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Fall/Winter Issue of Discover Activity Guide Now Available

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Events, Family Fun Guide

Fall and winter recreation enthusiasts can now learn about the many recreation activities available throughout the Idaho Falls community in the newly released 2018 Fall/Winter issue of the Discover Idaho Falls Parks and Recreation Activity Guide.

Wild Watch

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors

It’s dark. So dark you fumble for your headlamp to light your steps. It’s cold. So cold you scramble for a coat to warm your core. It’s quiet. So quiet the urge to whisper ‘hush’ to your children is strong. They’re excited for the early morning adventure

September at Craters

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Road Trips

As summer moves into autumn come out and enjoy the nice temperatures and sparse crowds. The Lava Flow Campground remains open and accessible until the road is covered with snow.

What's Hatching at the IFZ

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Family Fun Guide

Idaho Falls Zoo is happy to announce a new endangered African penguin chick has hatched and is the first to hatch at the zoo since 2016!

The Power of Fishing

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Family Fun Guide

Help your children make some lasting memories this summer by taking them fishing. Idaho Falls Power’s Children’s Fishing Pond is again stocked with trout and open for the season.

Name the Place

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Photography, Road Trips

Winners announced in the 2018 Spring/Summer Middle Ground contest.

Spectacle on the Snake

Articles, Best of IF, East Idaho Outdoors, Events, Holidays, Photography

The 26th Melaleuca Freedom Celebration is poised to dazzle spectators with high-flying shells, cutting-edge special effects and artistic choreography.

The Falls Beyond the Falls

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Family Fun Guide

True to its name, our city on the river has an amazing waterfall system that is a magnet for tourists and locals alike. The region around us actually has a number of waterfalls, ranging from secluded and quaint to famously majestic.

Weitzel Tapped for National Rec Board

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors

City of Idaho Falls Parks and Recreation Director Greg A. Weitzel has been named as a member of the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) Board of Directors. His election carries a three-year term.

Power Trip

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Education And Arts, Family Fun Guide

Head to Arco for Memorial Day for the season opening of Experimental Breeder Reactor-I.

East Idaho Community Photo Contest

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Family Fun Guide, Photography, Education And Arts, Road Trips

Got a great photo to share for the Idaho Falls magazine’s 10th Annual East Idaho Community Photo Contest? Send it our way by October 31, 2018!

Clean & Green Citywide Cleanup Begins

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Home And Garden

The perfect opportunity for residents to dispose of unwanted items.

Ultimate Towner Race comes to Jackson

Articles, East Idaho Health, East Idaho Outdoors, Events

Idaho Falls, get ready for the Ultimate Towner Obstacle Course Race!

On the Run in Ammon

Articles, East Idaho Business, East Idaho Outdoors, Events

Bill’s Bike & Run is having a Grand Opening for its new Ammon location April 20, 3-7 p.m.

Digging in for Local Bike Trails

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Family Fun Guide, Road Trips

Saturday at 10 a.m., volunteers will start paving the way for a mountain-bike trail system on the southern end of Ryder Park.

'Stories from the Wild' with Kris Millgate

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors

An evening of films and conversation with a renowned outdoor journalist


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