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ing. Other activities include cook-outs, wagon rides, hiking and horseback riding. Anglers, hikers and outdoor enthusiasts will love this area. Harriman State Park 3489 Green Canyon Rd. Island Park, ID 83429 (208) 558-7368 (866) 634-3246 Henry’s Lake State Park Located 15 miles west of Yellowstone National Park, this state park, named after explorer Major Andrew Henry, opens the Thursday before Memorial Day and closes October 31. The park’s main attraction is the high mountain lake named after Major Henry. It is a place anglers dream about. Anglers fish for cutthroat, brook and monster rainbow-cutthroat hybrid trout. The park has a modern fish cleaning station near the boat ramp. There are 44 campsites and several cabins available for rent. Information on winter activities can be obtained by calling Harriman State Park. by nuclear power here and lit lights in nearby Arco, Idaho. The Experimental Breeder Reactor Number I (EBR-I) is a Registered National Historic Landmark, open to the public from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. A good place for science and history buffs. Idaho National Laboratory P.O. Box 1625 • Idaho Falls, ID 83415 (208) 526-0111 Museum of Idaho Celebrating a decade of excellence, the Museum of Idaho is the intermountain west's premier museum in providing nationally and Internationally acclaimed exhibits to the surrounding areas. Showcasing both traveling and permanent exhibits, the museum is dedicated to preserving and educating the public in the sciences, the humanities, and the natural and cultural history of the area. Museum of Idaho 200 N Eastern Ave. Idaho Falls, ID 208-522-1400 Harriman State Park 3917 E. 5100 N. Island Park, ID 83429 (208) 558-7368 (866) 634-3246 Yellowstone National Park South Entrance Idaho National Laboratory main reason the park was established in 1872 as America's first national park — an idea that spread worldwide. A mountain wildland, home to grizzly bears, wolves, and herds of bison and elk, the park is the core of one of the last, nearly intact, natural ecosystems in the Earth’s temperate zone. (www.nps.gov/yell) (Featured Opposite) Located east of State Highway 22, between Arco and Dubois, the INL was created as a gunnery range d