This Idaho Park Has Endless Boardwalks And You’ll Want To Explore Them All

The small town of Hailey in central Idaho is a hot spot of recreation and natural beauty. This area, along with the regions of Ketchum and Sun Valley, comprise the natural paradise known as the Wood River Valley. Boasting sweeping valleys, stunning mountain peaks, dense forests, meandering rivers and streams, you could honestly spend weeks exploring what the Wood River Valley has to offer. The valley’s beauty is undeniable and many people have made it their life’s passion to preserve this pristine area. There are a ton of ways to explore the valley, but one of the most popular is via the Draper Wood River Preserve. Notable for the Bow Bridge and an endless boardwalk through the marsh, this preserve is the perfect way to get lost in nature.

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Have you explored Draper Wood River Preserve? This place looks like heaven on earth. Did you know that Idaho is home to the world’s longest floating boardwalk? Trust us, it’s just as stunning as the boardwalk featured here!