Explore the most popular trails near St. Anthony with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

St. Anthony, Idaho Map

This was a beautiful trail. Close to the river and in shade for most of the path. We took our dog, and he had a blast. Not much to see at the end of the path but the whole walk was worth it.

very kid friendly nature walk

It was a nice stroll along the river. It was a little hard to find. Who knew a trail could begin at an Exxon parking lot?

We thought this was a peaceful, easy walk. Lots of wildflowers and cattails. Pretty views of the river. Mostly paved, plus boardwalks and a few benches. We walked all the way to the railroad bridge at the end of the trail. Just over 1 mile one way from the Riverview Cemetery parking lot. Bring insect repellent. Kid friendly. Runs alongside a sewer facility—just ignore that part, everything else is really beautiful.

Super pretty, kid, stroller and dog friendly. Lots of wildflowers and great views of Henry’s Fork. Great for trail running or a family walk/bike ride with kids.

Next to the sewer plant. Was very smelly. Ends at the railroad tracks. Pretty anti-climatic.

Wanted an easy, enjoyable hiking experience for my 4 year old, 2 year old, and 1 year old and this trail did not disappoint! We will definitely be back.

mountain biking
4 months ago

Took Kids for a quick ride trying out new mountain bikes. They loved it and had to ride it a second time. Easy to get to also.

Flat, easy trail walk. Some paved areas. Easy to access trailhead right off the road next to the cemetery. A fun walk along side the river. Several benches to stop and rest or eat at. Several man-made bridges are fun for the kids. Plenty of wildlife tracks in the snow. Signs along the way tell about the area and wildlife. Great for kids and family.