Idaho Falls is located in Bonneville County, and is the largest city
in Eastern Idaho.
The Snake River meanders through Idaho Falls. Along its banks, you'll experience phenomenal riverside scenery on paved, well-maintained pathways. Known as the River Walk, five miles of trails guide your journey up and down the river. Try one of the many great restaurants along the way, or grab an ice cream cone to enjoy as you leisurely stroll through the locally owned shops.
West of Idaho Falls, you'll discover Craters of the Moon National Monument. Designated as an International Dark Sky Park, experience unrivaled Milky Way visuals during night-time visits. Lava fields and, you guessed it, giant craters, make up the park. Exploring the landscape, a volcanic atmosphere looms and a sense of slow-erupting drama is ever-present. You'll find great hiking options when you're there, whether it be from a short 1-hour trip like the North Crater Flow, to a longer trip like the hike to Big Craters, or a half day hike to the Tree Molds. For shorter visits, the 7-mile scenic loop drive gives you a sense of what the park has to offer.
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2140 North Skyline, Box 13
Fanning Field Aiport
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
Phone: 208 529 3101
Fax: 208 524 9925
Manager: Jeff Palmer