Idaho Falls, Idaho
About Idaho FallsEven if you’ve never heard of Idaho Falls, the last thing you would expect to hear is to go there and check out eroded lava flow. One of the coolest places to explore is Hell’s Half Acre, where nearly 5,000 years ago, lava flowed through 320+ acres of land. It’s a cool site to look at the unique rock formations and different caves, so grab your camera!
It's also a good idea to bring your camera to Idaho Falls River Walk and Greenbelt. A photographer’s dream, nature is exposed to a whole different level here. Whether you want to run, bike or people watch, the possibilities are endless, and the views are out of this world.
Cedar Park Golf Course is a great way to pass the time. As a par 3 course, the yardages range from 78 yards to 146. With bent grass greens and blue grass fairways, Cedar Park will keep you entertained all day long. If you’ve got a little more golf left in you, try out their 18-hole putting course when you finish your round.
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