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There are severalIdaho cities with real estate options. Some of these cities are in the most populous metropolitan area- the Treasure Valley. For example, these cities include Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Eagle, Star, Kuna, and Caldwell. Look into these cities to find quality Idaho houses for sale. You can learn more about these cities by going to their community page on this website. Simply click the tab at the top of the page labeled COMMUNITIES.
LIVING IN IDAHO
Fishing is apopular sport and pastime in Idaho. Thanks to the 93,000 miles of rivers in Idaho, there are plenty of places to go fishing. Popular fishing rivers include the Salmon River and the Boise River. In addition to the rivers, Idahoans can fish in creeks, lakes, and ponds across Idaho. Reservoirs are popular fishing spots as well, including Lucky Peak and Sagehen.
Out of themany miles of rivers, three thousand of those miles have whitewater rapids. Idaho has examples of every class distinction of rapid. For a relaxing ride on the river, Boise River is an excellent river to ride. For a harder difficulty, look to the South Fork of the Salmon River or the North Fork of the Payette River. Some rafting locations will only take an afternoon to enjoy, while other destinations will require a whole weekend.
Thousand Springs State Park includes a spectacular waterfall, with lush vegetation that can evoke a more tropical location. Composed of five park units in the Hagerman Valley, Thousand Springs State Park includes water features like lakes, rivers, and of course, springs. This park is located next to the Snake River Canyon and is a must-see in Idaho.
Swan Falls doesn't only have popular hiking and biking trails, but a dam that produces power as well. Swan Falls Dam is the oldest hydroelectric generating site on the Snake River. Built in the 1901 to provide power to nearby mines, Swan Falls has historical significance. Due to its age and wear, the old plant was decommissioned and a new power plant was built in the mid-1990's. The old one, however, has been redesigned as a historical landmark. With a scheduled appointment, tours of the old dam are available.
Moyie Falls emerge from a canyon wall. The fall can be seen off of the Moyie Bridge that is suspended over 450 feet in the air, above whitewater. Located in Northern Idaho, East of Bonners Ferry, this majestic sight is truly dignified and should be seen by anyone who visits Idaho.
Other popular activities in Idaho that can be done outdoors is hiking, biking, 4-wheeling, boating, and camping. In the winter, Bogus Basin is a popular skiing resorts with many slopes-both easy and difficult.
Popular Events in Idaho
Many events in Idaho have become so practiced and well-known that they have become traditions. These activities are found throughout the state, and include many fairs and rodeos.
Western Idaho Fair
The Western Idaho Fair has become a popular tradition in Idaho since 1897. This tradition was originally formed to connect the state’s capital, Boise, with other cities that were over 300 miles apart. Its original purpose was to showcase Idaho’s major departments: agriculture, livestock, and domestic manufacturing. Over the years, a focus on fruit, gold, and silver was added. Today, the Western Idaho Fair stills bring people together.
Snake River Stampede
Since its inception as a simple harvest festival in 1911, the Snake River Stampede grew in size and popularity over the years. It eventually broke off from the harvest festival and became its own event. Today, this rodeo is part of the Rodeo Cowboys Association. As a professional rodeo today, it is one of the top 10 regular professional rodeos in the United States - and is located solely in Nampa, Idaho.
Caldwell Night Rodeo
As part ofthe festivities to commemorate the beginning of irrigation in Boise, the Caldwell Night Rodeo was organized in 1935. It grew over the years and though it had a couple years of difficulty it is now a popular event today with over 40,000 people visiting the rodeo every year. It is now a cherished part of Idaho’s identity as one of the top 20 professional rodeos in the United States.
There are many reasons to look into Idaho real estate; this state is not only a great place to live for its landscape, but also for the people here and the traditions they have created. If you are searching through Idaho houses for sale, you will be able to find a property that will give you access to this incredible diverse culture. Start your property search today.
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Listing information last updated on September 20th, 2018 at 9:37pm MDT.