There are a lot of things to love about Idaho and despite that, there are still some perceptions people have of Idaho that overshadow all of the good things.

What do we wish people knew about Idaho?

We took to social media to ask people what they wish people know about Idaho and there were a lot of positive things said. There are also people who don't want to share the positive to keep Idaho a "secret" from the world.

Look, we get it - people are moving into Idaho and it's growing at a pace that makes longtime residents/natives a little uncomfortable. These people are convinced that newcomers will change the entire landscape and way of living in Idaho.

We all understand that "fear" but isn't it time that we accept reality? The reality of the situation is that there is nothing any of us can do about people moving into Idaho. People are going to do what they want and quite honestly, when you look into what Idaho should be known for, we can't blame people for wanting to call this home.

Let's look at some of the most amazing things about Idaho that people should know about.

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As you can see, Idaho is home to a lot of hidden gems and recently, we came across one of the most beautiful. It's a hidden oasis that requires you to complete a bit of a hike but it's worth it. There's even a waterfall that looks like something from an exotic postcard.

Hidden Oasis Is One Of Idaho's Best Hidden Treasures

It's a short hike to get to, but once you make it to Jump Creek Falls, you'll never want to leave.

If you're wanting to fit in in Idaho but can't seem to figure out how, no worries we have you covered. Here are twelve things that you're doing that are showing everyone you're not from Idaho.

12 Things You're Doing That Show You're Not From Idaho

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