Best Winter Festivals in Idaho
It's time to celebrate snow and all things winter! Idaho doesn't take this season go to waste! Here's the Best Winter Festivals in Idaho.
The Teton Valley's Great Snow Festival runs January 19th-22nd. Here you'll find a snowscapes sculpture competition, nordic races, a snow plane showcase, and the 6th Annual Snow Ball to the Backcountry Movie Festival!!
The Fire and Ice Winterfest will be held February 3rd - 5th. It features penguin races, fire acrobatics, wine tastings, a swimsuit race, and the Polar Bear Float Parade!
The McCall Winter Carnival dates all the way back to 1924. It's a 10 day celebration of all things winter. There's a huge ice sculpture competition,a polar plunge, concerts, parades, and fireworks! This year's winter carnival runs Jan. 27th -Feb. 5th.
The Sandpoint Winter Carnival has been around since 1973. It features the K9 Keg Pull, fireworks, concerts, and a light parade! It runs February 15th - 26th.
The Priest Lake State Park Winterfest is fun for the whole family! There's crafts for the kids, free movies, and a moonlight snowshoeing adventure!
Even though this festival is over for the winter, you can mark it on your calendar for next year! It's something I know I do not want to miss out on! There's a giant snow ramp, music, and beer!