I want to say that everything is opening for Summer operations but that would be too soon. We're seeing too many businesses struggling to say open due to a lack of employees. Still keeping fingers crossed for our neighbors.

That doesn't seem to be stopping the special events like Western Idaho Fair, 4th of July Celebrations, and concerts which seem to be back. You can add Bogus Basin to the mix with a big Memorial Day Weekend opening.

Bogus Basin is more than just great Alpine skiing, Winter tubing, and some fun Snowshoeing. This is also a Summer recreational destination that maybe you've never visited. Memorial Day Weekend is here and Bogus Basin is open for fun.

Weekend-only summer operations will begin at the area this Saturday, May 29, 2021. Due to unseasonably wet conditions, activities will be limited to the Glade Runner Mountain Coaster, scenic chairlift rides, and gem panning. Food and beverage offerings, featuring the Double R Ranch BBQ Smokehouse menu, will be available in the ICCU Base Area Plaza.

That was posted in their announcement Thursday. The team also mentioned that as things get warmer over the next few weeks, more activities will be open for Idahoans.

Once seven-day-a-week operations begin on June 19, we'll be in full swing, offering more events and activities than ever before. - General Manager Brad Wilson.

This means that summer tubing and mountain biking will be back shortly. Can you believe it? We might actually have a Summer where our kids can interact. I know mine needs that now.

See you on the coaster!

Family Fun in the Treasure Valley from A-Z

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