Mountain Home was once a desert oasis along the Oregon Trail and, even today, it remains a central location for travelers exploring southern Idaho.
Melba makes accessing some of Idaho’s best agricultural, viticultural, and historical experiences easy.
Hugging the shimmering shores of Payette Lake, McCall is a popular mountain getaway for Idahoans and visitors from all over the world.
Marsing is an agricultural community that has evolved to become the heart of Idaho’s burgeoning wine country.
Many consider Lowman the gem of the Boise National Forest. It’s a charming town in its own right, but surrounded by some of the most magnificent wilderness in the Lower 48.
Kuna is a bedroom community of Boise that offers some of Southwest Idaho’s most unique experiences.
Idaho City is a picturesque mountain town that offers visitors a unique combination of outdoor adventure and rich history.
Bordered by the Boise Foothills and the Payette River, Horseshoe Bend offers hiking, fishing, river sports like SUPing and kayaking, and fabulous restaurants — all within just a few miles of each other.
Located on the south side of the Snake River, Grand View offers all of the charms of many Southwest Idaho small towns, and adds a deep sense of history and plenty of local events.
This small town is home to several historic sites, including the Three Island Crossing State Park, which marks the spot where pioneers crossed the Snake River along the Oregon Trail.