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Idaho invites you to take the road less traveled on one of its scenic byways, many on your way to one of the RV parks in Idaho. Some byways have historic significance, others provide access to natural attractions and outdoor recreation—all have extraordinary scenic beauty. While camping in Idaho, become an explorer and walk, hike or drive in the footsteps Lewis and Clark on the Salmon River Scenic Byway..
As one of the most mountainous states in the West, Idaho possesses numerous awe-inspiring peaks. It’s been said if you flatten all the mountains in Idaho, the state would be the size of Texas. Another high spot is the Shoshone Falls, among the most spectacular of natural beauties along the Snake River. At 212 feet, the falls are higher than Niagara Falls. The Snake River Plain offers wide-open vistas and acres and acres of irrigated farm lands.
Although Idaho’s top attractions tend to be stunning vistas or immense canyons, while camping in Idaho, take time to visit some of the interesting museums, mining era towns, galleries, theater, and historical sites. And the whole time while visiting RV parks in Idaho, you’ll be surrounded by friendly, helpful people.
Today’s Idaho can also be cosmopolitan. Boise, the capital and largest city, has grown to a population of 190,000 and can whet your appetite for all things city: five-star restaurants, fine shopping, concerts, and plays. RV parks in Idaho place you adjacent to all this and more.
RV parks in Idaho are treasures, which is appropriate because Idaho is also known as the Gem State. Idaho produces 72 types of precious and semi-precious stones—some found nowhere else in the world.
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