Are you looking for a weekend getaway that promises scenic views, outdoor adventures, rich history, and warm hospitality? Well, look no further than Idaho!

Imagine waking up to the sounds of nature in Salmon, a town nestled in Central Idaho. Here, you can set up camp by the picturesque Salmon River or immerse yourself in local history at the Lemhi County Historical Museum. Now, doesn't that sound like a great place to unwind?


Now, if you're a sucker for snow-capped mountains, Stanley is the place for you. It may be one of the smallest towns in Idaho, but it sure packs a punch with its adventurous trekking and climbing spots, serene Redfish Lake, and the Mystic Saddle Ranch, where you can channel your inner cowboy.

And who can resist the charm of Sandpoint? Located near the Canadian border, this mountain town offers everything from hiking trails to conservation efforts, not to mention the City Beach Park, where you can soak up the sun in summer.

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From the family-friendly Rexburg to the adventure-laden McCall, the historic Priest River to the winter sports haven of Hailey, each town in Idaho is unique in its own right. Weiser, with its historic landmarks and fiddle festival, and Driggs, surrounded by majestic mountain ranges, deserve a spot on your Idaho bucket list.

In a nutshell, these small towns in Idaho are the perfect blend of nature, adventure, culture, and history. So pack your bags and set off on a weekend getaway you'll remember forever!

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10 Most Expensive Towns in America Include Idaho Town.

The home value-to-income ratio was calculated for each town and metro by dividing an area’s median home value by its median household income. The larger the ratio, the more expensive homes are relative to an area’s median income.

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2 of the Safest Cities In The Top 30 are in Idaho

In order to determine the safest cities in which to live, WalletHub compared 182 cities — including the 150 most populated U.S. cities, plus at least two of the most populated cities in each state — across three key dimensions: 1) Home & Community Safety, 2) Natural-Disaster Risk, and 3) Financial Safety.

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