The Malad River Canyon is 250 feet deep and 2.5 miles long. At Malad Gorge State Park, located right off ...
Niagara Springs Unit-Thousand Springs State Park
Tumbling down the canyon side at 250 cubic feet per second, Niagara Springs is a sight you won’t soon forget. ...
Sawtooth National Forest
The Sawtooth National Forest comprises more than 2.1 million acres of public land, most in south central Idaho with some ...
Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument
Did you know that the horse evolved in North America? The Hagerman Horse, Equus Simplicidens, Idaho’s state fossil, was the ...
Thousand Springs Resort
Beautiful views of the scenic Snake River and Thousand Springs enhance this RV Park and campground with an indoor pool ...
Nat-Soo-Pah Hot Springs
Nat-Soo-Pah offers a large swimming pool fed by a 99 degree spring, a spa and hot soak pool, a 90 ...
Milner Historic Recreation Area
Milner Dam is one of the earliest on the Snake River and made farming possible in the high desert around ...
Magic Mountain Resort
Tucked away in the Sawtooth National Forest lies the Magic Mountain Resort. Magic Mountain is just outside of Twin Falls and ...
Idaho Guide Service Inc.
This is the year and now is the time to plan your Outdoor Adventure on the Snake and Salmon Rivers. ...
This bridge is a national historic place, spanning the Snake River between Twin Falls and Gooding counties on Old Highway ...
Shilo Inn Suites
Stay at the Shilo Inn Suites in Twin Falls between December 23 -26, 2016 for only $63.00 plus tax. Call (208) 733-7545 and ask for our Holiday Special. Free WI-FI and indoor pool.Learn More
We have 15 Private Hot Pools, 6 VIP Pools and 4 Outdoor Public Pools. The 4 outdoor, general admission pools are kept cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter to provide the perfect temperature to relax, exercise or play. In any season, the water is chemical free and the pools are drained and cleaned nightly. There are 15 smaller private soaking pools, each with adjustable temperatures and changing rooms, available on a first come, first served basis.Learn More
If you are looking at Hagerman lodging you’ve come to the right place. Whether you are visiting the Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument, relaxing in any of the several hot springs, visiting the amazing Malad Gorge, or just enjoying yourself on the famous Snake River, stay at the Hagerman Valley Inn.Learn More
Now you can zipline through the canyon even Evel Knievel couldn’t conquer. The Magic Valley’s first-ever zipline is in the heart of the Snake River Canyon, with amazing views of the towering Perrine Bridge and the meandering river below. Don’t miss your chance to “fly” through one of America’s most impressive canyons!Learn More
city of rocks
Ever heard of a city made of rocks? You can find one in Southern Idaho! The City of Rocks National Reserve offers stunning views of jaw-dropping geology and more than 700 routes to challenge climbers, as well as year-round recreation opportunities for everyone from bird watchers to skiers.Learn More
Autumn Transforms Southern Idaho Into Fishing and Hunting Paradise
As the leaves turn gold and red, Southern Idaho’s fishing and hunting opportunities go into overdrive. Fall is the best time to hit up Southern Idaho’s lakes and reservoirs for fat fish, while the region’s unparalleled chukar hunting attracts game bird lovers from far and wide.
Do You Dare Enter the Haunted Mansions of Albion?
Zombies. Clowns. Ghosts. What could go wrong? In the Haunted Mansions of Albion, a lot — and that’s the fun! Every year, the organizers of the Haunted Mansions of Albion transform the abandoned Albion Normal School into a nightmare dreamscape for Halloween thrill seekers and the plain old curious.
Eat Your Way Through Southern Idaho This Harvest Season
Southern Idaho’s rich farmland offers up an assortment of riches in the late summer and early fall. You can easily spend a weekend picking apples and raspberries or browsing tables full of plums and pumpkins at a local farmers market.
Your Rodeo Roundup
Late July and August are packed with events, but for a real taste of Idaho, nothing beats a rodeo. Here’s ...
Exploring Idaho’s Up-and-Coming Wine Region
Idaho vintners are rewriting the nation’s winemaking rules: Who says the Gem State can’t create top-notch wines? The state is in ...
SUP! Your Guide to Hot-Weather Paddleboarding
Increasingly popular in Southern Idaho (with a lot of great places to rent SUP boards), stand-up paddleboarding takes only a ...
Beat the Heat in Southern Idaho
Shoshone Indian Ice Caves. This icon of roadside kitsch (perhaps you’ve passed the giant green dinosaur statue?) is, quite possibly, ...
June & July in Southern Idaho
Ready for some old-fashioned Western fun? Late June and early July are great times to visit Southern Idaho — from ...
Weird, Wonderful Craters of the Moon
Feel the Flow Craters of the Moon was created by eight major volcanic flows that occurred between 15,000 and 20,000 ...
Make plans to visit Fairfield for Camas Lily Days June 4-5
Family friendly event features lots of activities for kids including fishing derby Following a robust winter, the camas lily blooms ...