The Albeni Falls Dam Visitor Center is located two miles east of Newport, WA on US Highway 2. Restrooms, drinking fountains, informational brochures and shaded picnic areas are available.
The tallest sand dune rises 470 feet above two small lakes. There are opportunities for fishing, hiking, camping and star gazing at Idaho's largest public observatory.
This 54-mile long reservoir is a beautiful haven for boating and fishing with developed campgrounds and primitive campsites nestled in coves.
Information about animals, hydropower, water safety, logging, and facts and information about the area.
Garden Valley is situated between two rivers, The South and Middle Forks of the Payette River. This beautiful valley offers a unique lifestyle and recreational opportunities.
Lake Lowell, near Nampa, is the site of 11,000-acre Deer Flat Wildlife Refuge, open for wildlife watching, fishing, hunting, and environmental education.
The Teton River flows north in a slow meandering course through Teton Valley, known to pioneers as "Pierre's Hole".