Idaho Car Rentals
Experience Idaho in one of our rental cars.
If you want to discover one of the best places in the states to find semi-precious stones, head out in your Idaho rental car and explore the nation's 13th largest state. Known as the "Gem State," Idaho produces 72 types of stones, some of which cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Idaho covers two time zones, runs from Canada to Nevada, and encompasses the western side of the Rocky Mountains. Rivers, mountains and farmland dominate the state's landscape, but there are also urban, cosmopolitan sides to the state as well. No matter where you decide to visit on your trip, you'll find awesome scenery and friendly people along the way.
Make Boise the first stop in your Idaho rental car
Grab the family and head southwest in your Idaho rental car, where you'll discover a mix of cultural and artistic displays coupled with sand dunes, mountain ranges and the great outdoors. The capital city of Boise offers cultural experiences from the Boise Art Museum to the Basque Block and the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial. Head five minutes out of the city to reach a 25-mile long riverside Greenbelt path, a Ridge to Rivers trailhead leading into wild and scenic foothills, or one of the expansive, interconnected parks lining the city. You can enjoy the best of both worlds when you're in Boise.
Travel in your Boise rental car to Pocatello
Last stop: Sun Valley
After you set off from the state's capital in your Idaho rental car, experience a more rural setting in Pocatello. Named the "Gateway to the Northwest," pioneers, gold miners and settlers who traveled the Oregon Trail passed through the gates of this city. Take the family to the Fort Hall Replica to discover a recreated version of one of the northwest's earliest fur trading forts. Adjacent to the fort complex is a zoo with animals like grizzly bears and wild buffalo. Finish the trip just 30 minutes from Pocatello in Lava Hot Springs, where you can experience the sacred experience of soaking in a natural hot pool at the Native American Hot Springs.
Central Idaho will be the final location of your trip in your Boise rental car. Head to Sun Valley, known for its great skiing and outdoor recreation. But that's not all there is to do in Sun Valley. For a lesson in history, take the kids to see the Ernest Hemingway Memorial on Trail Creek Road, or Spot the black sheep among the thousands of wooly walkers during the Trailing of the Sheep parade in October. Finally, your kids will love seeing some of the area's ghost towns they'll feel like they're in the wild west. Check out local places like Custer or Bonanza for this unique experience.