Southeastern Idaho is a destination for outdoor lovers, and it’s no secret why. Hike to a hidden mountain lake, explore miles of hiking and biking trails, visit the Idaho Potato Museum and end the day with a hot spring soak. History seekers will find sites and museums connected to the Oregon Trail throughout this area as well as the Fort Hall Replica.
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36 Hours in Lava Hot Springs
Soak in hot springs, zip line, race down waterslides and make a splash while tubing the river.
Planning a Historical Family Vacation in Idaho
Just because summer is in full swing doesn’t mean the learning (or fun!) has to stop.
Idaho State University: A Weekend Guide to Visiting Pocatello
Discover the endless opportunities to experience Pocatello's culture, history and outdoor recreation.
The Idaho Birding Trail: Why You Should Check It Out
Southeastern Idaho is prime territory for birders.
Learn About Idaho’s Native Nations
The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes are one of five federally recognized tribes in Idaho. Learn more about the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes at the Fort Hall Reservation or the Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Museum.