Spring break is less than two weeks away in the Boise area, which means it's time to plan some family fun. Adventures and Idaho typically go hand in hand, but after an entire school year of start and stop, in school, out of school, remote learning, and in-person learning, you may have exhausted your family fun creativity. That's why we've created this guide to the perfect spring break adventures for you and your family. These destinations are in Idaho, so you won't have to hear, "are we there yet?" more than a few times. These are in no particular order. Each of these vacations are equally good.

Sun Valley
There are plenty of things to see and do in Sun Valley as a family, including spring skiing, snowshoeing, and some great restaurants. This is a great way to determine why some of Hollywood's biggest stars have built homes in Idaho.

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Coeur d'Alene
Couer d'Alene is one of the most beautiful places in the state. With the weather getting warmer, it's the perfect place to golf, hike, bike, or check out the Silverwood Theme Park

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Bruneau Dunes State Park
Bruneau Dunes is a great place to fish, bird watch, hike, or camp in the Spring. Best of all, it's only an hour from the Treasure Valley, so you could make it a day trip.

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Hell's Canyon
If you've never been to Hell's Canyon, you should know that its name is deceiving. It's the deepest gorge in North America, and in the Spring, its wildflowers bloom. If you enjoy wildlife, you can see everything from bald eagles to bighorn sheep and black bears. There's great camping, boating, fishing, and hiking. Since it's only two and a half hours from Boise, it makes for a comfortable vacation spot.

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