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Searching for an easy way to enjoy a rugged midwestern adventure? Then you should book an RV in Idaho Falls. In eastern Idaho, the city is a metropolis surrounded by robust wilderness and wild waters. It lies in the shadow of Grand Teton, nestled in the Rocky Mountains. The nearby Snake River was once a fearsome flowing monster, until it was dammed and diverted in the mid-20th century. It turned the land into fertile fields suitable for farming. What was left of the Snake River turned into the picturesque waterfalls the city is known for today.
The Idaho Falls Greenbelt winds over five miles on both sides of the river. A system of trails run through the park, allowing visitors spectacular views of the falls. The Greenbelt also features a disc golf course, picnic areas, playgrounds, boat ramps, monuments, and many historic memorials. Idaho Falls is a hub for arts and culture. There’s also a long list of great restaurants to try. Downtown a lovely place to stroll, day or night. Getting around this charming city in your Idaho Falls, ID rental RV won’t be too much trouble either, as the roads are well maintained and developed.
Idaho Falls is central to outdoor adventure! Harriman State Park is just a little over an hour away. This park consists of 11,000 acres of backcountry in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. It’s a wildlife refuge, home to animals like sandhill cranes, trumpeter swans, moose, elk, and bear. The area has an abundance of trout, luring in fly fishers from all over the world. It’s also an excellent place for hiking, biking, and horse riding in warmer months. In winter, the Nordic ski area opens for skiing, snowboarding, and fat bike riding over more than 24 miles of trails. Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve lies to the east in the plains outside Arco. This strange landscape shows a violent volcanic past where craters formed from eruptions and lava flow. Hike the trails, climb the craters, or go for a drive on Loop Road. Take the Idaho Falls RV rental and camp for a few days. The park has been granted International Dark Sky status, making this a premier stargazing destination.
You can take the Idaho Falls rental motorhome south to Massacre Rocks State Park in Power County. Massacre Rocks is a famous stop along the Oregon and California trails. The area was also known as the “Gate of Death" or "Devil's Gate". The camping areas are RV friendly. Popular activities include hiking, disc golf, biking, fishing, boating and basketball. On the border of Wyoming is the Caribou-Targhee National Forest. Covering over three million acres, the wilderness is vast and breathtaking. Trek to Mesa Falls and watch rainbows form in the spray. Osprey and eagles are usually spotted in the area. Go fishing or kayaking on Bear Lake. Beat the heat in Minnetonka Cave where the temperature stays 40ºF year round. There are hundreds of miles of trails, countless RV-friendly dispersed campsites, plus dozens of campgrounds, and so much more!
You won’t have to go far to find a place to park the rental RV in Idaho Falls for the night. Snake River RV Park is right in town and pet-friendly. Sites have water and electric hookups, and guests can enjoy the swimming pool or hot tub any time. Plus, its prime location puts this park close to downtown Idaho Falls. Shady Rest Campground is another good option. It’s right off of Yellowstone Highway and near several large fueling stations. Plus, excellent restaurants and shopping are right down the road. South Tourist Park rests right along the Snake River. Sites here are shady and the park is close to attractions in town, plus guests will have exclusive access to a private boat ramp to the river.
Juniper Campground in Ririe is a good option for the Idaho Falls travel trailer rental. The grounds are lush, shady and well maintained. Sites are roomy, equipped with full hookups and have individual fire pits. If you have an ATV or dirtbike to ride, you could consider Idaho Dunes RV in Saint Anthony. Campers have exclusive access to the St. Anthony Sand Dunes Recreation Area and 25 acres of campground to roam. The park even offers ATV and trailer rentals. The Palisades RV Park might be the prettiest park in the state. Nestled in Swan Valley near the base of Blacktail Butte, campsites come with majestic views of the mountains and sparkling water of the reservoir.
Getting out and about in Idaho Falls is fun! The Idaho Falls Zoo at Tautphaus Park is one of the most popular attractions in the city. The zoo boasts an aviary, primate house, big cat enclosure, petting zoo, plus more. Catch a show at The Willard Art Center or The Colonial Theatre where they regularly host concerts, plays and musicals. Jump back in time at the Museum of Idaho. It features an exhibit on the Lewis and Clark expedition as well as showcases many traveling displays. The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho showcases contemporary art from locals and emerging artists. Idaho Falls hosts its share of festivals and celebrations each year. On the Fourth of July, join in the Melaleuca Freedom Celebration at the Greenbelt. For live music, the Roaring Youth Jam is a must see. In the spring, the local farmers market is a fresh and delicious experience. All that’s missing from Idaho Falls is you. Don’t wait to rent an RV!