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Highlights in Idaho
- Wide selection of outdoor activities
- Peaceful getaways
- Historical landmarks
- Lakeside beaches
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Beach houses in Idaho
Make Idaho your next vacation destination and discover the secret wild beauty it offers. Idaho is a vast, northwestern state, home to numerous lakes, rivers, mountains, wildlife and therapeutic hot springs. With a land mass of 216,632 km² and a low population density of 1.78 million, there is ample room for everyone to enjoy this gorgeous destination. Some of the beach houses are located on the northwest side of Payette Lake and Payette National Forest, just a 4 minute drive from McCall. North Beach and Burghdorf Hotsprings are nestled on the north side of the lake with shopping and dining to the south in nearby McCall. Further north, nature lovers will discover Brundage Mountain. Other beach house borders lake Coeur d’Alene, one of the best lakes in the state. Coeur d’Alene city features an assortment of diverse activities among unique shopping and delicious dining venues. Silverwood Theme park, for instance, is located 25 miles north of Coeur d’ Alene.Beach houses for families and large groups
These beach houses are the perfect vacation spot for groups of up to 11 people or families with children. Each rental has a minimum of 3 bedrooms, featuring all the comforts of home including internet, kitchen, fridge, living room, fireplace, BBQ, washing machine and parking area. Some even feature an outdoor fire pit so you can tell stories around the campfire. These rentals are very close to lakes with mountain views; spacious and independent, with easy access to towns, cities and interesting things to do.
Travelers and activities
Idaho is famous in the United States for its large potatoes, but there is so much more to this vast state. It has more hiking trails, lakes, rivers and activities than you can possibly do in one trip. For instance: visit Borah Peak, the highest peak in Idaho, or Geyser Park in Soda Springs to watch the 70 foot geyser. The mysterious Craters of the Moon National Monument is also located in the state and, for animal lovers, Yellowstone Bear World and The Wolf Center are great options.Idaho for fascinating Northwestern history
Idaho is full of 19th century prospecting towns that will transport you to the past thanks to proud locals who have worked hard to preserve Idaho’s history. Take a trip to Idaho Botanical Gardens located in Boise’s Old Penitentiary Historic District. The famous 20th century novelist, Ernest Hemingway, made his final home in Idaho and his grave and memorial can be viewed in Sun Valley.Idaho for adventure seekers
People come to Idaho each year to experience its beautiful and serene national parks where there’s no lack of hiking and trekking trails, rock climbing, fishing, boating and more. Idaho also boasts a plethora of activities rafting, cycling, camping, paddle boarding, among others. Mountain bikers will especially enjoy the 15 mile Route of Hiawatha Scenic Bike Trail. If visiting Idaho with your kids, discover its amazing amusement parks. If rest and relaxation is part of your plan, visit some of the area’s best hot springs. Idaho is also an historical state, with numerous museums and quaint cultural towns that are worth exploring.
Idaho was nicknamed The Gem State in 1967 due to over 240 different minerals in its mountains.
Top 7 travel tips in Idaho
For an amazing adventure, visit Hell's Canyon National Recreation Area. Running between Oregon and Idaho, it’s the deepest river gorge in North America offering a balance of excitement and serenity for all ages with breathtaking views, hiking trails, camping and even jet-boating.2. Visit Shoshone Falls
Have a picnic at Shoshone Falls, while observing the "Niagara of the West”. At 212 feet, it’s higher than Niagara Falls, and most enjoyable in the Springtime with picnic areas, playgrounds, a boat ramp and it’s breathtaking illumination feature making Shoshone Falls a site to remember.3. Bruneau Dunes State Park
For a truly unique experience, get lost in Bruneau Dunes State Park and surf the ethereal dunes on a sand board by day and enjoy the spectacular stars from its on-site observatory at night.4. Visit hot springs
Idaho has 140 soak-able hot springs and many are easily accessible from the parking area. For instance: take a therapeutic dip in the famous Kirkham Hot Springs in Boise National Forest or try Lava Hot Springs which boasts many family-friendly activities.5. Visit Unusual Museums
The Idaho Potato Museum delivers more facts about potatoes than you ever thought possible and the nearby Museum of Clean features recreation coupled with education via hands-on inspiring exhibits informing visitors about the power of ‘clean’ in all areas of life6. Enjoy a plethora of activities in Coeur d’Alene
Coeur d’Alene is a beautiful scenic area full of lakes, mountains, and Northern Idaho culture. While you are here, visit some of the art galleries, get your adrenaline pumping at Boulder Beach Water Park, watch a play, hike the numerous awe-inspiring trails and, if time allows, check out The Bird Aviation Museum and Invention Center. Northern Idaho has so much to explore, you will want to come back again.7. Enjoy delightful comfort food
Idaho’s little known Northwestern style cooking is a food haven for Farm to Table cuisine at its best. Thanks to its numerous farms and the locals’ love of homemade meals, you can find classic home style cooking in nearly every restaurant in the state. Try Huckleberry ice-cream made from Idaho’s state fruit, the huckleberry, or a unique ice cream potato, savory Idaho trout, bison burgers, finger steaks, Idahoan grilled cheese sandwich and the highly prized wild morel mushrooms. Both rustic and fine dining are the typical fanfare here.
FAQs: Beach Rentals in Idaho
Which types of amenities are available at the beach houses in Idaho?
In regards to the facilities available on Holidu, it seems that the beach houses in Idaho have everything that vacationers want! Here, the beach houses generally have a variety of amenities, the most popular being: internet (93%), barbecue (87%), and air-conditioning (87%)...Are you convinced yet?
How are the reviews for the beach houses in Idaho?
The beach houses here are often well rated. 53% of the beach houses in Idaho have excellent reviews and an average score of 4.5 stars!
Are the beach houses in Idaho suitable for families with children?
Holidu's data reveals that 80% of beach houses in Idaho are suitable for families with children, it should therefore be very easy for you to find the ideal beach house for you and your children.
Are the beach houses in Idaho pet-friendly?
Yes! In Idaho, 20% of the beach houses welcome them with open arms, 40% also have a garden!
Do the beach houses in Idaho often come with Wi-Fi?
Yes! According to Holidu's data, 93% of beach houses in Idaho offer Wi-Fi. This means that you will be able to access your emails and favorite social media sites at any time!
How much does it cost on average for beach houses in Idaho?
The beach houses in Idaho are, in general, rather expensive. According to Holidu, 20% cost on average more than $500 per night.
Do the beach houses in Idaho often have a fireplace or a pool?
Good news! According to the last year, 73% of the beach houses in Idaho are equipped with a fireplace. The perfect destination for a cozy winter vacation!
Are the beach houses in Idaho suitable for vacations with several people or rather for an escape as a couple?
In Idaho, based on last year, 67% of beach houses are suitable for groups of up to eight guests, 40% of these beach houses have at least four bedrooms. But 93% of beach houses also welcome small groups of up to four guests, and 93% of the beach houses have at least two separate bedrooms. Idaho is therefore the ideal destination for groups of friends of all sizes!
Do the beach houses in Idaho have a beautiful view?
47% of beach houses have a balcony or terrace, and 53% have a view, but since this does not represent the majority so availability can be selective. If this is a priority for you, you should anticipate a bit more time for research, and use the filters to be sure to find what you are looking for. However, 40% of beach houses in Idaho have gardens, where you can enjoy the outdoors. If you like to have lunch or dinner outside, and especially if you like barbecues, 87% of the beach houses have them.