Take a Piece of SW Idaho Home
Your visit may only last days or, if you’re lucky, weeks, but the memories can go on and on…
especially if you pick the right souvenir to take home with you.
To help, we’ve assembled a guide to some of our favorite Southwest Idaho gifts, keepsakes, and mementos sure to spark some happy memories.
Food & Treats
Weiser Classic Candies
Bring the fun with lots of yum (and love)…
Weiser Classic Candies: Located in its namesake town of Weiser, this family-owned company creates chocolates, truffles, fudge, and so much more. Don’t miss their selection of Huckleberry deliciousness. Gift boxes available. More on their website.
Volcanic Farms Pies: Who doesn’t love a fresh pie? Well, be sure to stop by Volcanic Farms in Horseshoe Bend. Made fresh and ready to travel, these pies represent the Heffner family’s tradition of farming, baking, and caring for others. See what’s cookin’ on their website.
City Peanut Shop: This charming downtown Boise storefront offers gift tins, locally-made honey roasted peanut butter (yum!), and gourmet popcorn. While the nuts may not all come from Idaho, they are roasted and hand-crafted right in the shop. Learn more on their website.
The Chocolat Bar: Handmade artisan chocolates and other confections in the heart of downtown Boise. The selection is huge and delectable with plenty of gift-ready options. Browse the goodies and learn more on their website.
Idaho Wines: With dozens of wineries — and a handful of cideries — you can definitely find a gift for any taste bud. Check out the Idaho Wine Commission website for details on a Southwest Idaho winery near you.
Clothing & Accessories
Foster Weld Buckles
Wear your where…
Foster Weld Buckles: Gotta love these. Garden City’s Foster Weld offers beautiful custom belt buckles, bottle openers, keychains, and more — all with an Idaho theme. Really unique. Find it all on their website.
La Rosa Hats: Based in Donnelly, Lynley Ann Rosa crafts stunning handmade Western-style hats. Choose from the existing collection at the shop or commission a custom beauty to call your own. More on their website.
Wear Boise Clothing: The original Boise- and Idaho-themed clothing shop. Find fun and comfy apparel with sayings and art that reflect the SW Idaho lifestyle. Check out the fun stuff on their website.
Stewart’s Gem Shop: Not clothing, exactly, but definitely accessories. Stewart’s specializes in jewelry made from Star Garnet — a beautiful gemstone that is one reason Idaho is known as “the gem state.” Absolutely stunning. Find your star gift (for you or someone else) at their website.
Gift & Gift Shops
OH Honey Bee-stro Honey
All your shopping in a handful of stops…
Idaho Made Gifts: This is a fun one-stop shop for all-things Idaho. Located in Old Boise, this adorable shop is filled with everything from food to clothes to art. Browse at their website.
Bond & Bevel Leather Goods: This downtown Caldwell shop features hand-designed and hand-built leathers bags, aprons, and accessories, as well as other clothing and outdoor gear. Find gifts large and small at their website.
Six Creeks Mercantile: Located in charming Glenns Ferry, Six Creeks is a classic mercantile with a mix of just about everything. Bake goods, bulk veggies, and yes, plenty of sundries and Idaho-style gifts. More information can be found on their website.
OH Honey Bee-stro Honey: mmmmmmm… local honey and beeswax products tucked in a little coffee shop in scenic Cambridge. A must stop! Learn more on their Facebook page.
Idaho City Trading Post: Find gemstones, jewelry, huckleberry jam, and mountain-themed gifts galore in Historic Idaho City. Check out their gallery here.
Wildflower Boutique Idaho: From soaps to snacks to everything this and that, this Kuna boutique is a blast to wander for locally made gifts. Check out their Facebook page for more.
Rural Lane Collective: A charming boutique in Glenns Ferry offers Idaho and Glenns Ferry-inspired gifts from local small businesses and artists. Find collections at their website.
Gifts or Keeps: Mountain Home’s home for jewelry, wood signs, and gifts galore! Find gifts and more on their website.
Taters Boise: Loads of Idaho-themed gifts from chocolate covered potato chips to local candies and clothing to cutting boards, this longtime Boise business has you covered. Find it all on their website.
The Country Corner: Souvenirs with a side of ice cream. Find soaps, stickers, mugs, and more in this New Meadows landmark. Check out their Facebook page for more.
Artisans of Idaho: Local, hand-crafted gifts ranging from art to artisanal soaps, woodworking, and so much more. All in the heart of Meridian. Learn more on their website.
Did we miss something? If you have a favorite Idaho gift idea, please let us know — we’d love to include it!
Where you stay can be a defining memory of any trip. So choose wisely. We’ve assembled some ideas and inspiration for unforgettable places to stay on your next visit to Southwest Idaho.