|State Parks||Bear Lake State Park, Heybum State Park, Lucky Peak State Park, Hells Gate State Park|
|National Wildlife Refuge||Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge, Camas National Wildlife Refuge, Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge|
|Museums||Fort Hall, Idaho Potato Museum, Idaho Museum of Natural History, Appaloosa Museum, Bringham County Historical Museum|
|Historical Places||California National Historic Trail, Minidoka National Historic Site, Hageman Fossil Beds National Monument, Craters of the Moon National Monument|
|Other Places||City of Rocks National Reserve, Hells Canyon National Recreation Area, Sawtooth National Recreation Area, Cataldo Mission.|
Bear Lake State Park
Bear Lake State Park is a state park located along the shore of Bear Lake, Idaho. It is managed by Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation and was founded in 1969. There is a separate Bear Lake in Utah. The park in Idaho comprises two separate units, the north and the east unit. The north unit is used in the daytime only, while the east unit provides day use and overnight camping and electrical hook-ups. Each unit has a beach that extends over a mile in length and is a popular tourist destination. The Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge is situated near the north unit.
Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge is located in a mountain valley near Soda Springs, Idaho. It has the largest hardstem bulrush marsh in North America. It provides breeding habitat for more than 200 species and covers an area of 20,125.80 acres. The land surrounding the refuge is mostly wet meadows and grasslands. The place is home to a large nesting population of greater sandhill cranes and is a popular birding destination.
Hells Canyon National Recreation Area
Hells Canyon National Recreation Area is located on the borders of Idaho and Oregon. It was established in 1975 to preserve the historic and archaeological values of the Hells Canyon area and the area of the Snake River. It covers an area of 652,488 acres, out of which approximately 215,000 acres is designated as the Hells Canyon Wilderness. The majority of the area lies in eastern Wallowa County.
Craters of the Moon National Monument
Craters of the Moon National Monument is located in the Snake River Plain in central Idaho. It is a national monument and national preserve, and covers an area of 464,304 acres. The monument was established on May 2, 1924 and was designated as Craters of the Moon National Preserve in August 2002. This area’s features are three major lava fields and a large area of sagebrush steppe grasslands. It is managed by National Park Service and BLM.