Idaho is also home to Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge, a habitat for sandhill cranes, moose, muskrats, rabbits and great horned owls. Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area in Idaho has the highest population of nesting raptor in North America, along with Prairie Falcons, and eagles. After moving to Idaho, you can also visit the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail which stretches 3,700 miles through several states. Don’t forget to take your pick among the various state parks in Idaho including Hells Gate State Park, Eagle Island State Park, Castle Rocks State Park, and more! Idaho is also home to several surreal waterfalls including Shoshone Falls, Elk Creek Falls, Big Falls, and so many more.
Wine enthusiasts will be pleased to find that Idaho is home to several must-see wineries. Be sure to sample the award-winning wines at Koenig Vineyards of Idaho and Vizcaya Winery after moving to Idaho. Idaho also has its fair share of museums, including the Warhawk Air Museum, the Museum of Idaho, and more. The Museum of Idaho features exhibits and artifacts of Idaho’s unique history. If you’re interested in seeing even more wildlife, Idaho has a number of zoos and wildlife parks, one being Yellowstone Bear World. At Yellowstone Bear World, you can view bison, moose, elk, the American black bear, grizzly bear and several types of deer in action in their natural habitat on a drive-through expedition through the park. If you’re feeling really adventurous, visit Silverwood Theme Park in Athol, ID and take a ride on the rollercoasters and waterslides.