Spring Break is upon us. You may have dreamed about road tripping to one of Idaho’s incredible indoor water parks, the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival in Oregon or going to ride coasters on opening weekend at Lagoon. The one thing holding you back? Gas prices.
Fair. That’s totally fair. Right now, the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded is $4.30 a gallon. Idaho’s average is $4.36. In Boise? It’s even more painful. Try $4.46. Yeah, you read that right. In Boise, we’re paying 16 cents more per gallon.
Naturally, you’re looking for any way you possibly can to save a few bucks at the pump. We’ve got two hacks that may be able to do that!
Use These 2 Brilliant Life Hacks to Save Money on Gas in Boise
Are gas prices holding you back from a road trip you were looking forward too? Use these life hacks to save a few dollars at the pump and get on the road!
KEEP READING: Idaho's Two Insane Indoor Waterparks Are Worth the Drive
Did you know Idaho is home to not one but TWO incredible indoor water parks? They each offer something a little bit different, so scroll through to learn more about what makes them an incredible place to beat the winter blahs.
Lagoon's Nine Thrilling Roller Coasters Ranked Worst to First
The Treasure Valley doesn't have its own amusement park, but a weekend trip to Lagoon Amusement Park
in Farmington, Utah is totally doable over a weekend! Here are the nine coasters waiting for you when you arrive! (By the way, we use the word "worst" loosely. There's really no such thing as a bad coaster.)