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Accommodations range from first-class hotels in major cities and ski resorts to luxury hotel or condominium resorts to small bed-and-breakfasts, guest ranches and fishing or hunting lodges. Read More ...

Because much of Idaho's appeal is in its scenic beauty and outdoor activities, we recommend at least a few days at a lodge or resort. This doesn't mean you have to rough it—some of the state's resorts offer the height of luxury. Possibilities include lakeside properties, condominium complexes in ski areas, rustic riverside cabins and hot-springs spas. And for those who like to rough it, Idaho has plenty of campgrounds and RV parks.

Idaho's guest ranches are often in isolated wilderness locations accessible only by jet boat or plane. Horseback pack trips, fishing and white-water boating are among the activities. The accommodations range from log cabins with wood stoves to plush lodges with hot tubs and live music.< Show Less