From its sage-covered deserts to its lush wilderness areas, Idaho is a diverse state filled with many stunning natural attractions. Although the state is most famous for its potato crop, those who look beneath the surface will find an abundance of activities, events, festivals, museums and more. With unique and sometimes eerie landscapes and its tempting urban amenities, Idaho truly has something for everyone.
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In the late summer, many Native Americans flock to Fort Hall for the Shoshone Bannock Indian Festival. For more than 40 years, this festival has attracted Native Americans from around the country to enjoy traditional dress, dances, and an all-Indian rodeo. There is an art show, high stakes bingo, and many other fun things to do.
Each August, Sandpoint hosts the Festival at Sandpoint an 11-day festival featuring live music on several stages in an outdoor setting, featuring every music genre from classical to pop. After enjoying some tunes, stroll down a street dedicated to your favorite festival foods and local fare.
To go this week or next week, this is the question. All summer and into the early fall; Boise hosts the Idaho Shakespeare Festival. Since 1977, several plays of the famous playwright, Shakespeare have been performed each month in an outdoor setting. Visitors can bring a picnic to enjoy during the performance or select one of the local food vendors for a bite to eat.