Idaho is a beautiful state for RV travel and camping adventures, and each time we visit we remember how much we love it here.  In the summer of 2008 we discovered the 72 mile paved bike path, Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes, as well as the little town of Kellogg that sits on its edge up north. 

In the summer of 2009, we returned to Idaho and fell in love with the Sun Valley / Ketchum area. The Sawtooth Scenic Byway was stunning, and the little town of Stanley was a true delight (with a fabulous crystal clear lake for kayaking).

We dashed through Idaho with our RV in the summer of 2012 on the Mesa Falls Scenic Byway and returned for a longer stay in 2014 to revisit favorite haunts in Sun Valley. During that RV road trip we discovered Shoshone and the haunting beauty of Craters of the Moon National Monument.

In 2016 we traveled north along the eastern side of the state in the spring, enjoying the quiet towns of Mackay, Challis and Salmon. In the summer we traveled south along the western side of the state where we found the wonderful beach towns of Sandpoint and McCall.

In 2022, with our new Genesis Supreme Toy Hauler in tow, we visited Idaho Falls and discovered more beauty in the quieter parts of Idaho, including the Northwest Passage Scenic Byway on US-12.

Our travel blog posts are below: