Big-city attractions meet the natural beauty of lava fields and Japanese gardens.
Idaho Falls, Idaho, manages to maintain its small-town charm while serving up big outdoor adventures, including hikeable lava fields, bikeable trails and the highly strollable River Walk. More citified pleasures include art and science museums and — in the downtown district — culinary attractions from retro diners to upscale restaurants. And for a soothing soak after your Idaho Falls adventures, the nearby natural Heise Hot Springs is the place to go.
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  • Downtown Idaho Falls
  • Rexburg

Downtown Idaho Falls


Downtown Idaho Falls is a playground of shops, interactive museums and restaurants. Start by strolling the Idaho Falls River Walk to take it all in.

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Riverfront, Restaurants, Museums

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Nestled between Grand Teton, Yellowstone National Park and the Big Hole Mountains, the city of Rexburg is all about outdoor recreation — in the mountains, on a golf course and at a water park.

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Water Park, Parks, Dining

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Experience Small-Town Charm and Outdoor Adventures in Idaho Falls, Idaho

Waterfall cascading over the concrete dam

Take In the Idaho Falls Zoo and Snake River Waterfront

Take in the Idaho Falls Zoo and riverfront, then enjoy the city’s contemporary art museum and Japanese gardens before digging in to a decadent seafood lunch. Finish your day with local barbecue and a Minor League Baseball game.


Bagel with salmon and cream cheese

Discover the Arts and Go for a Soak

Explore downtown Idaho Falls’ cultural offerings, including immersive local science and history exhibits at the Museum of Idaho. East of town, you’ll get the chance to experience a natural mineral hot spring at Heise Hot Springs before heading to Snow Eagle Brewing & Grill, a beloved local microbrewery.


Steak dinner

Hike Hell’s Half Acre, Explore Local Parks and Dine Downtown

Sundays start at Smitty’s Pancake & Steak House. Then head to the lava fields of Hell's Half Acre, followed by fishing and an outdoor picnic at Becker Pond. D’railed Gastropub and its refined steak and seafood plates make for the perfect final dinner. 


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