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Idaho State Map. When visiting Idaho, there are several top sites that are worth exploring. Here are five notable destinations that can be found  including the state capital of  Boise, Nampa, Meridian , Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Falls, Lewiston and Pocatello

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Idaho State Road Map. When visiting Idaho, there are several top sites that are worth exploring. Here are five notable destinations that can be found on Rand McNally's Easy To Read State Folded Map of Idaho:
1. Boise/Nampa/Meridian: The capital city of Idaho, Boise, along with the neighboring cities of Nampa and Meridian, offers a vibrant urban experience combined with access to outdoor recreational opportunities. Explore the Boise River Greenbelt, visit the Idaho State Capitol, discover the Old Idaho Penitentiary, or enjoy the lively downtown area with its restaurants, shops, and cultural attractions.
2. Coeur d'Alene: Located in the northern part of Idaho, Coeur d'Alene is known for its stunning lake of the same name. Enjoy water activities such as boating and fishing, take a scenic cruise on the lake, or explore the charming downtown area with its shops, galleries, and restaurants. Don't miss the opportunity to visit Tubbs Hill, a beautiful natural area perfect for hiking and enjoying panoramic views of the lake.
3. Idaho Falls: Situated along the Snake River, Idaho Falls is a picturesque city with a lovely riverwalk and a prominent waterfall in its downtown area. Visit the Idaho Falls Zoo, explore the Museum of Idaho to learn about the region's history and culture, or enjoy a peaceful stroll through the Japanese Garden located near the river.
4. Lewiston: Located at the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater rivers, Lewiston is a historic city with a rich Native American and pioneer heritage. Explore the Lewis-Clark Center for Arts & History, visit Hells Gate State Park for outdoor recreation, or take a scenic drive along the nearby Spiral Highway for breathtaking views of the region.
5. Pocatello: Nestled in the southeastern part of the state, Pocatello is surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes and offers a variety of outdoor activities. Explore the scenic trails of Pocatello's City Creek Management Area, visit the Idaho Museum of Natural History, or take a trip to the nearby Lava Hot Springs for a relaxing soak in natural hot springs.

These five destinations, along with the Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks located in the neighboring states of Wyoming and Montana, offer a diverse range of experiences and showcase the natural beauty and cultural attractions that Idaho has to offer. The Easy To Read State Folded Map by Rand McNally will provide accurate and reliable guidance to help you navigate and explore these sites and many more throughout the state.