One of our favorite places to hang out each fall has earned the attention of Reader's Digest as the best pumpkin patch in Idaho. But the pumpkin patch isn't even the thing they're the most well-known for.
This is the time of year that we get to see a whole new side of our neighbors. The house might look serene and picturesque from the outside, but then all of a sudden you're face-to-face with a faceless lady wrapped in linens hanging from a tree, and you're wondering if you should bother them for a screwdriver.
A four-hour road trip across southern Idaho will let you soak in some gorgeous fall views, and when you finish with that relaxing breath of fresh air, you'll arrive at a place so scary that you might have nightmares for weeks. Are you ready?