Idaho Falls Travel Guide
Welcome to Idaho Falls!
Although the highways from Idaho Falls lead to the nearby Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, the city is much more than just a gateway to these popular destinations. Idaho Falls is an outdoor wonderland, as each season offers new recreational activities, which can include biking, hiking, hunting, fishing, skiing, snowmobiling and rafting. North of Idaho Falls is Yellowstone Bear World, a wildlife park where a variety of animals, including black bears, grizzlies, elk and reindeer, can be seen in their natural habitat. Visitors seeking to enjoy the city's vibrant entertainment and cultural scene appreciate the variety of exhibits, fairs and live concerts hosted each year. Whether visiting the Museum of Idaho or the Idaho Vietnam Memorial, cruising the trails on the Snake River Greenbelt or one of the city's 39 parks, Idaho Falls is a jewel waiting to be discovered.
The Tautphaus Park Zoo is open from April to October and features a walk-through aviary.
Hotels & Motels
A restaurant and lounge are located adjacent to the Best Western Cotton Tree Inn.
Six day river trips and specialty trips include the renowned river cuisine.