Grab Some Hot Chocolate And Get Lost In This Christmas Straw Maze In Idaho This Holiday Season
Who said straw maze season was over? The Burley Straw Maze in southern Idaho is a treasured fall destination, complete with an assortment of fun family-friendly attractions and a beautiful farm setting. However, the fun isn’t over yet! This winter, the Christmas Straw Maze comes to life. Grab some hot cocoa and pack plenty of hand warmers so you can spend the evening traversing this magical, brightly-lit Christmas maze in Idaho.
We couldn’t be more excited to see this iconic attraction take on the holiday season. Learn more about what they have to offer and get directions to the maze by visiting the Burley Straw Maze website and the Burley Straw Maze Facebook page.
Are you excited for this Christmas Maze in Burley, Idaho? What are some of your favorite holiday traditions in Idaho? Share your thoughts (and your best Burley Straw Maze photos) with us in the comments.
While we love a Christmas maze in Idaho, there are many other activities and events to enjoy during the holidays in Idaho. Check out our list featuring some of the best Christmas towns in Idaho. And if you plan to visit one, make sure to book a stay in a cozy vacation rental or a local hotel!
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Christmas Festivities in Idaho
What are the best drive-thru light shows in Idaho?
Did you know you can enjoy dazzling Christmas lights from the comfort of your own vehicle in the Gem State? One of the best drive-thru light shows in Idaho is Christmas in Color, located at Expo Idaho in Garden City. This jaw-dropping event features millions of holiday lights synchronized to festive holiday tunes, plus displays of iconic Christmas season symbols like candy canes and snowmen. When you drive through the multicolored light tunnel and gander at the larger-than-life Christmas trees, you can't help but stare in wide-eyed wonderment as a childlike fascination washes over you.
What are the best Christmas towns in Idaho?
When it comes to the best Christmas towns in Idaho, it's hard to imagine a place more magical than Lewiston. Not a single hall is left un-decked during the town's annual Winter Spirit Festival, which boasts a 30-foot Christmas tree, more than half a million lights, interactive displays, and more. Visiting Lewiston during the holiday season is like stepping directly into a Hallmark movie. The locals really embrace the Christmas spirit, hosting tons of festive events such as baking cookies with Santa. Plus, with the ground covered in snow, the feeling of enchantment is undeniable.
Where can I go snow tubing in Idaho?
There's nothing quite like an Idaho winter. Sure, temperatures regularly dip below freezing, but the sight of our vast, mountainous landscape covered in snow is truly awe-inspiring. One of the best ways to experience winter in the Gem State is by hopping in a tube and sliding down a snow-covered hill, and Gateway Parks in Eagle lets you do just that. One of the best places to go snow tubing in Idaho, this world-class winter recreation destination is open for tubing every day in the winter (as long as there is snow on the ground.) After you've had your fun, head to the bottom of the hill to warm up with some hot cocoa by the fire!