Need To Unplug? Here’s A Map To Idaho’s Best Cabin Rentals
Now that the holidays are over and 2020 has begun, it might be time to start the recovery process from crowded malls, the aftermath of hosting relatives and a schedule that hasn't included personal leisure in weeks. It might be time to head out for a few days of rest and relaxation at one of Idaho's best kept secret stayovers.
I don't know about you, but I'm long overdue for an opportunity to get out of town and not have to deal with alarm clocks, city noise or a smart phone messaging tone that pings every two minutes. Three words are all that are on my mind now that the holidays are behind us, and those are...Do-Not-Disturb.
After two straight years have passed where we had to cancel our big vacation plans--in 2018 it was a planned road trip to Banff National Park, and last year it was Jackson Hole--I'm going to do everything in my power in 2020 to disconnect, and take my family out of town for a few days.
There are a number of great cabin rentals throughout the Gem State that appear to offer just what the doctor ordered in the way of "off-the-grid" temporary housing. From rentals near Yellowstone National Park to Salmon Challis National Forest, and north to Kootenai County, there are some great spots to consider.
If it's time to hit the road for you, check out some of these great rentals that can be found just a short distance from Twin Falls and beyond.