Nearby Attractions

Nearby Attractions : Utah Ranch

Lagoon Amusement Park 45 min

Bear Lake State Park 2 hours

Park City, Utah – Home of Olympics 2002 2 hours

Arches National Park 6 hours

Grand Staircase National Monument 6 hours

Bryce Canyon National Park 6 hours

Grand Canyon National Park 7 hours

Canyonlands National Park 6 hours

Zion National Park 5 hours

Yellowstone National Park 5 hours

Lake Powell – Glen Canyon 6 hours



Nearby Attractions : Idaho Ranch

Yellowstone National Park 3 hours

Grand Teton National Park 2.5 hours

Bear Lake State Park 1 hour

Oregon Trail Museum: The NATIONAL OREGON/CALIFORNIA TRAIL CENTER, located in MONTPELIER, IDAHO, offers visitors a unique and entertaining interpretive indoor adventure; simulating an actual wagon train experience of the 1850s. Re-enacted entirely within our comfortable center, this interpretive experience features historically accurate interpretive areas and live actors. Patrons will go back in time to visit a gun shop, mercantile, ride in a covered wagon and spend time around the evening encircled wagon train at the Clover Creek Encampment.

Golf: in Montpelier and Garden City.

Studdebakers Pizza: in Montpelier offers the best pizza around!

Famous Raspberry Shakes: can be found at the turn off to North Shore.

Pioneering Adventures: Covered wagon rides, pioneer dinner and entertainment. Paris, Idaho, 801-451-2420, or 208-945-3349

Bear Lake Day Rides: Summer horseback rides, located south of Harbor Village in Garden City, Utah. 208-540-0119, 208-847-0605

Bear Lake Rentals: Watercraft rentals, 208-945-RENT

Bear River Basin Outfitters: Guided fishing trips, Lake tours, 435-946-2855

Historic Paris Tabernacle: offers tours and occasional concerts.

Ice Caves: located in Paris Canyon. This is an interesting landmark to the valley, but not as impressive as Minnetonka Cave

Paris Canyon hike, 4 wheel, snowmobile, horseback, and explore.

Bloomington Canyon hike, 4 wheel, horseback, or snowmobile back to stunning Bloomington Lake.

Minnetonka Cave: is a fascinating 9-room cave of stalactites, stalagmites and banded travertine that was originally found by grouse hunters. Don’t miss one of the most striking stalactites in the cave, called the Bride, known for its lacy appearance. Three stalagmites, over 10 feet high, have diameters of nearly four feet. Enjoy a guided 90-minute, half-mile walk into this beautiful cave. Be prepared for the 400 steps up and down in the cave and bring a jacket, since the cave is cool at about 40 degrees year round. Tour the largest commercially developed limestone cave in the state of Idaho, 435-245-4422

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