When searching for vacations or a place to enjoy travel activities and recreation, Idaho Falls in Idaho is the perfect spot for singles and groups. Situated in one of the state's major farming regions, the city offers a rural feel within urban confines, set against a stunning view of the Caribou Mountains.
Founded by Mormons in the mid-nineteenth century, the city has grown from a settlement town to a city filled with historical landmarks and buildings, as well as renowned architecture, museums, libraries and other points of interest. In fact, give or take the need for ID for attending bars or renting a vehicle, the majority of activities and recreation in the city is very reasonable, sometimes even free.
Places of interest that are worth looking at for any Idaho Falls vacation include the Underwood Hotel, the I.O.O.F. Lodge, the Willard Arts Center, the Bonneville Museum, Greenbelt Park, the Snake River, Gem Lake, the Ririe Reservoir and the city hall. Activities range from fine dining to musical concerts. Recreation includes swimming, hiking, walking, skating, skiing, horse riding, shopping and golfing. In fact, Idaho Falls has three main golf courses offering eighteen holes each of golfing fun for all ages and skill levels.