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Snake River Canyon Trail
#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Twin Falls
As you continue past that point the trail will begin to wind through the high desert terrain and descend into Shoshone Falls Park offering some of the most spectacular views of the falls.
An awesome place for picture-taking or to just enjoy nature at its finest.
Shoshone Falls
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Twin Falls
Shoshone Falls Park, roughly three miles northeast of Twin Falls, Idaho, offers stunning, breathtaking views of the majestic Shoshone Falls, a waterfall in the Snake River Canyon.
There is an entrance fee into the park for part of the year but it is a nominal fee and gains a car access to both Shoshone Falls, Shoshone Falls park, Dierkes lake and the park and walking trails around the lake.
Centennial Waterfront Park
#3 of 10 Nature & Parks in Twin Falls
Tucked at the bottom of the Snake River and snug between the canyon walls and the banks of the river, Centennial Waterfront Park is situation in a gorgeous area perfect for partaking in water sports on the river.
You can launch a boat from the docs, play with the kids in the park, take a walk to see the breathtaking views of the Perrine Bridge or just have a picnic along the way.
Sawtooth National Forest
#4 of 10 Nature & Parks in Twin Falls
If you love nature, the mountains, privacy, insane views at every turn, natural wonders, getting away from it all, camping, lodges, raging rivers, stocked streams, fishing, high mountain lakes in the middle of now...
Because it's all federal land, there aren't many places to stay, but you should get to see it before the national park/national forests crowds come.
Dierkes Lake
#5 of 10 Nature & Parks in Twin Falls
This lake is located within the Shoshone Falls breathtaking Park, with ample area to run around for little children.
This is in the same road that goes down to Shoshone Falls park, for $3 you can see them both!
Rock Creek Park
#6 of 10 Nature & Parks in Twin Falls
There are two entrances to the park but the first one is for camping trailers so be sure and take the second one that says Rock Creek Park!!! Great place for your family, friends and dogs on a leash!! Enjoy!!
Excellent little city park that we happened on by recommendation from our RV salesman at Bish's RV (right down the road so super handy!!).
Twin Falls
#7 of 10 Nature & Parks in Twin Falls
You can use twin as a base to travel to other great area within 4 to 5 hours of beautiful drives Jackson Hole, Glacier Park, Yellowstone
Great views if you park by Taco Bell and walk down the path to see the jumpers land on the designsted landing area
Sunway Soccer Complex
#8 of 10 Nature & Parks in Twin Falls
Fun Park and Splash Park
Great accessible park
Pillar Falls
#9 of 10 Nature & Parks in Twin Falls
It can be hiked down to on a treacherous access road, however most paddle up on a kayak from Centennial Park.
You actually can park and walk down to Pillar Falls.
Auger Falls
#10 of 10 Nature & Parks in Twin Falls
Magic Mountain Ski Area Kimberly 2.4 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Kimberly