- Our list of the best things to do in Horseshoe Bend, Idaho, features the top 66 nearby activities — including 30 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Horseshoe Bend, ID has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Food & Drink, Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 3 things to do within the city of Horseshoe Bend, ID , followed by 63 popular activities in nearby cities, including Boise, Meridian, Garden City and Eagle
Baseball fans can enjoy minor league play at Hawks Memorial Stadium. Home to the Boise Hawk team, the stadium hosts a full schedule of games, special evenings (such as fireworks night), and even rents out the facility for private events.
Les Bois Park is a thoroughbred race track that runs a summer schedule of live raceing each year. The track also offers pari-mutuel wagering, off-track betting to other tracks, and has various snack areas and a restaurant and bar.
Visit Bogus Basin Ski Resort for outdoor winter recreation in Boise. The resort offers day and night skiing, snowshoe trails, and tubing during the Winter months, as well as biking and hiking during the Summer.
Gateway Parks Eagle is a snow park with separate hills for tubing and skiing and snowboarding. Their terrain features include many rails, jibs and jumps and they also have picnic tables, wood fire pits, grills and a concession stand.
Featuring 11 acres of developed parkland, Camel's Back Park offers grass turf practice fields, tennis and volleyball courts and a large hill for climbing. The park also provides picnic areas, a children's playground, open green space and hiking trails.
Sharing a tasting room with Telaya Wine Co., Coiled Wines offers visitors a selection of Riesling wines to sample. The owner of the winery is present in the tasting room to answer questions and provide suggestions.
Known for its red blends, Telaya Wine Co offers visitors samples of its wine in an industrial tasting room environment. The tasting room is shared with another winery called the Cinder Winery, allowing visitors to sample wines from both wineries.
Located just outside downtown Boise, Cinder Wines is a craft winery that makes a variety of red and white wines from locally grown grapes. The winery welcomes visitors for tastings, and offers advice on food pairings.
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4338 Chinden Blvd, District 44 Wineries, Garden City, ID 83714 MoreLess Info
With its tasting room located in a warehouse, Split Rail Winery offers visitors samples of its red wine blends. The tasting room is filled with aged barrels of wine for visitors to sample from.