Cascade is a charming little mountain town set along the shores of Lake Cascade, a 47-square mile lake that provides year-round enjoyment.
Whether you’re exploring wine country or just looking for a central location to explore the Treasure Valley, Caldwell makes a great base.
Once a quiet bedroom community, Meridian has grown into perhaps the most family-centric destination in Idaho.
Yellow Pine is one of those off-the-beaten-path destinations that charms you. There’s the great outdoors, of course — it’s situated east of McCall in Idaho’s West Central Mountains — but there’s also events, history, and a charming downtown.
Star is a quiet small town, proud to maintain its sense of community and all-American spirit.
Silver City, Idaho is a historic mining town with attractions that include preserved 19th-century buildings, hiking trails, and…
Historic and scenic, Placerville is located in the center of a plethora of classic Idaho trappings like hiking, camping, the Payette River, and the Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway.
Located along the south fork of the Boise River, Pine is surrounded by towering Ponderosa Pines on the northern edge of Anderson Ranch Reservoir. Within just a few miles, you can enjoy countless trails, campsites, fishing, and more.
New Meadows sits at the junction of Highways 55 and 95 in the Southwest Idaho mountains. It’s a quiet mountain town that provides easy access to McCall, but also a number of hiking, biking, horseback riding, and other outdoor activities.
The third largest city in Idaho, Nampa serves as a gateway to Idaho’s wine country along with featuring a range of attractions all their own.