IN IDAHO IT’S ALL ABOUT THE
Come As You Are
At Idaho wineries there is something for everyone.
The Sunnyslope Wine Trail Festival is the perfect way to spend a summer evening. Your toes will tap with the lively musical talents of local bands. Stroll through the beautiful new Indian Creek Plaza in downtown Caldwell, while you sip wine and peruse the works of local artists and craftsman. Guests can sip on wines from any of the participating wineries and complement their wine with tasty food prepared by local food vendors.
America’s 99th largest city, Boise, Idaho’s manageable size and immersive proximity to nature make it an ideal getaway for those who can’t decide between city and country. Tucked into the foothills of the Boise Mountains and bisected by the Boise River not from Boise High School and the Boise Art Museum, all within twenty minutes (max) of Boise Airport, it only takes an hour or two to realize just how fond Boiseans are of their charming home, but the one thing they may cherish more than the city itself (pronounced BOY-see, not Boy-zee, by the way) is its dog population.