|Your Loan Options in Idaho Falls, ID||Loan Limit*|
|Auto Equity Loans||$20,000.00|
4 miles Southeast of the Snake River. 2 miles east of Grand Teton Mall.
From IH-15 North, exit Sunnyside Street and head east. Follow Sunnyside Street to Holmes Avenue and turn left. Continue north on Holmes Avenue to 17th Street. Turn right on 17th Street and continue for approximately 200ft. The Cash Store will be on the left in a strip mall between Rent-a-Center and a Sprint store.
Idaho Falls, Idaho is a city of 57,000 located in southeastern Idaho. The city is world famous for having a high quality of life and incredible recreational activities. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy everything from skiing, camping, fishing, hiking and hunting. An example of this world-class outdoor activity can be found at Idaho Falls’ very own Snake River, which is widely recognized as having some of the best trout fishing in the world.
In 2009, National Geographic included Idaho Falls in its top 100 list of Best Adventure Towns. In addition to National Geographic, other national media outlets have recognized Idaho Falls. Business Week has named Idaho Falls as one the “Best Places to Raise Kids”. Forbes selected the town as one of the “Best Small Places for Business & Careers”. Finally, Money Magazine listed Idaho Falls as one of its Top 100 cities in 2010.
Idaho Falls offers a variety of family activities that are budget-friendly. Here are a few examples of what Idaho Falls offers. Every September, the town hosts its annual Harvest Fest and Outdoor Expo. The expo has a pie bake off, a chili challenge, a salsa showdown and more than 100 local exhibitors. Each year during the first weekend in August, the town presents its oldest rodeo, the War Bonnet Roundup, which has been a tradition since 1911. The town is home to Tautphaus Park Zoo, a leader in conservation and wildlife education. It is also known as the “Best Little Zoo in the West”.
|Idaho Falls, ID Living Costs|
|Median Home Cost||$109,450.00|
|Average Rent - 1 Bedroom||$545.00|
|Average Rent - 2 Bedrooms||$631.00|
|Average Cost of Dining Out - Dinner||$25.00|
|Average Basic Utilities Monthly (Electricity, Heating, Water, Garbage)||$ 137.14|
|Average High Speed Internet Bill||$19.99|
|Average Cable TV Bill||$60.00|
|Idaho Falls, ID Transportation Costs|
|TRPTA - General Public||$1.75|
|TRPTA - Seniors, Students, Disabled||$.75|
|Taxi Fare - Flag Pull||$5.00|
|Taxi Fare - Rate Per Mile||$1.40|
|Idaho Falls, ID Activities Costs|
|Museum of Idaho - Adults||$8.00|
|Museum of Idaho - Seniors||$7.00|
|Museum of Idaho - Kids||$6.00|
|Museum of Idaho - 4yrs and under||FREE|
|The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho - Adults||$4.00|
|The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho - Children and Students with ID||$2.00|
|The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho - 5 yrs and under||FREE|
|Tautphaus Park Zoo - Adults||$6.00|
|Tautphaus Park Zoo - Seniors||$4.50|
|Tautphaus Park Zoo - 4 yrs to 12 yrs||$3.00|
|Tautphaus Park Zoo - 3 yrs and under||FREE|
|East Idaho Harvest Fest and Outdoor Expo||FREE|
|War Bonnett Roundup - General Admission Adult||$15.00|
|War Bonnett Roundup - General Admission Child||$10.00|
|Idaho Falls, ID Sporting Event Costs|
|Idaho Falls Chukars - Box Seats||$10.00|
|Idaho Falls Chukars - General Admission||$7.00|
|Idaho Falls Chukars - Seniors and Youth under 12||$5.00|
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