Just over 50,000 people call Idaho
Falls, Idaho home. An extensive
greenbelt or riverbelt runs through the heart of the city providing a haven of
calm and quiet and that. combined with the vast spaces around make this a
Camping, hiking, fishing and hunting are popular here as are plenty of wildlife viewing and photography opportunities. Watch for moose, deer, bear, otter, elk and mountain goats or look up and see the largest population of nesting bald eagles in the area or another of the 80 or so species of birds. For those who prefer the sea to the land, white water along the Idaho River offers rafting, kayaking, canoeing, drift boats or jet boat experiences. Alpine and Nordic ski conditions are ideal in the winter months and even snow mobilers will find their space.
For those who prefer more civilized sport four golf courses within minutes of the city and another six courses within an hours drive provide ample entertainment.
In town the Museum of Idaho is home many unique programs and displays including A T.Rex Named Sue, Savage Seas, Guns and Hooks and the World of Lewis and Clark.
Located in proximity to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, Craters of the Moon, the Sawtooths and several national forests, Idaho Falls is an excellent base from which to explore the region.