Plan A Trip To Driggs, One Of Idaho's Best Small Towns
There’s no better way to spend the day (or two or three) than by exploring one of our state’s many small towns. Here in Idaho, small-town living rules supreme so you definitely won’t find a shortage of charming communities to visit! We especially recommend a visit to Driggs, one of the Gem State’s best small towns. Nestled on the western side of the Grand Tetons, this charming little community of often overshadowed by the more popular Jackson, Wyoming. However, we think you’ll see that Driggs, Idaho, has a LOT to offer and you’ll want to explore it all. Continue reading to learn about just a few things to do in Driggs, Idaho.
Have you been to Driggs, Idaho, before? What are some of your favorite things to do in Driggs? What’s your favorite small town in Idaho? Feel free to share with us in the comments below!
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In addition to Driggs, what are some other charming small towns in Idaho?
- Sun Valley/Ketchum
If you ask us, the Gem State is home to some of the most charming small towns in the country. While the various landscapes and scenery may cause you to visit these small towns in Idaho, the downtown areas are what will make you want to stay and explore -- and maybe even put down roots! Our state is filled with many incredible small towns, so we decided to raise the stakes a bit and put together this list of charming small towns in Idaho with amazing downtown districts. Among those listed, Rigby truly is the definition of a charming small town. If you are craving a sweet treat during your visit, we highly recommend the Cookie Cottage or Teton Ice Cream Parlor. At both locations, your taste buds will thank you for visiting. Don’t forget to stop by the Farnsworth TV and Pioneer Museum to learn about the creation of television and some interesting oddities and inventions while you're there!
Another small town in Idaho worth visiting is Wallace. Simply put, this Idaho town is absolutely stunning. From the mountain landscapes to the beautiful downtown area, this is one small town in Idaho you may have a hard time leaving. The entire town is on the National Register of Historic Places but make sure to check out the downtown area to see all that it has to offer. The beautiful storefronts and the incredible architecture make this a photo-worthy town that must be on your bucket list!
Of course, no list of charming towns in Idaho would be complete without mention of Sun Valley. This famous mountain town in central Idaho is legendary; it's where the world's first chairlifts were installed in 1936, helping to cement its status as a modern ski resort destination. In fact, the oldest resort in America is in Sun Valley! Of course, you'll find an abundance of winter activities to enjoy, from skiing and snowboarding to even sleigh rides and ice skating during the holidays in Sun Valley -- but don't discount this town in the warmer months. Visit in the spring or fall, and enjoy outdoor recreation such as hiking, horseback riding, fly fishing, and even golf!