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The best campervan rentals in Idaho

There’s an adventure for all to discover in Idaho. Family vacation or romantic getaway, thrill-seeker or art lover, there is something for every campervan rental holiday.

Our Favorite Campervan & RV Rental Destinations in Idaho

Idaho is a mountainous state, with the Rocky Mountain foothills at its capital and many rivers running through it. Boise, the capital of Idaho, has plenty for adventurous river rats and is a picturesque city nestled in between two mountain ranges. Its riverside setting attracts fishermen and rafters alike, as do the wilderness outdoor recreation areas like Bogus Basin Ski Resort Boise providing plenty to do for every kind of outdoorsy person.

With terrain ranging from valleys to mountains, Idaho is home to some of the most diverse and breathtaking parks in America. Explore these natural wonders with a campervan rental on Highway 12 or 95 that will take you through Lewiston's Hells Gate State Park near Lolo Pass where Lewis and Clark first crossed into Washington state.

One of the most beautiful road trip options in southern Idaho is Thousand Springs Corridor, named because of the stunning waterfalls that are found throughout. This area has six separate park units to explore and at Malad Gorge, you can find 400 acres with spectacular canyon views. The park also offers great opportunities for wildlife viewing as well since it has various habitats that could be hosting animals like deer or elk during different times throughout their yearly cycle.

Idaho Fun Facts

Idaho is bordered by Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, and Canada.

The deepest river gorge in North America is Idaho's Hells Canyon at 7,900 ft deep.

Shoshone Falls (212 feet), near Twin Falls, drops 52 feet further than Niagara Falls.

Idaho is the number one producer of Potatoes, Trout, Austrian Winter Peas, and Lentils.

Nearly 85% of all commercial trout sold in the U.S. is produced in the Hagerman Valley.

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