Idaho’s Lakes and Rivers are a Photographer’s Goldmine
With its sapphire lakes and winding rivers, Idaho’s waterways are some of the best places for stunning images and endless adventure:
Ritter Island, Thousand Springs State Park | Twin Falls
Snap a waterfall-framed selfie or pose in the endless blues and greens of the water and vegetation in the park.
Lake Pend Oreille | Sandpoint
Capture the star-studded sky at the fifth-deepest lake in the U.S. Surrounded by the northern Rocky Mountains and a dense forest of fir and pine, there is no shortage of colors and textures on which to set your lens.
Three Island Crossing State Park | Glenns Ferry
There are few better locations to experience the scenic and diverse landscapes of American agriculture. The lush farms and vineyards offer a perfect contrast to the high-desert plateau of the region.
Bear Lake State Park | St. Charles
From the sparkling turquoise waters in Bear Lake to the complex wetlands of Mud Lake, Bear Lake State Park captivates with its mountain peaks, migratory birds and sandy beaches.
Fall Creek Falls | Swan Valley
Focus your lens on this threading waterfall in Eastern Idaho, surrounded by the flowing Snake River and Snake River Range mountains in the distance.
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