Cities and Towns of Southwest Idaho
This map of Southwest Idaho highlights major interstates and state highways, cities and towns. Find scenic wilderness areas such as the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area south of Boise and Peregrine Fund's World Center for Birds of Prey, and points of interest featuring Boot Hill Cemetery on the northwest side of Idaho City and Bruneau Dunes State Park, south of Mountain Home, is evidence of this region's unique geologic history. Click on any to city or town to find more information on accommodations and lodging, activities and outdoor recreation, attractions, food and beverage, visitor information and shopping venues. Utilize the left column to find more information on Southwest Idaho and more Idaho maps.
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