- Our list of the best things to do in Victor, Idaho, features the top 74 nearby activities — including 53 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Victor, ID has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Tours, Sports & Fitness, and Water Activities.
- The results below include the top 9 things to do within the city of Victor, ID , followed by 64 popular activities in nearby cities, including Jackson, Wilson, Driggs, Moose, Teton Village, Alta and Moran
A full-service fly fishing shop and guide service, Snake River Angler offers guided trips for several rivers, as well as fishing lessons. Trips last either a half or full day and the latter includes beverages and lunch.
98% 684 votes
Home Ranch Public Parking Lot, Jackson, WY 83001 MoreLess Info
Wildlife safari specialists, Wildlife Expeditions of Teton Science Schools is a component of the not-for-profit organization, and offers all-ages expeditions in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem to view elk, moose, bison, wolves and bears.
Visitors can go on a day long wilderness safari through Yellowstone National Park with Wild Things of Wyoming. The tour guide is knowledgeable about the plant life and will point out bison, bears, moose, and other animals for the group.
Visitors to Lost Creek Ranch & Spa can enjoy both outdoor and indoor activities, from horseback riding and skeet shooting to massages and mineral baths. Other activities enjoyed there are golf, fly-fishing and park and float trips.
Experience the beauty of Jackson, Wyoming by horseback and plan a visit to Horse Creek Ranch. Guests can choose from a variety of tour packages, led by experienced guides, including overnight trips camping trips.
Visitors can learn more about the Grand Teton's wildlife, geology, human and natural history while on Triangle X River Trips. Visitors can choose between early morning float trips, evening float trips or combine the evening float trip with a cookout.
Family-owned and operated through four generations, Mill Iron Ranch, should be your first stop when visiting Jackson Hole. Choose from a variety of guided horseback trail rides, enjoy an authentic ranch meal and see the stunning views all around you.
52% 23 votes
5116 E. Heise Rd., Ririe, ID MoreLess Info
Ziplines, pools, golf courses, and other can be found at the Heise Hot Springs. There are camping sites and RV camping sites for those wishing to prolong their stay, as well as an eatery. Fishing expeditions can be organized with the staff members.
95% 20 votes
Alpine, WY MoreLess Info
Jackson Hole Outfitters offers six-day hunts for deer, elk, and moose on the Greys River. The company also offers half-day and full-day trail rides, camping, and fishing for cutthroat trout.