2013 Attractions



Here in the West we have plenty of wide open spaces and lots and lots of fantastic scenery. Rugged mountains divided by rolling plains characterize the diverse environment that you will experience while you are here. To the east are the spectacular National Parks of Yellowstone and Grand Teton and all the great roads that come with them, not to mention the surrounding gorgeous mountains and, oh yeah, the wild west town of Jackson, Wyoming. To the west is rolling country and rugged terrain where you can see vast, broken lava fields, craters, and the first steps in this country’s nuclear development. To the south is beautiful Bear Lake (did I mention more mountains?) and portions of the original road adventure, the Oregon Trail. To the north are windy river valleys with towns like Salmon, Chalis, Stanley, and Sun Valley to explore. Once you’ve seen and ridden this area the memories will burn themselves into your soul like a rancher’s red-hot branding iron.

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Close By Attractions

Museum of Idaho

The Museum of Idaho is Idaho’s premier national traveling exhibit museum and is dedicated to preserving and showcasing the natural and cultural history of Idaho and the Intermountain West.

(208) 522-1400
Address: 200 N Eastern Avenue
Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Idaho Falls Greenbelt River Walk

The greenbelt is a six-mile path situated next to the beautiful Snake River that is furnished with benches and decorated with trees. It is one of Idaho Falls’ most beautiful attractions.

This is Idaho Falls on the Snake River

Tautphaus Park Zoo

Tautphaus Park Zoo maintains the most diverse animal collection in Idaho. The zoo is home to a large population of animals from six continents. The zoo’s natural habitats provide haven to such species as snow leopards, camels and penguins.

(208) 612-8552
Address: 2725 Carnival Way
Idaho Falls, ID 83405

The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho

The Art Museum features four galleries filled with dynamic, changing exhibits from regional artists. The children’s gallery features works of local students.

(208) 524-7777
300 S. Capital Avenue
Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Willard Arts Center & Colonial Theater

The Willard Arts Center is Eastern Idaho’s premiere visual and performing arts facility. Made up of three buildings, it offers a beautiful art gallery, children’s art gallery, art classes, and the 970-seat Colonial Theater.

(208) 522-0471
498 A St
Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Actor’s Repertory Theatre of Idaho

Actor’s Repertory Theatre of Idaho produces challenging and innovative interpretations of classical, contemporary and new works.

(208) 522-8450
257 W. Broadway
Idaho Falls, ID 83401

Idaho Falls Chukars Baseball

The Idaho Falls Chukars (Kansas City Royals organization) have been playing Minor League Professional Baseball for over 60 years. Come and experience the thrilling action of Chukars Baseball as they battle the Pioneer League.

(208) 522-8363
568 W. Elva St
Idaho Falls, ID 83402

North Forty Family Fun Center

North forty Family Fun Center is a quality source of laughter and enjoyment in Idaho.

3195 N Yellowstone Highway
Idaho Falls,ID 83401

Action Motosports Idaho Falls ID.

Action is one of the Rally Sponsors, and have been serving the Southeast since 1989. Action Motor Sports features brands like Polaris, Kawasaki, Honda, Suzuki, Reinell, and many more.

Action Motosports


Get a tour of the Klim Headquarters. Klim is one of the Rally Sponsors. KLIM Technical Riding Gear is the global leader in designing, developing and manufacturing the most advanced motor sports apparel for the snowmobile and motorcycle rider. Utilizing the world’s highest technologies in waterproof, breathable, durable and comfortable materials, KLIM builds gear for the most demanding riders.

Klim HQ

Attractions A Bit Further Out

Fort Henry Historic Byway

This route begins at North Rexburg U.S. 20 Exit, onto Salem Highway, to St. Anthony Sand Dunes on Red Roadand on to A-2 Road Junction.  Continue on A-2 north, then east to Island Park and U.S.20.  Views include wide-open sagebrush lands, rustic ranchlands, the Nez Perce Trail and Indian battlegrounds; 81 miles.

Fort Henry

Lost Gold Trails Loop

This 47.8 mile loop detours from the Fort Henry Historic Byway through Dubois and Spencer.  Attractions along the way include the Heritage Hall and Sheep Experiment Station in Dubois and opal mines in Spencer.  Full services are available in Dubois and partial services in Spencer.

Lost Gold Trail Byway

Lewis and Clark Back Country Byway

The byway is located 20 miles southeast of Salmon off of Idaho 28.  Turn east from Idaho 28 at the Tendoy store (named for Chief Tendoy of the Lemhi-Shoshone).  Follow a loop to Lemhi Pass at the Continental Divide and back to Tendoy.  The byway offers majestic views of the Beaverhead and Bitterroot Mountains and traverses a portion of the Lewis and Clark Trail; 39 miles.

Mesa Falls Scenic Byway

This byway begins at the Junction of U.S. 20/Idaho 47 in Ashton, northeast 12.4 miles to the old Bear Gulch Ski Area site, then northwest along Forest Service Route 294 to the northern end at U.S.20.  This route offers travelers a scenic drive along the Falls River and past Upper and Lower Mesa Falls; 28.7 miles.
traverses a portion of the Lewis and Clark Trail; 39 miles.

Mesa Falls

Oregon Trail-Bear Lake Scenic Byway

Bear Lake straddles the Idaho-Utah border and boasts sandy beaches, great water sports, fishing, boating, and the famous Bear Lake State park.  This byway follows Bear Lake north on U.S. 89 to Montpelier, then north on U.S. 30, where you leave the Cache National Forest and enter the Caribou National Forest.

Bear Lake

Pioneer Historic Byway

The drive begins at the Utah state line and follows U.S. 91, then Idaho 34, north to U.S. 30 and then east to Soda Springs where it meets the Oregon Trail- Bear Lake Scenic Byway.  From there, north on Idaho 34 toward the Wyoming state line.  This route passes through early Mormon settlements, pioneer trails and numerous historic points of interest; 127.0 miles.

Pioneer Byway

Sacagawea Historic Byway

This byway begins at the intersection of Interstate 15 and Idaho 33 at Exit 143, follows Idaho 33 about 12 miles west to its junction with Idaho 28, and follows Idaho 28 northwest for 120 miles to Salmon, Idaho.  This route follows along the Lemhi River for much of the distance, passing mining areas and other significant historical sites between the Lemhi and Beaverhead mountain ranges; 132 miles.

Statue of Sacajawea – Salmon, ID

Teton Scenic Byway

Beginning on Idaho Highway 31 at Swan Valley northeast to Idaho 33 at Victor, then north on Idaho 33 at Victor, this route continues north on Idaho 33 to Idaho 32, north on Idaho 32 to Idaho 47 at Ashton.  The byway offers travelers panoramic views of the Snake River Valley, the western slope of the Grand Teton Mountains and the Falls River; 68.9 miles.


Arco/EBR-1 Atomic Museum

In Arco, the “First City in the World to be lit by Atomic Energy,” you can see EBR-1 Atomic Museum and a submarine in the desert.

EBR-1 Atomic Musuem – Arco, ID

Craters of the Moon

Craters of the Moon National Monument is Idaho’s first national monument with thousands of acres of lava fields and unique rock formations.

Craters of the Moon

Jackson, WY

Jackson, Wyoming is an authentic western town (including a town square) with pride and appreciation of its unique scenic beauty and unique wildlife populations.  Jackson Hole is a common nickname for the area and refers to the entire valley which is surrounded by Yellowstone National Park on the north, the Tetons on the west, the Gros Ventres on the east and the Wyoming Range on the south.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Yellowstone National Park

Established in 1872, Yellowstone National Park is America’s first national park. Located in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, it is home to a large variety of wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, bison, and elk.  Preserved within Yellowstone National Park are Old Faithful and a collection of the world’s most extraordinary geysers and hot springs, and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.

Yellowstone National Park

Grand Teton National Park

Located in northwestern Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park preserves a spectacular landscape rich with majestic mountains, pristine lakes and extraordinary wildlife. The park’s world-renowned scenery attracts nearly four million visitors per year.
The John D. Rockefeller Jr. Memorial Parkway is a beautiful stretch of highway which links Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks together.

Grand Teton National Park

Salmon, Idaho

The town of Salmon is nestled in the mountains of East-Central Idaho.  Located along the Salmon River (The River of No Return), Salmon has a rich history of mining, lumbering and ranching.  Lewis and Clark crossed Lemhi Pass in 1805 into the Salmon Valley during their expedition to the Pacific Ocean.

Salmon Falls

 Stanley, Idaho

The town of Stanley is nestled between the majestic Sawtooth and White Cloud Mountain ranges.  Its unique location is an Outdoor Haven for all ages and abilities. Stanley is where the Sawtooth Byway meets the Ponderosa Pine and Salmon River Scenic Byways.  So no matter which way you ride in or out, you’re in for a treat.

Stanley, Idaho

Sun Valley, Idaho

The towns of Sun Valley, Ketchum, Hailey, and Bellevue comprise what is known as the Wood River Valley.  This area, surrounded by beautiful mountains and clear streams, is world famous for its recreational activities and cultural events.

Idaho Potato Museum Blackfoot ID.

Located in the old Oregon Short Line Railroad Depot you’ll discover the world of Idaho’s Famous Potatoes®. The Idaho Potato Museum is a unique museum which appropriately showcases Idaho’s Famous Potatoes®.

Idaho Potato Museum

Yellowstone Bear World

Yellowstone Bear World provides a natural habitat for bears, wolves, bison and elk. Come and view these spectacular creatures in their natural habitat.

High Five Bear

(208) 359-9688
6010 South 4300 West
Rexburg, ID 83440

Heise Hot Springs

Open from May to September, Heise Hot Springs offers beautiful pools, golfing, camping and activities for the whole family to enjoy.

(208) 538-7312
5116 East Heise Road
Ririe, Idaho 83443

Heise Hot Springs – ID

Lava Hot Springs

Natural mineral pool, Olympic AAU pool, 33-foot high diving board, 2 water slides, 7 diving boards.

430 EastMain
LavaHot Springs,ID 83246

Downata Hot Springs

Water playground, naturally heated pool, hot tub, 2 hydro tubes, and water slides.

25900 South Downata Road

Minnetonka Cave, ID

Minnetonka Cave is the largest limestone rock cave in the state of Idaho.  It is located in Caribou-Targhee National Forest in Bear Lake County, Idaho, above the village of St. Charles (located at the north end of Bear Lake).

Minnetonka Cave, Utah