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Outdoor activities farther from Boise: Shoshone Falls

Shoshone Falls is often referred to as “The Niagra Falls of the West.”  At 212ft and 900ft wide, which actually makes it bigger than Niagara Falls. If you have never been, the best time to be viewed is during the spring and early summer months when flows are high, and...

Outdoor activities farther from Boise: Redfish Lake

Redfish Lake is the largest lake in the Sawtooth Mountains. U.S. Forest Service has developed some facilities for hiking, camping, and water sports. North Shore has a seasonal hotel and marina called Redfish Lake Lodge. The lodge offers a ferry service for hikers and...

Outdoor activities Farther from Boise: Payette Lake

Payette Lake is the centerpiece of activity in Mccall. The 5330-acre lake is excellent for boating, swimming, fly fishing, kayaking, jet skiing, and more! There are plenty of sandy beaches. It also offers 1000 acres of natural wilderness, campsites, hiking trails. ...

Outdoor activities farther from Boise: Rafting the Salmon River

The Salmon River is also referred to as “The River of No Return.” It flows 425 miles through central Idaho. The Salmon River is loaded with giant roller coaster rapids, deep greens pools of slow-moving water perfect for swimming, lined with white sand beaches to make...

Outdoor activities semi-close to Boise: Camping

However you camp, tent, RV, out in the open sky, Idaho has hundreds of camping locations to choose from. Near or far from Boise. Here are some websites, all of which also have apps for your android or iOS, to help you find your next family camping adventure!...

Outdoor activities semi- close to Boise: Fishing

The Boise River offers miles of fishing here in town along with parks throughout Boise and neighboring cities with ponds! You can probably find a pond to fish within just a couple miles from your house! Don't forget the major rivers that extend outside of Boise we...

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