Take This Quirky Road Trip To Visit Idaho’s Most Unique Roadside Attractions

It’s summertime in Idaho and you know that what means. It’s road trip season! Here at Only In Idaho, we’ve compiled quite a few scenic road trips for you to enjoy. These road trips show you the best of our state, from our most picturesque small towns to some of our most stunning waterfalls. But if you’re looking for a unique adventure that is full of quirks and oddities, you’ll want to take a look at the road trip we compiled here. This adventure will take you to some of our state’s weirdest spots and roadside attractions. Create some unforgettable memories by experiencing the bizarre side of our state.

As you can see from the map below, this road trip clocks in at a whopping 972 miles and takes you from the northern to the southern region of our state. You’ll definitely want to stretch this out over several days in order to appreciate each unique stop to the fullest. Alternatively, you can break up the trip however you please and accomplish it in bits and pieces. Click here to be taken to the Google Map for the trip.

Please note, Oasis Bordello Museum is temporarily closed.

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

What do you think? Will you sketch out some time this summer to explore Idaho’s weird roadside attractions? Be sure to check out these 13 Unforgettable Road Trips To Take In Idaho Before You Die for more epic adventures!

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