Our Travel Partners offer activities for all interests and ages. Many offer discounts to our guests.
208-255-4351312 N First Ave, Sandpoint, Idaho, 83864
We are a family restaurant and brewery located in scenic Sandpoint, Idaho.
From our 100% all-natural, handcrafted beers to our delicious, high-quality menu selections, we offer something to delight the taste of any guest. Join us at our long bar, pull up at a table, or get comfortable in one of our booths. Enjoy our family-friendly pub atmosphere and the ever-present sports showing on any of our three screens.
207 Cedar St., Sandpoint, Idaho, 83864
Di Luna’s Cafe is one of the finest restaurants in Sandpoint, offering a blend of regional cuisines from around the world featuring fresh and locally produced ingredients. Located in one of the most beautiful towns in the Northwest, Menu highlights include hand-cut steaks, freshly prepared salads, sweet potato hashbrowns and breakfast served throughout the day. All baked goods, pastries and desserts are prepared daily in-house.
102 N. First Ave & Pine St., Sandpoint, Idaho, 83864418 Old River Rd., Kingston, Idaho, 83839
Spuds Rotisserie & Grill welcomes everyone to an exciting dining experience. Fresh ingredients, tasteful recipe ideas and a passion for cooking, are all part of the concept.
1401 N. 4th St., Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, 83814
Syringa Japanese Cafe and Sushi Bar is Coeur d’Alene’s best sushi and Japanese cuisine. Fresh ingredients and a flare for originality and excellence is what sets this quaint little restaurant apart from the rest.
751 N 4th St, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, 83814
Capones Pub & Grill has the finest selection of NorthWest Micro-Brews on tap in the area. We also feature the best pizza and sandwich menu in town. Stop on by…
1926 W. Riverstone Drive, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, 83815
This scenic waterfront setting has 2 beautiful outdoor fireplaces and is known for its fresh Northwest seafood & fresh seasonal produce. Take a look at their sunset dinner menu available on their website.
4951 N. Bldg. Center Drive #105, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, 83815
Established in 1967, Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre (CST) is Idaho’s oldest performing arts organization, becoming a non-profit corporation in 1984, CST specializes in production of full-scale Broadway musicals during a 12-week, 36-performance season during the months of June, July, and August. CST performs in The Schuler Auditorium Performing Arts Center in the campus of North Idaho College by the shore of Lake Coeur d’Alene in scenic Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
Enjoying a large, loyal, and ever growing subscription-based audience, we are proud to have more season ticket holders than any other performing arts organization in the Inland Northwest and a total audience of nearly 30,000 each summer.
Our multi-talented performers are recruited nationally and many have gone on to appear in film, television, and in professional venues, including Broadway stage and tours. We also feature full orchestrations performed by the region’s most accomplished musicians.
The Schuler Performing Arts Center is easily North Idaho’s most beautiful and functional performing arts facility, a modern 1174-seat proscenium theatre contained within Boswell Hall, with state of the art sound and lighting systems.
202 Sherman Ave., Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, 83814
Access some of the region’s most serene and beautiful places while gently gliding along in your own kayak on Lake Coeur d’Alene or Pend Oreille. Our professional guides teach you how to paddle and in no time you’ll be gliding beneath mountains of pine and fir. Eagles and osprey soar overhead. Return with new-found confidence, a rested spirit and unforgettable memories. We have both single and double kayaks. Minimum age to paddle a single is 12. Paddlers as young as five are welcome in a double kayak with an adult.
420 5th St., Wallace, Idaho, 83873
An experienced miner is your guide as you as you walk through the main drift of an actual underground silver mine. Using exhibits and demonstrations of operating mining equipment, you will learn the historical and modern-day techniques used to mine silver, gold, lead, zinc, and copper.
605 Cedar St., Wallace, Idaho, 83873
When the final occupants of the Oasis Rooms left in January 1988 (the last recorded date in the “hotel” registry), they seemed to have left in a hurry. Clothing, makeup, toiletries, food and personal items were all left behind. A tour of the upper rooms explains the mystery of the ladies’ hasty departure, and answers many other pressing questions, as well. For example, why so many gentlemen could at one time be found wandering the streets of Wallace with only one shoe!
212 Sixth Street, Wallace, Idaho, 83873
The Sixth Street Melodrama is proud to have evolved into a year-round activity, providing the community with live entertainment. Audience participation isn’t encouraged…it’s required!
16716 E Almas Ct, Bayview, Idaho, 83803
Serving sandwiches and subs.
15512 N Highway 41, Rathdrum, Idaho, 83858
4365 Inverness Dr., Post Falls, Idaho, 83854
This restaurant focuses on a neighborhood atmosphere, fresh local produce and regional bistro French cooking as well as Northern Italian dishes and is named after the hand-harvested sea salt collected off the coast of France.
958 Blue Diamond Rd., Coolin, Idaho, 83821
Blue Diamond Marina & Resort is Priest Lake’s deepest water marina, located on the secluded west shore of Cavanaugh Bay just 5 miles north of Coolin, Idaho. We offer all-season deep-water moorage in covered and uncovered slips with access for the physically challenged, inside secured storage, a wide variety of modern boat rentals, lakeside lodging and The Waterfront Restaurant specializing in family style Italian cuisine.
13550 E. Hwy. 54, Athol, Idaho, 83801
From late spring through fall the park has a variety of traditional outdoor recreational opportunities. Hiking, mountain bike trails, disc golf, fishing, picnicking, and wildlife viewing are just a few. These along with many others are listed under the “Park Info” tab on this website, winter information is below.
27843 N. Hwy 95, Athol, Idaho, 83801
Want big rides, big slides, and big fun? You’ve found it. Located in beautiful North Idaho, Silverwood Theme Park has over 65 rides, shows and attractions, including four roller coasters, the Boulder Beach Water Park, a steam engine train, live entertainment, restaurants, and more.
2720 W Pullman Rd, Moscow, Idaho, 83843
The Appaloosa museum is located in the heart of Palouse Country – home of the Appaloosa breed. The museum is a non-profit organization established in 1975 to collect, preserve, study, and exhibit objects and information that illustrate the history of the Appaloosa horse. We hope you plan to visit.
113 N Main Street, Moscow, Idaho, 83843
LocoGrinz serves entrees such as BBQ short ribs, pulled pig, and coconut shrimp complimented with side dishes such as macaroni salad, rice, and fried noodles. Mahalo!
2124 W Pullman Rd, Moscow, Idaho, 83843
Our menu, which includes aged steaks, pastas, fresh seafood, salads, gourmet burgers, a wide variety of house specialties, and hand crafted deserts represents our most treasured recipes.
502 Main Street, Kamiah, Idaho, 83536
Hearthstone Bakery and Tea House in Kamiah, Idaho offers guests a taste of everything fine. From fresh baked pastries and breads, to old fashioned sodas and home baked pies, the bakery has just what you want to tickle your tongue.
101 Locust Ave, Horseshoe Bend, Idaho, 83629
Zip Idaho has built a tour with 7 zip lines. We are based in Horseshoe Bend, Idaho and provide a unique eco-adventure that combines tree based canopy-tour style zip lines with Idaho’s longest zip lines. We are conveniently located just a half-hour north of Boise on Highway 55. This location is a nature lovers dream; whitewater rafting, swimming from sandy beaches, mountain biking, fishing, and train rides are a few other activities that you can enjoy while you are in the area.
326 E. 2nd St, Weiser, Idaho, 83672
We’ve got games for everyone! We’ve got pool tables! We’ve got bowling balls for everyone!
One MeadowCreek Court, New Meadows, Idaho, 83654
MeadowCreek Public Golf Course is truly one of Idaho’s hidden gems! Situated at 3,868 feet above sea level between vast stands of Idaho forest land, MeadowCreek dazzles the senses and soothes the soul. Surrounded by towering pine trees and graceful rolling meadowland, MeadowCreek provides majestic views of Granite Mountain and Brundage Mountain Ski Area. It offers a perfect environment for stimulating golf of the highest order. Relax and let the natural habitat inspire you while you challenge our 6,696-yard, par-72 championship course.
850 South Middlefork Rd., Garden Valley, Idaho, 83622
Starlight Amphitheatre is an outdoor summer playhouse that sits on the bank of the Middlefork of the Payette River. The theatre seats 300 patrons in stadium-style seating where the designed elevation creates a perfect view from every seat.
501 E. First St, Emmett, Idaho, 83617
This is a great place to get up close and interact with living history. Learn to send flag signals to army troops, talk to pioneers in their encampment, make butter, dip candles, rope a calf, make pioneer toys or try your hand at panning for gold.
992 N Milwaukee St., Boise, Idaho, 83704
Since 1990, Baja Fresh Mexican Grill has been making all your Mexican favorites the way you like them. Big, fresh, and delicious. Our famous flame grilled flavor and unique grilled tortillas are where it all starts. Add to that freshly-prepared, quality meats, produce, unique salsas and you’ve got a bold and fresh menu built just the way you like it: Baja Fresh®.
202 S. Capitol Blvd, Boise, Idaho, 83702
Bar Gernika has been a fixture on the Basque Block for almost 20 years and serves authentic Basque foods, wine and desserts. We have great sidewalk seating to enjoy the weather on The Basque Block. So relax and enjoy the menu.
276 Bobwhite Ct., Boise, Idaho, 83706
Barbacoa is more than a restaurant. Designed by Thompson Interiors, it’s a museum, an art gallery, and a promise to all of your senses that they will be touched and stimulated. BARBACOA. The name itself sounds like a celebration. Barbacoa’s open-fire grilling process and culinary delights are a tribute to the ranchers and cowboys of the Pacific Northwest.
610 Grove St., Boise, Idaho, 83702
With three locations in Boise, Eagle and Coeur d’Alene that capture the spirit of Idaho and the Northwest, Bardenay Restaurant and Distillery is a cornerstone of Idaho’s restaurant and bar industry. The original establishment is located in a once empty warehouse on the Historic Basque Block in downtown Boise, Idaho.
3139 S Bown Way, Boise, Idaho, 83706
Taking advantage of the intense heat from our wood fired oven allows us to create a varied menu with a focus on culinary quality that seals in the vivid flavors. In addition to our Neapolitan Pizza, we serve several rustic dishes such as: slow roasted lasagnas and FCO signature Mac-N-Cheese, market-fresh prepared-to-order salads, freshly baked focaccia sandwiches and delectable desserts accompanied by a fine selection of wine and beer.
355 Julia Davis Dr., Boise, Idaho, 83702
Located in beautiful Julia Davis Park, in the heart of Downtown Boise, Zoo Boise is one of the most popular attractions in Southern Idaho as well as a living science facility that is home to over 201 animals from 83 various species. Zoo Boise is a community treasure where more than 365,000 annual visitors of all ages can learn about our natural world and the importance of protecting and preserving it for generations to come.
608 W. Grove St., Boise, Idaho, 83702
Stop in for our freshly made soups and sandwiches made with imported meats and cheeses, or grab a sack lunch to go. In addition to lunches, the market serves Spanish style tapas such as tortilla, stuffed piquillo peppers, and bandarillas twice a week!
219 E 3rd N, Burley, Idaho, 83318
Get comfortable, enjoy the conversation and get ready for a great meal. At Morey’s Steakhouse, we have grown but we have not forgotten about our friends and family.
231 N Main Street, Ketchum, Idaho, 83340
The Sawtooth Club has been a gathering place for Ketchum locals and visitors alike for more than 23 years, and for good reason. Always warm comfortable, and welcoming, intimate yet lively. Rustic elegance and sophistication without pretension. The Sawtooth Club is downtown Ketchum at its very best.
308 Main Street North, Ketchum, Idaho, 83340
Today, The Pioneer Saloon, renowned for perfectly aged, tender and flavorful beef, is typical of an earlier Idaho when ore wagons rattled down Main Street and business was done with a handshake and a drink. Natural woods, mounted game, and period firearms help recreate an authentic saloon atmosphere.
209 N 3rd Street, McCall, Idaho, 83638
Plate sized pancakes, eggs benedict with hashbrowns, huge cinnamon rolls dripping with delicious frosting, 1/2 pound bacon cheeseburgers, homemade french fries, club sandwiches so big you can barely get your mouth around them. That’s the tradition of the Pancake House in McCall!
141 Moonridge Rd., McCall, Idaho, 83638
Snow tubing is one of the fastest growing winter sports in America. Everyone can do it! There are no lessons needed nor expensive equipment and maintenance hassles. We provide specially made tubes that give you a cushioned ride as you race down the mountain. The Activity barn is also lit so you can enjoy activities into the night!
359-3020 ext. 349
200 S 2nd W, Rexburg, Idaho, 83440
The Idaho Centennial Carousel is Idaho’s only antique wooden carousel. It is one of 170 antique wooden carousels still existing in the United States. It has authentic carousel music from an organ run on paper rolls, providing old-fashioned original sounds. The carousel is housed in a new building at Porter Park.
881 Jet Stream Dr, Rexburg, Idaho, 83440
Regional Rock Walls offers various programs to advance anyone’s abilities in rock climbing. With the correct knowledge and physical conditioning, you can feel safe and confident while climbing indoor or outdoor.
2894 S 25th E, Idaho Falls, Idaho, 83404
Say the word “sushi” to most people in this area and you’re likely to get a turned up nose and a look of disgust. “Sushi?!” they might say, and who can blame them. This area is about beef and tubers, not raw eel and tuna. A trip to Blue Hashi might change all of that.
200 N Eastern Ave, Idaho Falls, Idaho, 83402
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. The museum does this by developing regional educational programs in the sciences and humanities, and by hosting nationally acclaimed exhibitions.
3101 Avenue of the Chiefs, Pocatello, Idaho 83204
Bison, cougar, eagles, pronghorn and grizzly bear are living symbols of the America West. You can find these and other North American species at the Zoo Idaho. The Zoo provides a unique opportunity to learn about native wildlife through exhibits, storytelling, classes, and other family programs.
334 Blue Lakes Blvd. N., Twin Falls, Idaho, 83301
We are proud to feature fine cuisine offered by our Executive Chef Mark Makin, previous owner of The Aroma. Our non-smoking environment is perfect to catch the game on our 8 TVs, sample from our 10 tap beers and great wine list and dine on the patio with two fire pits with tiki torches.
835 Blue Lakes Blvd. N., Twin Falls, Idaho, 83301
Cafe Rio specializes in fresh Mexican food made from scratch daily. Cafe Rio’s recipes are inspired from traditional cooking found in the Rio Grande region of Northern Mexico, Southern Texas and New Mexico. Winner of over 60 awards, Cafe Rio is known for its crazy fans and unique taste.
147 Shoshone St. N, Twin Falls, Idaho, 83301
Hands On is a bright and cheery contemporary ceramics studio located in Historic Downtown Twin Falls. It is a great place to unwind and spend some quality time with family and friends while creating personalized gifts.
4203 Snake River Ave., Lewiston, Idaho, 83501
Experience Hells Canyon on the Snake River with beautiful scenery, wildlife, and exciting white water rapids. We are an owner-operated business and offer the personalized service you deserve.