Located in Idaho’s Magic Valley region, Twin Falls is the largest city in the Valley and in fact, the biggest city in a 100-mile radius. Twin Falls serves as a regional commercial center for south-central Idaho and northeastern Nevada. Jackpot, Nevada is often considered part of the Greater Twin Falls region.
Shoshone Falls is a natural wonder on the Snake River that rises 212 feet, higher than Niagara Falls. It’s best observed in the spring when the water flows are high. Shoshone Falls hosts playgrounds, hiking trails, landscaped picnic areas, a boat ramp, a swimming area and a scenic overlook.
Thousands Springs produces awesome water displays where springs bubble up from deep within the river bed to form a crystal blue water pool. The water that explodes from the rock canyon walls and rushes to the Snake River is thought to be surges of the Big Lost River.
More waterfalls strut their stuff at Bridal Veil Falls, Pillar Falls, Twin Falls and the Perrine Coulee Falls.
For a fantastic view, walk across this bridge 1,500 feet across the Snake River to look down 50 stories at a panoramic sight of the Snake River and the Centennial Waterfront Park.
See Evel Knievel’s famous Snake River motorcycle jump site. Watch the base jumpers plunge off the bridge, or book a jump yourself!
Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve features a vast ocean of lava flows with scattered islands of cinder cones and sagebrush. Explore this weird, scenic and other worldly landscape!
Natural beauty, skiing and other outdoor recreation in and around the Sun Valley will keep you exhilarated during your stay at Twin Falls RV Park. Excellent dining choices, a thriving arts scene and an abundance of shopping await you in Sun Valley/Ketchum.
Take an evening sleigh ride through the woods to a gourmet dinner at Trail Creek Cabin or enjoy an evening stroll on the legendary gallery walk.
These unique caves have a floor of ice. A statue of a dinosaur ridden by a caveman and a three-story high Native American, Chief Washakie, greet you as you tour the frozen-year-round cave in your vehicle.
Get your game on by visiting Barton’s Club 93, Cactus Pete’s Resort and The Horseshu casinos in Jackpot, just a short 40 mile drive on highway 93 from Twin Falls RV Park. There is easy access to hunting, fishing, hiking, water and winter sports. You can also enjoy concerts, entertainment and events at area hot spots.
Glimpse life prior to the latest ice age by discovering the largest concentration of Hagerman Horse fossils in North America, including 30 complete horse fossils and portions of 200 individual horses.
This internationally significant monument protects the world’s richest late Pliocene era (5.3 to 2.6 million years ago) fossil deposits with more than over 220 species of plants and animals!