This Small Town Huckleberry Festival Is A Timeless Idaho Tradition And You Need To Attend

If you ask an Idahoan what their favorite berry is, you can bet what their answer is going to be: the huckleberry! For many Idahoans, huckleberry hunting is a treasured summertime tradition. We have stockpiles of gallon-sized bags of these delicious berries hanging out in our freezer, holding onto hope that they will last through the winter. Huckleberry pie. Huckleberry ice cream. Huckleberry jam. We seriously can’t get enough of it. Heck, there’s even a Huckleberry Festival that takes place in Donnelly every summer. This festival is a timeless tradition that every Idahoan should experience. Go ahead and express your love for this iconic berry. Start planning your trip to this small town festival pronto!

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Will you attend this year’s huckleberry festival? This is a tradition that will never die. Huckleberry picking season is almost over so you better get out there and claim some for yourself. Check out the 5 Best Places To Pick Huckleberries In Idaho to help you get started!