I D A H O
cluding Lake Coeur d'Alene, and boasts a
scenic backdrop for events.
Hotel rooms: 2,500
Major facilities: The city offers a
variety of outdoor venues, including
parks, beach, softball fields, soccer fields
Contact: Coeur d'Alene Area CVB,
Idaho Falls is situated in the Rocky
Mountains, beneath the shadow of the
Grand Teton in eastern Idaho. Although
a small town, it offers opportunities for
world-class fishing and dozens of soccer,
baseball and softball fields.
Hotel rooms: 1,800
Major facilities: The Idaho Falls
Event Center has 5,000 fixed seats and
additional floor seating. Melaleuca Field
is a 3,400-seat baseball park.
Contact: Idaho Falls CVB,
Pocatello is situated in southeast Idaho.
Here you'll find venues large and small for
most any type of sport. In addition, the area
offers hundreds of miles of groomed trails
for Nordic skiing and more than 250 miles
of groomed snowmobile trails.
Hotel rooms: 1,200+
Major facilities: Holt Arena is a mul-
tipurpose indoor venue on the campus of
Idaho State University. Ross Park includes
an aquatic complex and a skate park. The
Mink Creek Nordic Ski Complex offers
trails for skiing and snowmobiling.
Contact: Visit Pocatello, visit
BOISE CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU
The Rhodes Skate Park was a loved
but cramped skate park in down-
town Boise — until a major grant
from the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson
Family Foundation allowed for a
Photo courtesy of Sidewayz Productions