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Location Category: On Snake River, Idaho Falls
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On Snake River:  The headwaters of the Snake River rise up in Yellowstone National Park. Journeying through Wyoming, Idaho and part of southern Washington the Snake River joins the Columbia River 1,040 miles from its point of origination. In Idaho Falls, the Snake River runs right through the downtown area and over a wide dam, offering scenic waterfalls right in town. The Snake River Greenbelt Park offers a wonderful place to walk, jog, roller blade, boat, watch waterfowl and view the famous waterfalls. All lodging accommodations in this location are situated on the banks of the Snake River and offer rooms or suites with views of the river.
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About Idaho Falls:
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As a city Idaho Falls offers hometown nostalgia, a diverse arts community, a booming economic base, and spectacular variety of opportunities to see nature at its best. There are several reasons to stay in Idaho Falls. Besides its prime location, excellent shopping and dining experiences, and reasonable prices, the city offers a very active arts community, a civic orchestra and opera, a fantastic museum, a beautiful, well-maintained zoo, an amusement park, an aquatic center, professional baseball, three public golf courses, several beautifully groomed parks, and 14 miles of greenbelt along the Snake River, perfect for biking, jogging, rollerblading, walking, or just taking a leisurely afternoon stroll.

That's not all! If you are looking for a unique blend of culture, history, and entertainment combined with local shops, coffee houses, and restaurants, then Downtown Idaho Falls is the ideal place. Nestled among the historic streets and buildings that formed Idaho Falls are the merchants of the downtown area. Here you can find quaint little shops that offer many types of distinctive merchandise, or if you are in the mood to sit, relax, and drink a cup of Java, enjoy a cup of homemade soup, or perhaps a slice of freshly made bread, then this is the perfect place for you. Other attractions in the Idaho Falls area include a wide variety of antique shops, craft stores, galleries, theaters, the Idaho Falls Latter-Day Saints Temple, and the Idaho Falls Family History Center.

 


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