An old general store, a mission built by a local tribe, a mega bike ride, and a wild whitewater ride await visitors to the gem state. Whether you explore the history behind Idaho’s oldest building or jack up your adrenaline in one of its newest adventure parks, you’ll discover the heart of the state in unusual places.
Roseberry General Store: A Time Warp to 1905
An animatronic mannequin welcomes you at a turn-of-the-century roadside stop that is half-museum, half-store, and a reminder of simpler times.
Cataldo Mission: Pilgrims’ Destination
What is the connection between the Coeur d’Alene tribe and Idaho’s oldest building?
Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes Bicycle Path: 72 Miles of Fun
Watch out for moose on a rails-to-trails path for bicyclists and rollerbladers that traverses wetlands and forests between the towns of Plummer and Mullan.
Cascade, Idaho: Kelly’s Whitewater Park
Kayakers, surfers, and even landlubbers find thrills on the Payette River.
This blog post was first published in June 2012. Some facts may have aged gracelessly. Please call ahead to verify information.