10 Must Sees in Idaho
There is no doubt we live in one of the most beautiful places in America. Here's 10 "Must See" places you need to visit!
It's the only man made captive geyser in the entire world! Located in Eastern Idaho, the Soda Spring Geyser shoots water 70 feet in the air every hour on the hour!
The University of Idaho campus dates all the way back to 1892 and is one of the most beautiful buildings in the state. Even if you aren't a Vandals fan, you can't help but appreciate the impressive architecture.
This 40 year old bridge is internationally known to base jumpers and is one the most photographed spots in Idaho.
Built in 1973, it's the 3rd largest dam in the the United States and stands 717 feet above the Clearwater River.
This honor goes to Mission of the Sacred Heart and the oldest standing mission in the Pacific Northwest. The coolest fact about this building is that it was completely constructed with primitive tools and no nails!
It was one of the longest wooden bridges in the entire world until it was replaced by concrete. Even still, it stretches an impressive 2 miles across the water.
Modeled after the White House, our capitol building wasn't finished for 30 years after Idaho became a state!
Known as "Little Niagra" these waterfalls are more than impressive and are a favorite spot among tourists.
Did you know that Lake Cascade was completely man made?! Lake Cascade is the 4th largest "lake" in the state. It's 47 miles of surface area and one of my families favorite place to play!
Built in 1921, St. John's has beautiful painted ceilings, 3 feet thick walls, and is one of the beautiful buildings in Boise.