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There's lots to do in Idaho this fall. From fall football to historic sites, the Gem State has your number this autumn.
Fall football can't be missed with the Idaho Vandals at the University of Idaho, and the Bengals at Idaho State University. Check out more autumn athletics with the Boise State University Broncos and the Coyote of the College of Idaho.
Looking for some outdoor recreation before ski season? Try hiking in the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area, boating at Shoshone Falls Park, and fishing Lake Coeur d’Alene. For cyclists, don't miss bike trails at Silver Mountain Summer Resort, Ponderosa State Park, and Saint Anthony Sand Dunes. You may even find some of the local golf courses still taking tee times.
Fall should also mean time spent exploring the state behind the wheel – explore ID via these impressive drive tours. There's the Northern Panhandle Tour, Southeastern Yellowstone Teton Tour, and the Southwestern Treasure Valley Tour.
And if you're looking for a lesson, check out awesome museums like the Jerome County Historical Museum, Bonner County Historical Museum, and the Potato Museum & Gift Shop. Your fall visit to Idaho will not be complete unless you check out one of it's most impressive sites, the Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve.