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About Idaho Vacation Rentals

Idaho, the fastest growing state in the US, is a charming tourist destination for tourists the world over. It is bordered by six popular states in all directions—Wyoming and Montana on the east; Oregon and Washington on the west; British Columbia on the North and Utah and Nevada on the South. It has a variable climate and abounds with mountains, dense forests, parks, lakes, rivers and sound dunes. The adventurous activities often indulged in here include hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, whitewater rafting, snowboarding, snowshoeing, skijoring, etc. For the accommodation of tourists, there are various types of vacation home rentals in Idaho—villas, cottages, condos, chalets and cabins.

Why Visit Idaho?

There are many reasons that make tourists sane to visit Idaho—watching dazzling waterfalls, climbing the rocks, getting closer to heavenly bodies, bursting stress, enjoying life on rivers and visiting parks and monuments.

Things to Visit in Idaho 

Idaho boasts many attractions that have made most tourists go gaga over them. Some of the most noted ones include the following:

Boise River Greenbelt: This is a 25-mile long tree-lined route. On its either side, there are many dazzling natural attractions, such as the Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial, Julia Davis Park and the campus of Boise State University. Here, tourists can stroll long distance to see nature trails and different species of plants.

Shoshone Falls: Located on the northeast edge of Twin Falls, this is an amazing attraction for tourists. It is also famous as the ‘Niagara of the West’. It is known to have been made by the turbulent waves of Snake River. It provides swimming spots, hiking trails and scenic overlooks to tourists. It is a beautiful place for tourists to enjoy picnics and barbecues.

Hell's Canyon National Recreation Area:The astonishing thing about this attraction is that it is the deepest gorge in North America. Tourists can enjoy spectacular views here. The activities that they can enjoy here are horseback trails and hiking, raft tripping. During winter, it becomes more enjoyable for snowmobilers and skiers.

Sawtooth National Recreation Area: This area is spread over 756,000 acres of land and lies within the Sawtooth National Forest. Here, tourists can enjoy hiking, equestrian trails and visit alpine lakes. In addition, other recreational activities include fishing, mountain biking, snowmobiling and cross country skiing. Thus, tourists will have a good time here in the midst of nature trails.

Sun Valley Resort: This resort has excellent infrastructure for tourists. It is a perfect place for those, who are fond of skiing. It has thirteen chairlifts and features a Nordic Center for snowshoers and skiers. In addition, Heli-Skiing is another enjoyable activity in this region. During summer, this resort becomes more enjoyable for outdoor adventurers.

Beaches near Idaho 

Beaches are the best places for tourists to chillax. The most sparkling beaches of Idaho are explained below:

Pettit Lake: Located in the Sawtooth Valley, this lake has smooth beaches. The enjoyable activities on this include canoeing, kayaking and fishing. Tourists can enjoy spectacular views here—rolling hills, majestic peaks of the lake, etc.

Bear Lake: This is a huge Caribbean lake with beaches. It has turquoise-blue water and palm trees all around. The activities often indulged in here are fishing, jet skiing, sailing, swimming and water skiing. Watercrafts, canoes and kayaks are available in local shops for tourists.

Payette Lake: This Lake has many beaches for tourists. Davis Beach is one of them that has caught the attention of tourists. Sunsets are amazing sights here. Tourists can enjoy camping, boating, fishing and swimming.

Redfish Lake: This is one of the most sought-after lakes in Idaho. It has both rocky shorelines and sandy beaches. Tourists can enjoy cruising, shuttle riding, canoeing and kayaking and paddle boating.

Cascade Lake: This Lake has amazing waterfront beaches and good weather. It provides many exciting opportunities to tourists, such as swimming, boat touring, jet skiing, overlooking the lakes, etc.  

Best Time to Visit Idaho

The best time to visit Idaho is from June 4th to September 30th.  During these months, the weather remains moderate and there are the least chances of rainfall and snowfall.

How to Visit Idaho?

Tourists can visit Idaho from any part of the world without much hustle and bustle. The major airports located here include Boise Airport, Idaho Falls Regional Airport, Friedman Memorial Airport, Pocatello Regional Airport and Magic Valley Regional Airport. In addition, the local means of transport include bus, car and train services.

Vacation Home Rentals in Idaho

To book vacation home rentals in Idaho, tourists are advised to contact Find American Rentals, one of the best Idaho vacation rentals by owner. It provides no-booking-fee vacation rentals to tourists at the best prices.