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Whether you are searching for a first-class, discount Idaho Falls Hotel to serve as home base for your hiking exploration of Harriman State Park near Yellowstone National Park, or a modern Boise business hotel with the finest amenities, we have what you desire. Great rates and the widest selection of accommodations, that's what you will find in our Idaho Hotel Guide.

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Clear running creeks, snow-peaked mountains, lush green forests that go on forever – this is Idaho! Fascinating monikers draw you to sites such as Seven Devils Mountains in Hells Canyon, North America’s deepest gorge near Lewiston. Or how about Hell’s Half Acre National Landmark, which sports a 5,200-year-old lava flow? Halfway between Boise and Idaho Falls lies the truly unique Craters of the Moon National Monument’s caves and lava tubes.

Idaho Falls on the Snake River is consistently named to many “Best” lists each year! Many Idaho hotel accommodations are located in or near the larger cities, primarily the modern city and state capital, Boise, with almost 3 million forested acres to its north and east. Picturesque Coeur d’Alene’s lake setting in Idaho’s north region has contributed to it becoming an appealing resort destination – play a golf course with the world’s first floating green 150 yards offshore!

Enjoy far-flung vistas from rocky crags at Harriman State Park on the west edge of Yellowstone National Park, a portion of which lies in Idaho. The Nez Perce National Historical Park edges into the state as well. Near Castleford, see the Balanced Rock, 40 tons precariously perched upon a ledge 3 feet by 17 inches, or the 80-foot high Natural Bridge near King Mountain. Snake River Birds of Prey conservation area preserves the largest concentration of nesting eagles, hawks and falcons in North America.

Follow the Idaho Golf Trail to play ten of the most scenic courses ever, thrill to whitewater rafting on the Snake River, hit the slopes at Sun Valley ski resort or soothe your weary bones at Lava Hot Springs. The Gem State is one-of-a-kind!

Best Idaho Parks

Bruneau Dunes State Park

It’s not hard to spot a 470 foot tall sand dune! Hike to explore desert, dune, prairie and marshland. Excellent fishing and non-motorized water fun may be found at small lakes at the foot of the dunes. A nighttime Observatory is available for stargazing.  Find Discount Hotels near Bruneau Dunes State Park.

Craters of the Moon National Monument

Described as “weird” and “eerily wondrous”, the landscape of this park gives visitors a real insight into the world of volcanoes. Take the 7 mile loop road, stopping at various viewpoints to explore the unusual volcanic features. For more adventure, hike the North Crater Flow or Devil’s Orchard Trails; with a permit, you may explore lava tube caves. Find Discount Hotels near Craters of the Moon National Monument.

Nez Perce National Historical Park

Spilling over into 3 other states, this seemingly endless park celebrates the land where many generations of Nez Perce have lived. Thirty-eight sites are marked, including two historic battlefields and 3 visitor centers, so plan your route ahead of time! Hiking and river trails are available for incredible wildlife and nature viewing; see petrogylphs, pictographs and the site where Lewis and Clark built canoes. Find Discount Hotels near Nez Perce National Historical Park.


This exciting theme park offers 65 rides, including five roller coasters – the newest is Aftershock – be prepared for 65 mph speeds flying straight toward the ground, backwards and forwards! Ready for more? A plethora of classic rides such as the Scrambler, bumper cars, Tilt-a-whirl and a ferris wheel offer endless thrills and excitement. Boulder Beach Water Park boasts a 55 mph water slide, a lazy river and two enormous wave pools as well as a splashground just for kids. Ricochet Rapids is the newest adventure you can experience on family-sized rafts. Board the Silverwood Central Railroad for an old-fashioned steam engine train ride, and be mystified at the daily Vegas-style Magic Show. Find Discount Hotels near Silverwood.

Thousand Springs State Park

Visit Thousand Springs to see why it is called the Magic Valley! A hike down Box Canyon rewards you with a view of springs, and you can still see 19th century bridge abutments at Kelton Trail. Don’t miss the astonishing Malad Gorge, best viewed from a bridge over the canyon. Tour historic buildings at Ritter Island and Bonnieview or throw out a line at Crystal Lake. Find Discount Hotels near Thousand Springs State Park.

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