twilight Criterium racers who
wind through downtown streets at
breakneck speeds). Pick up produce
and handmade wares at Boise’s two
farmers markets on Saturday mornings,
and join locals for music at Alive After
Five on Wednesday evenings. Head
to nearby Horseshoe Bend (north on
scenic Highway 55) for zip-line adventures and a ride on the historic Thunder
Mountain Railroad. Throughout the
year, the Boise area hosts an eclectic
slate of entertainment, like March’s
indie Treefort Music Fest, a summer
concert series at the Idaho Botanical
Garden, and outdoor performances by
the Idaho Shakespeare Festival (wine
and picnics encouraged). In September,
hundreds of northwestern artisans set
up shop for Art in the Park at Julia Davis
Park and, on the first Thursday of each
month, downtown galleries and shops
keep their doors open late for special
events and extra browsing time.
Boise River
Boise Greenbelt
Boise Foothills
Boise River
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Downtown Boise
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If you love the stage, catch productions
by the Boise Contemporary Theater,
Knock ’em Dead Dinner Theatre,
Boise Little Theater, Alley Repertory
Theatre, or Boise State’s Theatre
Arts Department.
In winter, hit Bogus Basin, the local ski
hill that’s only 15 miles from downtown,
or see what’s on the schedule for our
professional hockey and basketball
teams. If you’re visiting in early winter,
prepare to be dazzled at Winter Garden
Aglow, when the Idaho Botanical
Garden strings more than 250,000
lights among its trees and gardens.
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Wildlife watchers will enjoy the Peregrine
Fund’s World Center for Birds of Prey’s
interpretive displays and talks. In
spring, head south to the Morley Nelson
Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area to see winged predators
high above the Snake River. Anytime,
stop at the Idaho Fish and Game MK
Nature Center to see fish and waterfowl
species in their natural habitats. This is
a fun spot for kids—especially if they
spot a raccoon or fawn.
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When you’re ready to nosh, you’ll
find tons of downtown eateries, from
Bacon, a cozy breakfast and lunch spot,
to casual favorites like Bittercreek,
Fork, and Bardenay. The modern State
& Lemp pairs northwestern foods
and wines on its prix fixe menu, and
Chandler’s Steakhouse and Ruth’s Chris
Steak House (in the new Zion’s Bank
building) offer fine steaks and seafood.
Of course, you’ll want to try Basque
cuisine at one of Boise’s authentic
restaurants: Leku Ona, Bar Gernika, or
the Basque Market. Or explore Boise’s
international delicacies on Orchard
Street; a true adventure of flavor.
If you’re overnighting in Boise, you have
many lodging options right in the heart
of downtown. You’ll feel immediately
at home at the Boise Guest House and
the Idaho Heritage Inn—a charming
B&B—as well as at the stylish Hotel 43
and the retro Modern Hotel.
GARDEN VALLEY/LOWMAN
Garden Valley and Lowman are small
communities much loved by the hikers,
bikers, kayakers, and rafters who play
The Springs
in the area. They both sit along the
Wildlife Canyon Scenic Byway, a lovely
ride through pastoral lands and the
steep canyon carved by the South Fork
of the Payette. In summer months, rent
a riverside cabin, soak in the area’s
many hot springs, and attend a musical
at Starlight Mountain Theater. In winter,
look for elk herds near the Danskin
river access.
Silver City
WESTERN BOISE VALLEY
Tour the broad valley west of Boise and
you’ll find yourself in a rich agricultural
region. Growers produce cherries,
apples, and other fruits in the area’s
many orchards, plus veggies, hops,
and wine grapes. You can taste what’s
fresh at farmers markets in the cities
of Nampa, Caldwell, and Kuna, and at
roadside produce stands. The small
town of Emmett holds its annual Cherry
Festival in June, and you can pick your
own fragrant bouquets during the
Lavender Festival each July. Spend an
afternoon touring the region’s wineries
to taste why they’re earning so much
national attention.
Meridian and Eagle are fast-growing
neighbors of Boise, each with familyfriendly neighborhoods and great golf
courses. If you’re here with kids, spend
a day splashing at Roaring Springs
Water Park in Meridian and playing
mini golf at the adjacent Wahooz Family
Fun Zone. Catch a movie, bowl, or shop
at The Village at Meridian. For super
speed, check out the Firebird Raceway,
and for rides, music, and games, have
a blast at the Western Idaho State
Fair in August. If you like things truly
wild, walk the nature trails at Deer Flat
Wildlife Refuge at Lake Lowell west of
Nampa to observe migrating waterfowl
and songbirds.
Bruneau Dunes
Boise River Park
Caldwell and Nampa both celebrate
summer with boot-stompin’ fun, when
professional cowboys come to town
to compete in rodeos. Nampa’s Snake
River Stampede happens in July, and
the Caldwell Night Rodeo gets going
in August. If you enjoy history, visit
the Warhawk Air Museum in Nampa
to see vintage World War II planes
and artifacts.
Williamson Vineyards
In June, see musicians pluck and bow
their hearts out at the National Oldtime
Fiddlers’ Contest in the small town of
Weiser. The event, more than 60 years
young, is a laid-back, feel-good outing
for all ages.
ELMORE COUNTY
Payette Lake
Highlands Hollow
Climb, slide, laugh (and repeat) as you
attempt to make it 470 feet uphill at
Bruneau Dunes State Park, located 18
miles west of Mountain Home. If that
doesn’t sound fun, there’s still lots
to do here, like camping, swimming,
fishing, and—on Friday and Saturday
nights—star gazing at the observatory.
Outside the park along Hot Springs
Road, gaze down into the impressive
1,200-foot-deep Bruneau Canyon. Two
area reservoirs—CJ Strike and Anderson
Ranch Dam—promise an adventurous
day of fishing, boating, and swimming.
You can camp at CJ Strike, and in
winter, snowmobile and kite board the
open country and rolling hills around
Anderson Ranch Dam. A detour at
Glenns Ferry brings you to Three Island
Crossing State Park, located near a
significant Oregon Trail river crossing.
The on-site Oregon Trail History and
Education Center highlights stories
from the largest mass migration in
American history and the native tribes
who inhabited the area at the time.
Stop by the nearby Carmela Winery for
a tasting, and spend some downtime
on the Vineyard Greens Golf Course.
OWYHEE COUNTY
High desert and deep river gorges form
the magnificent landscape of Owyhee
County. Experience these colorful canyonlands up close by booking a river
trip on the Bruneau or Owyhee Rivers
during spring runoff—when rapids
are at their peak and wildflowers are
in full bloom. Set aside some time to
get to and explore the historic mining
town of Silver City high in the Owyhee
Mountains. Take a relaxed stroll to its
pioneer cemetery, the old Masonic Hall,
and other original structures, then grab
lunch or dinner at the old Idaho Hotel,
built in 1863. If you plan ahead, you can
actually still stay at the hotel! (Before
you drive to Silver City, check road
conditions; high-clearance vehicles
are recommended year-round.) Further
east, near Grandview, stop at Lawson’s
Emu-Z-Um, a former emu ranch that
now houses authentic replicas of
an 1860s-era town, Native American
artifacts, and the Silver City Schoolhouse Museum. Pack a swimsuit so
you and the kids can splash and soak
in the indoor mineral pool at Givens
Hot Springs—and if you bring a tent,
too, there’s plenty of room to camp. In
spring, look for nesting hawks, owls,
and eagles high up in the cliffs at the
Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of
Prey National Conservation Area. You
can also hike, bike, and camp in the
area’s 485,000 acres.
Bitner Vineyards
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Payette Lake
RECREATION
Water Play
› Take your pick of plentiful waters—
Payette Lake and Cascade, Lucky
Peak, Arrowrock, and Anderson Ranch
Reservoirs—for boating, fishing,
canoeing, and Jet Ski adventures. For
a quiet backcountry experience, hike
to the upper reaches of the Payette
and Boise National Forests to enjoy a
rugged alpine lake all to yourself.
› Book a scenic whitewater trip on
one of the forks of the Payette River,
or surf and practice your tricks at two
man-made parks: Kelly’s Whitewater
Park near Cascade or Boise River Park
near Whitewater Park Boulevard in
Boise. In the heat of summer, float the
Boise River from Barber Park to Ann
Morrison Park.
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› Batter, batter, swing—right into Boise’s
many sports venues for fierce loyalty,
pro talent, and cold beer. A Boise
Hawks baseball game at Memorial
Stadium in nearby Garden City is a
rite of summer. In fall and winter, grab
seats courtside as the Idaho Stampede,
our NBA development team, brings
pro baller action to CenturyLink Arena
in downtown Boise. Feel a cold blast
of adrenaline when you cheer on the
Steelheads hockey team, which takes
its fight to the ice at CenturyLink. If
you’re in town in June, join Boiseans as
they root for the triathletes competing
in the IRONMAN 70.3. You’ve probably
heard about Boise State’s blue turf and
Broncos football team, so see what the
fuss is all about at a home game.
Trails & Zips
› Head for the hills—on foot or in the
saddle—when you’re in Boise. The
city’s foothills frame the northern edge
of town and are full of great hiking and
mountain biking trails accessible from
parks and many neighborhoods. For
steeper terrain, head to Bogus Basin,
Brundage, or Tamarack Resorts—all
open year-round for biking, hiking, and
snow sports. For an easy, kid-friendly
hike, try the exercise trail around the
airport in Idaho City; they’ll love the
trees, water, and possibility of an icecream cone reward in town afterward.
Albertsons Stadium
Bogus Basin
› Take a walk you won’t soon forget
at Walter’s Ferry, where an unusual
nature trail winds through an eclectic
assortment of birdhouses, quotations,
statues, spiritual symbols, and even a
flock of white peacocks. The kids will
think this is great. Really.
› If you’re ever going to zip, you should
do it here, above meadows, lakes, and
ponderosa pine forests. Try Tamarack
Canopy Zipline Tour near Donnelly—it’s
been voted a Top 10 tour by USA Today.
If you’re closer to Horseshoe Bend,
Zip Idaho will have you up above the
treeline in no time.
Bogus Basin
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Whitetail Golf Course
Southwest Idaho’s landscape transitions from timbered peaks of the heartland
to Idaho’s largest city and on to sand dunes and high desert. What’s special
about this region is how the lines blur between the tamed and untamed.
ATTRACTIONS
CASCADE
BOISE
› Kelly’s Whitewater Park
Novice and advanced kayakers alike
can find a thrill on the North Fork of
the Payette River.
› Basque Museum & Cultural Center
Celebrates one of the highest
concentrations of Basques in the
United States.
EAGLE
› Boise Art Museum
Boise’s oldest visual arts organization with rotating and permanent
collections; a true inspiration!
› BanBury Golf Course
A delightful unity of golf and a
native habitat; a true gem. 18 holes,
driving range.
› Idaho Botanical Garden
The beautifully kept gardens host
tours and special events all year long.
HORSESHOE BEND
› Idaho Shakespeare Festival
This beautiful outdoor space celebrates the works of Shakespeare and
offers fantastic food and libations.
› Pacific Railroad Adventure
Experience a time when the pace was
slower and things were simpler on
this Pacific Railroad Adventure.
IDAHO CITY
› MK Nature Center
A sample of wild Idaho; a unique
facility to learn about our fish and
wildlife resources.
› The Springs
A true retreat! With poolside food
and beverage service, what could be
better?
› Old Idaho Penitentiary
Now a historical landmark, the “Pen”
offers one of the West’s most informative prison tours.
KUNA
› Treefort Music Fest
Music, art, film, and community are
just a few of the splendors to expect
at this annual event.
› Birds of Prey Conservation Area
Scope the wildlife with the Northwest’s largest concentration of
nesting birds of prey.
MCCALL
› Jug Mountain Ranch
Golf, Nordic skiing, bike trails, and
hiking are all available at this sweet
retreat.
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› McCall Winter Carnival
2015 marks the 50th anniversary of
this beloved winter celebration.
› Payette Lake
Sandy beaches, family cruises,
paddleboarding, and boating, all
surrounded by scenic mountain
views.
› Whitetail Golf Course
Listed as a Top 100 Best Course in
America by Golfweek Magazine.
18 holes, driving range.
MERIDIAN
› Wahooz Family Fun Zone
Bowling, miniature golf, go-karts,
and more at this wild family
adventure spot.
NAMPA
› Warhawk Air Museum
Celebrate and honor America’s
veterans and their stories at this
spectacular museum.
OWYHEE COUNTY
› Bruneau Dunes State Park
Hike, swim, fish, explore, and
observe the wonder of the
sand dunes.
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Regional Information
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Southwest Idaho Travel Association
800-635-5240,
visitsouthwestidaho.org
Shoshone-Paiute Tribes
(208) 759-3100,
shopaitribes.org
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Best Western Plus Northwest Lodge
www.bestwestern.com/northwestlodge,
6989 Federal Way, (208) 287-2300
Fairfield Inn - Boise
www.fairfieldinn.com/boifi,
3300 S Shoshone Ave, (208) 331-5656
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Best Western Plus Vista Inn at the
Airport | www.bestwestern.com,
2645 Airport Way, (208) 336-8100
Grandview Motel
1315 Federal Way, (208) 342-8676
Airport Shuttle
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Boise Hillside Suites
www.boisehillsidesuites.com,
4480 N Kitsap Way, (208) 336-6502
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Motor Coach Parking
Boise Hotel and Conference Center
www.theboisehotel.com,
3300 Vista Ave, (208) 343-4900
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Beaver Lodge
(208) 864-2132
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Idaho Guest Ranch
www.IdahoGuestRanch.com,
702 Drybuck Rd, (208) 584-3100
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BOISE
Bed & Breakfasts
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Extended Stay America
www.extendedstayamerica.com/hotels/id/
boise, 2500 S Vista Ave, (208) 363-9040
0
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Best Western Airport Inn
www.bestwestern.com/prop_13040,
2660 Airport Way, (208) 384-5000
Boise Guest House
www.boiseguesthouse.com,
614 N 5th St, (208) 761-6798
n " ^
Idaho Heritage Inn
www.idheritageinn.com,
109 W Idaho, (208) 342-8066
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Hotels & Motels
Anniversary Inn
www.anniversaryinn.com,
1575 S Lusk Ave, (208) 387-4900
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Boise Inn
www.theboiseinn.com,
4060 W Fairview Ave, (208) 344-4030
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Bond Street Motel Apartments
www.bondmotel.com,
1680 N Phillippi St, (208) 322-4407
n " ^
Budget Host Inn
www.budgethostinn.biz,
8002 Overland Rd, (208) 322-4404
0 \ u Z n " ^
Budget Inn - Boise
2600 Fairview Ave, (208) 344-8617
u n " ^
Cabana Inn
www.cabana-inn.com,
1600 Main St, (208) 343-6000
n " ^
Candlewood Suites Boise Towne Square
www.candlewoodsuites.com/boiseid,
700 N Cole Rd, (208) 322-4300
\ u Z n " ^
Chinden Motor Inn
4678 Chinden Blvd, (208) 322-8668
Comfort Inn - Boise
www.comfortinn.com,
2526 Airport Way, (208) 336-0077
0 \ u n " ^
Comfort Suites Boise Airport
www.lodgingboise.com,
2906 Vista Ave, (208) 472-1222
0 \ u Z n ^
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Hampton Inn - Boise Airport
www.boiseairport.hamptoninn.com,
3270 S Shoshone St, (208) 331-5600
0 \ u Z n " ^
Hampton Inn & Suites Boise Downtown
www.boisedowntownsuites.hamptoninn.
com, 495 S Capitol Blvd, (208) 331-1900
0 \ u n ^
Harrison Plaza Suite Hotel
www.harrisonhotelboise.com,
409 S Cole Rd, (208) 375-7666
0 \ u Z n ^
Hilton Garden Inn - Boise Spectrum
www.hiltongardeninn.com,
7699 W Spectrum St, (208) 376-1000
0 u n ^
Holiday Inn Boise Airport
www.holidayinn.com/boiseairport,
2970 W Elder St, (208) 344-7444
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Holiday Motel - Boise
5416 W Fairview Ave, (208) 376-4631
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Homewood Suites by Hilton
www.boise.homewoodsuites.com,
7699 W Spectrum St, (208) 376-1000
0 \ u n ^
Hotel 43
www.hotel43.com, 981 W Grove St,
(208) 342-4622
0 u n ^
Hyatt Place Boise Towne Square
www.hyattplace.com,
925 N Milwaukee, (208) 375-1200
0 \ u Z n ^
Inn America - Boise
www.innamerica.com,
2275 Airport Way, (208) 389-9800
0 \ u Z n ^
La Quinta - Emerald
6546.lq.com,
7965 W Emerald St, (208) 378-7000
Courtyard by Marriott - Boise Downtown
marriott.com/boicy,
222 S Broadway Ave, (208) 331-2700
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La Quinta Inns & Suites - Boise
2613 Vista Ave, (208) 914-2053
Leku Ona Basque Hotel
www.lekuonaid.com/basque-hotel,
117 S 6th St, (208) 345-6665
Marriott TownePlace Suites
Boise Downtown | www.marriott.com,
1455 S Capitol Blvd, (208) 429-8881
0 \ u Z n " ^
Modern Hotel and Bar
www.themodernhotel.com,
1314 Grove St, (208) 424-8244
\ u Z n " ^
Motel 6 Boise
www.motel6.com,
2323 Airport Way, (208) 344-3506
0 u n " ^
Oxford Suites Boise
www.oxfordsuitesboise.com,
1426 S Entertainment Ave,
(208) 322-8000
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Paragon Corporate Housing
www.paragoncorporatehousing.com
(208) 321-0500
n " ^
Red Lion Hotel Boise Downtowner
www.redlion.com,
1800 Fairview Ave, (208) 344-7691
0 u Z n " ^
Residence Inn by Marriott Boise Downtown | www.marriott.com,
1401 S Lusk Ave, (208) 344-1200
0 \ u n " ^
Safari Inn Downtown
www.safariinndowntown.com,
1070 Grove St, (208) 344-6556
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Shilo Inn - Boise Riverside
www.shiloinns.com,
3031 Main St, (208) 344-3521
Sun Liner Motel LLC
3433 Chinden Blvd, (208) 344-7647
Super 8 - Boise
www.super8.com, 2773 Elder St,
(208) 344-8871
0 \ u n " ^
The Grove Hotel
www.grovehotelboise.com,
254 S Capitol Blvd, (208) 383-8000
0 u n ^
The Riverside Hotel
riversideboise.com,
2900 W Chinden Blvd, (208) 343-1871
CALDWELL
Bed & Breakfasts
Bitner Vineyards Bed & Breakfast
www.bitnervineyards.com,
16645 Plum Rd, (208) 455-1870
\ n " ^
HAT Ranch Vineyard Guest Suite
www.hatranchwinery.com,
15343 Plum Rd (208) 994-6416
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Mrs. Hood’s Bed & Breakfast
1816 E Maple, (208) 459-2683
0 \ u Z n " ^
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Twin Springs Resort
twinspringsidaho.com, (208) 861-1226
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Wild Rose Manor Bed & Breakfast/Events
Center | www.wildrosemanor.com,
5800 Oasis Rd, (208) 454-3331
West River Inn
3525 Chinden Blvd, (208) 338-1155
Hotels & Motels
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Wolff Services
www.wolffservices.com,
511 E 46th St, Suite 2, (208) 387-0694
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RV Parks/Campgrounds
Boise Riverside RV Park
www.BoiseRiversideRVPark.com,
6000 N Glenwood St, (208) 375-7432
$ 4 u " X s 1 r ^
Hi Valley RV Park
www.g7rvresorts.com,
10555 Horseshoe Bend Rd,
(208) 939-8080
u Z " ^ $ 4 X s 1
Mountain View RV Park - Boise
www.boiservpark.com,
2040 Airport Way, (208) 345-4141
\ u Z n ^
Best Western Plus Caldwell Inn & Suites
www.bestwestern.com,
908 Specht Ave, (208) 454-7225
\ u n " ^
I-84 Motor Inn
505 Hannibal St, (208) 459-1536
n " ^
La Quinta Inn - Caldwell
www.lq.com, 901 Specht Ave,
(208) 454-2222
\ u n " ^
RV Parks/Campgrounds
Ambassador RV Resort
www.g7rvresorts.com,
615 S Smeed Pkwy, (208) 454-8584
$ 4 u " X s 1 ^
u " ^ $ 4 X s 1
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Caldwell Campground and RV Park
www.caldwellcampgroundandrvpark
llc.com/home, (208) 454-0279
Vacation Rentals
$ 4 " X s 1 r ^
Shilo Inn Suites - Boise Airport
www.shiloinns.com,
4111 Broadway Ave, (208) 343-7662
Pioneer Condominiums @ Bogus Basin
www.pioneercondos.com, (866) 799-3823
Country Corners RV Park & Campground
www.countrycornersrvpark.com,
17671 Oasis Rd, (208) 453-8791
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Sleep Inn - Boise
www.sleepinn.com, 2799 Airport Way,
(208) 336-7377
0 \ u Z n ^
SpringHill Suites by Marriott - Boise
www.marriott.com/boish,
6325 N Cloverdale Rd, (208) 939-8266
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Springhill Suites by Marriott - Boise
ParkCenter | www.marriott.com/boidt,
424 E Parkcenter Blvd, (208) 342-1044
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State Motel - Boise
1115 N 28th St, (208) 344-7254
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Vacasa Vacation Rentals
www.vacasarentals.com/usa/Idaho,
121 9th St, (503) 345-9399
n " ^
BRUNEAU
u " ^ $ 4 X s 1 r
CAMBRIDGE
Bucky’s Cafe & Motel
10 N Superior St, (208) 257-3330
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Black Sands Resort
28114 Black Sand Rd, (208) 834-2798
Bruneau One Stop RV Park & Campground
45251 Hwy 51, (208) 845-2511
Owyhee Bed & Breakfast
owyheebandb.com, 31063 T Ranch Rd,
(208) 908-2615
\ n
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Frontier Motel & RV Park
frontiermotel.net/, (208) 257-4000
u Z n " ^ $ 4 s 1 r
Gateway Motel, Store & Cafe
(208) 257-3531
n
Hells Canyon Adventures
www.hellscanyonadventures.com, 4200
Hells Canyon Dam Rd, (541) 785-3352
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Chalet RV Park
www.g7rvresorts.com, 418 S Main St,
(208) 325-8223
Airport Shuttle
^
Wi-Fi
\
Arrowhead RV Park
www.arrowheadpark.com,
955 S Hwy 55, (208) 382-4534
Free Breakfast
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u
Handicap Access
n
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Pets OK
The Pines RV Park
www.rvidaho.org, 910 S Main St,
(208) 382-5060
Z
Motor Coach Parking
$
Dump Station
4
Full Hookups
X Pull-thru Sites
1
Slideouts OK
r
Tenters Welcome
Mundo Idaho RV Park
idaho-rv.blogspot.com,
3016 Goodrich Rd, (208) 257-3849
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Mundo Idaho Hostel
3024 Goodrich Rd, (208) 257-3849
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CASCADE
Bed & Breakfasts
Wapiti Meadow Ranch
www.wapitimeadowranch.com,
1667 Johnson Creek Rd, (208) 633-3217
0 \ n ^
Guest Ranches
4D Longhorn Guest Ranch
www.4dranches.com,
450 Highvalley Rd, (208) 989-5851
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RV Parks/Campgrounds
Ashley Inn
www.TheAshleyInn.com,
500 N Main St, (208) 382-5621
0 \ u Z n ^
Bears Knight Inn & Gift Shop
www.bearsknightinn.com,
403 N Main, (208) 382-4370
u n ^
Birch Glen Lodge & Motel
www.BirchGlenLodge.com,
762 S Main St, (208) 382-4238
Z " ^
Pinewood Lodge Motel
www.thepinewoodlodge.com,
900 S Main St, (208) 382-4948
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$ 4 " X s 1 r ^
Water’s Edge RV Resort
www.WatersEdgeRvPark.com,
620 N Main St, (208) 382-3120
u Z " ^ 4 X s 1 r
Vacation Rentals
Bear’s Den
www.cascadevacation.com,
301 S Front St, (208) 382-4800
n "
Cascade Vacation Adventures
806 Basque Dr, (208) 740-1057
0 \ n
Cascade Vacation Rentals, Inc.
www.cascadevacation.com,
301 S Front St, (208) 382-4800
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Deadwood Outfitters
www.deadwoodoutfitters.com,
30 Landmark/Stanley Rd, (208) 365-8789
0 n ^ s 1 r
Island Ranch Vacation Retreat
iranchvacationrental.com,
10971 Hwy 55, (208) 382-3495
n ^
Tamarack Falls
www.cascadevacation.com,
301 S Front St, (208) 382-4800
n
Water’s Edge Vacation Rental
www.cascadevacation.com,
301 S Front St, (208) 382-4800
n
COUNCIL
Hodges RV Park
415 S Hornet St, (208) 253-6042
" ^ $ 4 X s 1 r
Idaho Resort Rentals
www.idahoresortrentals.com,
150 W Roseberry Rd, (208) 939-1066
n
SISCRA - Willow Creek Campground
www.siscraidaho.com,
12991 SISCRA Rd, (208) 325-8130
$ u " X s 1 r ^
Valet Vacation Rentals
www.valetvacationrentals.com,
141 N Main St, (208) 325-1009
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EAGLE
Hilton Garden Inn - Boise/Eagle
www.hiltongardeninn.com,
145 E Riverside Dr, (208) 938-9600
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Opitz Vacation Rental
www.vrbo.com/108707, (360) 481-2496
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EMMETT
Capitol Mobile & RV Park
1508 E Main, (208) 365-3889
" $ s
Frozen Dog Digs
www.frozendogdigs.com,
4325 Frozen Dog Rd, (208) 365-7372
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Holiday Motel & RV Park - Emmett
www.holidaymotelandrv.com,
1111 S Washington Ave, (208) 365-4479
n " ^ 4
FALL CREEK
Fall Creek Resort & Marina
www.fallcreekresort.net,
2147 S Fall Creek Rd, (208) 653-2242
u Z $ 4 s r
$ 4 u " X s 1 r ^
FEATHERVILLE
Pineridge
3443 Hwy 95, (208) 347-3900
Featherville Resort
411 N Pine-Featherville Rd, (208) 653-2310
$ 4 " X 1
Quail Hollow
2033 Highway 95, (208) 253-0013
Seven Devils Lodge Guest Ranch & Guide
Service | www.sevendevilslodge.com,
4043 Council-Cuprum Rd, (208) 253-3014
Starlite Motel - Council
Hwy 95, (208) 253-4868
n "
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Featherville Rentals
www.FeathervilleRentals.com, 4359 N
Pine Featherville Rd, (208) 653-2135
n " ^
FRUITLAND
Exit 3 RV Park
www.rvidaho.org, 2001 Hwy 30,
(208) 452-4232
$ 4 " X
Neat Retreat
www.neatretreat.com,
2700 Hwy 95, (208) 452-4324
$ 4 " X s 1 r ^
GARDEN VALLEY
Bed & Breakfasts
Walk on the Wild Side Bed & Breakfast
www.wildsidebb.com, 69 River Ranch
Rd, (208) 462-2734
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River Roads Bed & Breakfast
glennsferryidaho.org/river-roads-bedbreakfast, 1882 E Little Basin Rd,
(208) 366-2974
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Trail Break RV Park
www.trailbreakrvpark.com,
432 N Bannock, (208) 366-7745
4 " X s 1 r ^
Hotels & Motels
Garden Valley Motel
www.gardenvalleymotel.com,
1111 Banks-Lowman Rd, (208) 462-2911
HOMEDALE
RV Parks/Campgrounds
Riverpond Campground
www.riverpondcampground.com,
40 Middle Fork Rd, (208) 462-8000
X 1 r
Silver Creek Plunge
www.silvercreekplunge.com,
2345 Silver Creek Rd, (208) 739-3400
u r
Starlight RV Park & Campground
starlightmountaintheatre.com,
850 S Middle Fork Rd, (208) 462-5523
Snake River RV Resort LLC
SnakeRiverRV.com,
4030 River Resort Dr,
(208) 337-3744
$ 4 " X s 1 r
Sunnydale Motel
2 E Colorado, (208) 337-3302
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A One Step Away
www.aonestepaway.com,
112 Cottonwood St, (208) 392-4938
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Vacation Rentals
Garden Valley Cabin
www.gardenvalleycabin.com,
52 Scriver Bluff Rd, (877) 299-1169
Idaho City Backcountry Yurts
parksandrecreation.idaho.gov/
activities/yurts, (208) 334-4199
" ^
Trudy’s Kitchen, RV & Cabin
3878 Hwy 21, (208) 392-4151
Idaho Cabin Keepers
www.idahocabinkeepers.com,
1134 Banks Lowman Rd, (208) 462-3451
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Revel Cabin on the River - Crouch
www.RevelCabin.com, (208) 888-6510
n
Uncle Billy Bob’s Redneck Trailer Vacation
Rental | www.unclebillybobs.com,
609 S Middlefork Rd, (208) 462-5262
n "
GLENNS FERRY
Carmela RV Park
www.carmelavineyards.com/RV Park.
htm, 1294 W Madison, (208) 366-2773
" $ 4 X 1
Hanson’s Cafe & Motel
glennsferryidaho.org/hansons_cafe.
htm, 102 E 1st St, (208) 366-9983
" ^
Redford Motel
525 W 1st Ave, (208) 366-2421
MARSING
Givens Hot Springs
www.givenshotsprings.com,
11309 Hwy 78, (208) 495-2500
Whitehouse Motel
909 Main St, (208) 896-4130
River Haven RV Park
6920 Old Bruneau Hwy,
(208) 896-4268
4 u " X s 1 r
MCCALL
Bed & Breakfasts
The HUB Mountain House
thehubmountainhouse.com,
1308 Roosevelt Ave,
(208) 315-2945
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IDAHO CITY
Green Springs, LLC
www.greenspringsllc.com, 107 B
Cottonwood S, (208) 392-4400
4 " X 1 r
u n " ^ $ 4 X s 1 r
Z n 4 u s 1 r
GRAND VIEW
Grand View Hillside Motor Inn
650 Roosevelt, (208) 834-2500
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Sawtooth Lodge
www.sawtoothlodge.com,
Hwy 21, (208) 259-3331
Hotels & Motels
America’s Best Value Inn - McCall
www.americasbestvalueinnmccall.com,
415 N 3rd St, (208) 634-6300
\ u n " ^
Americas Best Value Inn & Suites
www.americasbestvalueinnmccall.com,
415 N 3rd St, (208) 634-6300
\ u " ^
Bear Creek Lodge - McCall
www.bearcreeklodgemccall.com,
3492 Hwy 55, (208) 634-3551
^ 4 " X 1
0 \ u n " ^
KUNA
Best Western Plus McCall Lodge & Suites
www.bestwesternmccall.com,
211 S 3rd St, (208) 634-2230
Information
Kuna Visitor Center
www.kunachamber.com,
123 Swan Falls Rd, (208) 922-9254
LOWMAN
Brundage Inn
www.brundagevacations.com,
1005 W Lake St, (208) 634-2344
u n " ^
Bair-Den Bed & Breakfast
15 Memory Ln, (208) 259-3572
\ n
New Haven Lodge/
Haven Hot Springs
www.havenhotsprings.com,
7655 Hwy 21, (208) 259-3344
n ^ $ 4 1
Sourdough Lodge & RV Resort
www.sourdoughlodge.com,
8406 Hwy 21, (208) 259-3326
n " $
Burgdorf Hot Springs
www.burgdorfhotsprings.com,
(208) 636-3036
"
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites The Hunt Lodge
www.thehuntlodge.com,
210 N 3rd St, (208) 634-4700
0 \ u Z n ^
Hotel McCall
www.hotelmccall.com,
1101 N 3rd St, (208) 634-8105
0 \ u Z n " ^
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Airport Shuttle
^
Wi-Fi
\
A Johnson & Company Vacation Rentals
www.idahoresortproperties.com,
110 N 3rd St, (208) 634-7134
Free Breakfast
u n ^
Brundage Bungalows
www.brundagevacations.com,
308 W Lake St, (208) 634-2344
u
Handicap Access
n
Non-smoking
"
Pets OK
Z
Motor Coach Parking
$
Dump Station
4
Full Hookups
Escape Cabins
www.escapecabins.net, (208) 890-7969
^
s Showers
1
Slideouts OK
n ^
r
Tenters Welcome
n "
Scandia Inn
www.thescandiainn.com,
401 N 3rd St, (208) 634-7394
n
Super 8 - McCall
www.super8.com, 303 S 3rd St,
(208) 634-4637
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The Shore Lodge
www.shorelodge.com,
501 W Lake St, (208) 634-2244
Lakeside Vacation Rentals
www.lakesiderentalsmccall.com,
945 Lick Creek Rd, (208) 315-2080
n ^
McCall Vacation Rentals
mccallidahovacationrentals.com,
PO Box 1162, (208) 761-7064
n " ^
McCall Vacations
www.mccallvacations.com,
(208) 634-7056
u n
mccallcabins.com
www.mccallcabins.com,
305 E Park St, Ste D, (208) 630-5045
Mill Park Condos
(208) 634-4151
Hampton Inn & Suites - Meridian
www.boisemeridiansuites.hampton
inn.com, 875 S Allen St, (208) 887-3600
0 \ u Z n ^
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Boise West Meridian | www.holidayinnexpress.com,
610 E Freeway Dr, (208) 288-2060
\ u Z n " ^
La Quinta Inn & Suites - Meridian
6634.lq.com, 800 S Allen St,
(208) 288-2100
\ u Z n "
Motel 6 Meridian
www.motel6meridian.com,
1047 S Progress Rd, (208) 888-1212
u n "
Mr. Sandman Inn & Suites
www.mrsandmaninn.com,
1575 S Meridian Rd, (208) 887-2062
0 \ u n ^
TownePlace Suites Boise West/Meridian
www.marriott.com/boibw,
1415 S Eagle Rd, (208) 884-8550
0 \ u Z n " ^
RV Parks/Campgrounds
Boise - Meridian KOA RV Resort
nwfamilyrvresorts.com,
184 W Pennwood St, (208) 888-7003
u Z " ^ $ 4 X s 1 r
Vacation Rentals
Accommodation Services
www.accommodationservices.com,
800 S Allen St, (208) 288-2100
The Bend at Blackhawk
www.thebendmccall.com,
11 Shooting Star Ln (208) 271-6158
n "
Pilgrim Cove Camp & Conference
Center | www.pilgrimcovecamp.org,
1075 Plymouth Rd, (208) 634-5555
n ^
Willey Ranch Outfitters
22813 Kingsbury Ln, (208) 573-0920
u Z " ^ $ 4 s r
Bed & Breakfasts
RV Parks/Campgrounds
Bella Vista ID B&B
www.BellaVistaID.com,
4601 Ramona St, (208) 866-6012
0 u Z n " ^
Reunion/Retreat Centers
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Lakeside at Harris Cove
www.mccallidaholakeside.com,
(208) 866-7597
X Pull-thru Sites
Rustic Inn
400 N 3rd St, (208) 634-7671
44
Vacation Rentals
Golden RV Park
www.goldenrvpark.com,
210 N 3rd St, (208) 634-4700
MERIDIAN
0 \ u
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Hotels & Motels
McCall Campground and RV Park
mccallcampground-rvpark.com,
190 Krahn Ln (208) 634-5165
Best Western Rama Inn
www.meridianramainn.com,
1019 S Progress Ave, (208) 887-7888
Z " ^ $ X s 1 r
McCall RV Resort - Northfork Lodge
www.grapevine7.com,
200 Scott St, (208) 634-5646
Z " ^ $ 4 u X s 1
\ u n
Country Inns & Suites
www.countryinns.com/meridianid,
3355 E Pine Ave, (208) 639-3300
\ u Z n ^
Payette Lakes Alpine Yurts
www.payettelakesalpineyurts.com,
(208) 634-7109
Courtyard by Marriott Boise West Meridian | www.marriott.com/boiwm,
1789 S Eagle Rd, (208) 888-0800
Snowed Inn
www.snowedinnmccall.com,
2250 Hwy 55, (208) 469-0874
0 u Z n ^
MIDDLETON
MIDVALE
Midvale Inn
90 N Depot St, (208) 550-5840
u n
MOUNTAIN HOME
Hotels & Motels
Best Western Foothills Inn
www.bestwestern.com/foothillsinn,
1080 Hwy 20, (208) 587-8477
\ u Z n " ^
Hampton Inn & Suites - Mountain Home
www.mountainhomesuites.hampton
inn.com, 3175 NE Foothills Ave,
(208) 587-7300
\ u n ^
Hilander Motel
615 S 3rd W, (208) 587-3311
n " ^
Mountain Home Inn
mountain-home-inn.magnusonhotels.
com, 1180 Hwy 20, (208) 587-9743
Rodeway Inn & Suites - Nampa
www.choicehotels.com,
130 Shannon Dr, (208) 442-0800
Meadow Creek Retreat
www.meadowcreekretreat.com,
3907 Yarrow Dr, (208) 850-1371
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Thunderbird Motel - Mountain Home
910 Sunset Strip, (208) 587-7927
Shilo Inn - Nampa Boulevard
www.shiloinns.com,
617 Northside Blvd, (208) 498-1000
OWYHEE
Z n " ^
Towne Center Motel
410 N 2nd E, (208) 587-3373
u "
RV Parks/Campgrounds
Cottonwood RV Park
cottonwoodrvpark.webs.com,
125 Bradford St, (208) 587-4426
$ 4 " X s 1 r
Fort Running Bear RV Park
www.fortrunningbear.com,
25094 Little Camas Reservoir Rd,
(208) 653-2494
u Z n " ^ $ 4 X s 1 r
Golden Rule Mobile Home Park
220 E 10th N, (208) 587-5111
4 u " X s 1 r ^
Mountain Home KOA
220 E 10th N, (208) 587-5111
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Mountain Home RV Park
www.mtnhomervpark.com,
2295 American Legion Blvd,
(208) 580-1211
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The Wagon Wheel
www.thewagonwheel.info,
1880 E 5th N, #3, (208) 587-5994
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Shilo Inn - Nampa Suites
www.shiloinns.com,
1401 Shilo Dr, (208) 498-1000
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Sleep Inn - Nampa
www.lodgingboise.com,
1315 Industrial Blvd, (208) 463-6300
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Super 8 - Nampa
www.super8.com, 624 Northside Blvd.,
(208) 467-2888
Mountain View Reservoir Campground
www.shopaitribes.org,
Hwy 51, (208) 759-3246
$ 4 u " 1 r
PARMA
Old Fort Boise RV Park
Hwy95, (208) 860-4396
$ 4 u " s r
PAYETTE
Payette Motel
625 S Main St, (208) 642-2203
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PINE
Garrity Blvd RV Park
3515 Garrity Blvd, (208) 442-9000
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Mason Creek RV Park
807 Franklin Blvd, (208) 465-7199
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NEW MEADOWS
Hotels & Motels
Hartland Inn
www.thehartlandinn.com,
211 N Norris Ave, (208) 347-2114
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Deer Creek Lodge
730 S Pine-Featherville Rd.,
(208) 653-2454
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Hayhurst Bed & Breakfast
www.HayhurstBnB.com,
810 S Twin Pine Dr, (208) 653-2135
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Nester’s Pine Motel
54 E Nester Dr, (208) 653-2210
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Nester’s Riverside Campground
54 E Nester Dr, (208) 653-2210
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NAMPA
Meadows Valley Motel
www.meadowsvalleymotel.com,
302 N Norris St, (208) 347-2175
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Fairfield Inn & Suites - Nampa
www.marriott.com/boinp,
16150 N Midland Blvd, (208) 467-5888
RV Parks/Campgrounds
Y Stop General Store
1260 W Long Gulch Rd, (208) 868-3249
Meadows RV Park
www.rvpark.com/idaho.htm,
3278 Hwy 55, (208) 347-2325
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Hampton Inn & Suites Boise/Nampa at
the Idaho Center | www.hamptoninn.com,
5750 E Franklin Rd, (208) 442-0036
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Holiday Inn Express and Suites - Nampa
www.hiexpress.com/nampaid,
4104 E Flamingo Ave, (208) 466-4045
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Hostel Boise - A Country Place
www.hostelboise.com,
17322 Can-Ada Rd, (208) 467-6858
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Nampa Downtown Inn
nampadowntowner.com,
908 3rd St S, (208) 466-3594
$ 4 " X s
Pinehurst Resort Cabins & RV
www.pinehurstresort.us,
5604 Hwy 95, MP 182,
(208) 628-3323
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Zim’s Hot Springs
2995 Zims Rd, (208) 347-2686
$ 4 " s 1 r ^
PRAIRIE
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www.historicsilvercityidaho.com,
(208) 583-4104
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Cougar Mountain Lodge
9738 Hwy 55, (208) 382-4464
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Vacation Rentals
STANLEY
A Meadow Creek Cabin
www.idaho-vacationcabins.com,
(208) 870-5684
Valley Creek Lodge & RV Park
www.stanleyidaho.com,
1060 Eva Falls, (208) 774-3606
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Galloway Inn
www.gallowayhouseinn.com,
1120 E 2nd St, (208) 549-1719
Rivers Edge RV Park & Campground
Wilder | 28522 Lower Pleasant Rd,
(208) 482-6560
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Colonial Motel
www.colonialmotel.us,
251 E Main St, (208) 549-0150
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Indianhead Motel & RV Park
747 Hillcrest Ave, (208) 549-0331
Alpine Village Lodge
(208) 385-0271
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State Street Motel
www.statestreetmotel.com,
1279 State St, (208) 414-1390
Murph’s RV Park
(208) 633-6677
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RV Parks/Campgrounds
Zena Creek Ranch
3134 Lick Creek Rd, (208) 442-2522
Gateway RV Park & Laundromat
229 E 7th St, (208) 549-5457
Vacation Rentals
Amenities Key
SOUTHWEST IDAHO
WARM LAKE
North Shore Lodge
www.northshorelodgeidaho.com,
175 N Shoreline Dr, (208) 632-2000
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Warm Lake Lodge & Resort
(208) 632-3553
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YELLOW PINE
Pioneer Guest House
1203 W 3rd St, (208) 549-2044
Hotels & Motels
Yellow Pine General Store and Motel
315 Yellow Pine Ave, (208) 633-3300
Yellow Pine Lodge
360 Yellow Pine Ave, (208) 633-3377
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Monroe Creek Campground & RV Park
www.monroecreek.com,
822 Hwy 95, (208) 549-2026
Mary’s Cabins
(208) 633-6677
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