Do you ever dream about unplugging from the real world and living off the grid, even if it is only for a day or two? Well, it is possible and you don’t even need to leave Idaho to make it happen. In fact, you can easily live off the grid in Idaho in this town for a day, week, or even a year or more if you desire. Intrigued? Keep reading to find out where and how!

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Out and About in Idaho

Where can we enjoy bodies of water in Idaho?

  • The Cedar Street Bridge in Sandpoint sits on top of Sand Creek and features a historic overlook, public market, restaurants, and more.
  • Farragut State Park in Athol features several stunning bodies of water including Beaver Bay and Idlewild Bay, both of which are primary beach areas, and, of course, Lake Pend Oreille, which is where the park actually sites at its southern part.
  • The Boise River Greenbelt in Boise extends some 25 miles and along they way is highlighted by an iconic walkway, scenic bridges, numerous overlooks, ponds, rapids, and
  • Greenbelt in Boise is a favorite waterfront destination for many locals. With plenty of wildlife, lush parks, various fountains, and excellent views.

Learn more about other places to enjoy bodies of water in Idaho.

 

Where can we find museums in Idaho?

  • The Idaho Black History Museum in Boise, located in Julia Davis Park inside of the historic St. Paul Baptist Church, is a small but mighty treasure trove of interesting exhibits and programs relative to the African American experience, as well of that from all cultures and ethnicities.
  • The Twin Falls County Museum in Filer has exhibits encompassing a wide swath of Idaho history including emigration on the Oregon Trail, irrigation farming, ranching, and more.
  • The Priest Lake Museum in Priest River is unique in that it is located in a small log cabin, however what it offers in terms of both cultural and natural history is huge.

Learn more about other wonderful museums in Idaho.

 

Where can we find historic sites in Idaho?

  • The Nampa Train Depot in Nampa is a uniquely ornamented structure built in 1903, and in its former iteration served as a stop on the historic Oregon Short Line in Idaho.
  • The Bear River Massacre Historical Site in Preston is where the largest single Native American slaughter in American history, the 1863 Bear River Massacre, took place.
  • The USS Hawkbill in Arco is a former attack submarine decommissioned in 2000 after 29 total stints in South Korea, Japan, Hawaii, Washington, and several other places around the world.

Learn more about other historic sites in Idaho.