Go Pumpkin Picking, Then Sleep In A Cabin Surrounded By Fall Foliage On This Weekend Getaway In Idaho
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Fall brings many delightful activities, but none are more perfect this time of year than visiting a pumpkin patch and going leaf-peeping. For the perfect fall weekend getaway in Idaho, head to the Idaho Falls area where you can visit one of the most charming pumpkin patches in Idaho and then stay in cozy accommodations surrounded by stunning fall colors. Whether you are young or young at heart, this is one weekend getaway in Idaho that will leave you swooning.
Have you ever been to the U-Pick Red Barn in Idaho Falls or stayed at the Aspen Grove Inn near Heise? We’d love to hear about your experiences in the comments! And, if you really want to make the most out of this trip, plan it when the fall foliage in Idaho is at its peak!
For more travel inspiration, check out this drone footage of Idaho in the fall. It’s incredible!
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What are some of the best fall destinations in Idaho?
Idaho flies a bit under the radar when it comes to fall foliage, yet you'll be delighted to hear there are plenty of beautiful fall destinations in Idaho, including any of the following:
- City of Rocks National Reserve
- The Palouse
- The Boise River
- Sun Valley
- Palisades Reservoir
- Shoshone Falls
- Swan Valley
Learn more about planning your visit to some of the best fall destinations in Idaho.
What are some of the best hiking trails in Idaho?
One of the best ways to experience all that beautiful Idaho has to offer is by hiking through it. Below you'll find a list of some of the best hiking trails in Idaho:
- Tubbs Hill
- Mineral Ridge National Recreation Trail
- Table Rock Trail
- Jump Creek Falls Trail
- Mesa Falls Nature Trail
- Cress Creek Nature Trail
- Mallard-Larkins Loop
- Chain Lakes Basin
- Glassford Peak
- Sawtooth Lake Via Iron Creek Stanley Lake Trail
- Pend d’Oreille Bay Trail
- Idaho Falls River Greenbelt Loop
- Whoop Em Up Loop
- Stargaze Point Trail via Beaver Creek Summit
- Bonneville Hot Springs Snowshoe Trail
- Freddy’s Stack Rock Trail
- Cervidae Peak
- Red Cliffs Nature Center Trail
Curious to learn more about these iconic hiking destinations? Check out our ultimate guide to the very best hiking trails in Idaho. You won't be disappointed!
What are the best parks in Idaho?
Idaho's parks are absolutely lovely. Below you'll find a list of our favorite state parks in Idaho to visit:
- Old Mission State Park, Coeur d'Alene
- Harriman State Park, Island Park
- Ponderosa State Park, McCall
- Mary M. McCroskey State Park, Farmington
- Heyburn State Park, Plummer
- Hells Gate State Park, Lewiston
- Priest Lake State Park, Coolin
- Farragut State Park, Athol
- Bear Lake State Park, St. Charles
How many of these lovely state parks in Idaho have you visited?