The second week in September saw Treasure Hunters beepin' on the grounds of Expo Idaho, as gates were opened to allow access after the 2013 State Fair. Turnout for the four-day opening was moderate, but most Hunters were happy with the results. From coins to rings, treasures to junk, everybody seemed to find something to put a smile on their face. General access is now closed again, but those who would like to hunt on the Fairgrounds are asked to first check in at the Expo Idaho office. If they're not setting up for an event, or moving things around, a polite request will usually gain you access. The weather is shifting to (somewhat) cooler temps...remember, a big outdoor event is coming up at Julie Davis Park Sept. 28th, when the Museum Comes To Life. They'll have booths, exhibits, re-inactors, food carts, vintage cars and all that good outdoor fun! The event is free to the public and always draws a huge crowd! Great metal-detecting afterwards! Enjoy the last of your sumer, and, as always, Keep On Beepin'!
Memorial coin found on fairway!
This is the second year in a row she's found one of these at the Fairgrounds!
What are you looking at? Go find something with your metal detector!
DJ, doing what she does best at the shop!
Semi-retired Office Hours:
Due to road construction we're open on Saturday only, from noon to dusk
Call for New Permit or renewal Appointments ph. 208-343-2813