9 Cheap Yet Delightful Retirement Places in Idaho


Why retire in Idaho? Idaho is a great state for retirees who love nature, culture, and affordability. 

A four-season paradise  Sun Valley offers skiing, biking, boating, and arts in a friendly small town. 

Sun Valley 


A river city with two states post Falls is close to Spokane, WA and Coeur d’Alene, ID, with plenty of water activities. 



A tax-friendly border town  Lewiston is near Washington and Oregon, with low taxes, mild weather, and golf courses. 



A cultural and business hub  Idaho Falls has access to Yellowstone, Snake River, museums, theaters, and healthcare. 

Idaho Falls 


A mountain town with charm Ketchum is near Sun Valley, with hiking, fishing, hunting, and a lively downtown. 



A historic mining town  Wallace is a National Historic Landmark, with antique shops, museums, and trails. 



A capital city with amenities Boise has parks, trails, sports, arts, festivals, and a variety of housing options. 



A small town with orchards Emmett is surrounded by fruit farms, with a farmers’ market, rodeo, and fair. 



A rural town with tranquility Eden is a quiet town with low rent, friendly neighbors, and scenic views. 



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