There are many beautiful natural attractions to visit in your RV rentals in Idaho. The Shoshone Falls, sometimes
called the "Niagara of the West", is actually 45 feet higher than Niagara Falls - it is 212 feet high! Shoshone Falls
Park, in the City of Twin Falls, overlooks the waterfall, great view from your RV rental. Nearby is the Snake River
Canyon, home to a northern alternate of the Oregon Trail and the Murtaugh rapids on the Snake River itself.
Another water-based site to visit is the Lava Hot Springs - it is open year-round, with odor-free hot mineral baths,
a prime destination or RV rentals in Idaho. The Hells Gate State Park, also on the Snake River, features jet boat
excursions into Hells Canyon. Along the way, in your RV rental, there are campsites as well, and fishing in some places
along the Snake River.
|Top 10 Travel Destinations in Idaho|
|Lava Hot Springs|
|Idaho State Capitol|
|Snake River - Murtaugh Rapids|
|Idaho Potato Exposition|
|Idaho Museum of Natural History|
|Idaho State Historical Museum|
|Bruneau Dunes State Park|
|Hells Gate State Park & Hells Canyon|
|Craters of the Moon National Monument|
We offer many types of RV rentals in Idaho including: camper rentals, motorhome rentals, travel trailer rentals, toy
hauler rentals, and many other RV rental types for you to choose from. Once you determine the type of RV rental you need
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Idaho is famous for its potatoes, and as such the Idaho Potato Exposition is a popular attraction to visit in your RV
rental. There, you will find a museum, a potato gift shop, and the world's largest potato chip. At the Bruneau Dunes
State Park, visit the tallest single-structured sand dune on the continent: 470 feet high! While there, participate in
activities such as hiking, swimming and fishing, and bird watching. And at night, from your RV rentals in Idaho, view
the stars here at Idaho's only public observatory.