Idaho is a stunning state that is often overlooked. The state is full of picturesque mountains, lush forests, and breathtaking valleys in the north. To south Idaho has the High Desert and the Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve (it turns out a spaceship is not needed to visit the moon). For many reasons, Idaho can be an adventurer’s dream.
One of the many stunning state parks in the state is Thousand Springs State Park in central Idaho. It has plenty of natural and historical attractions, with the park being spread out into various units – each offering something unique and interesting. As the name suggests, the park is full of picturesque springs and canyons.
The Six Units Of The Thousand Springs State Park
Thousand Springs State Park is composed of multiple units – namely Billingsley Creek, Earl M. Hardy Box Canyon Springs Nature…