Nearly 85% of all commercial trout sold in the U.S. is produced in the HagermanValley.
Idaho’s state fruit is the Huckleberry, our state vegatable is, of course, the potato.
Idaho’s state bird is the Mountain Bluebird.
Twin Falls was the sight of Evil Knievels jump in 1974.
Evil Knievel’s Jump in 1974 over Twin Falls
Idaho’s Population is around 1.5 million with about 600,000 living in the Boise metro area.
The word “Potato” first apeared on an Idaho license plate in 1928. The now famous words “Famous Potatoes” apeared on our plates in 1957. Did you know most Idaho License Plates tell you where the driver is from? Learn our license plate designations here.
Idaho is bordered by Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, Montana and Canada.
The deepest river gorge in North America is Idaho’s Hells Canyon (7,900 ft deep).
The statehouse in Boise is geothermally heated from underground hot springs.
The first alpine chairlift was used in Sun Valley. In 1936 the fee was 25 cents per ride.
Idaho has 3,100 miles of rivers – more than any other state.