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Shoshone Falls 360 Tour Link

Shoshone Falls

If you're visiting the City of Twin Falls for the first time, Shoshone Falls, also known as the Niagara of the West, is a must-see. With a 212 foot drop and a width of 900 feet, it is one of the largest natural waterfalls in the United States.

Twin Falls, ID
Thousand Springs Scenic Byway 360 Tour Link

Thousand Springs Scenic Byway

The Thousand Springs Scenic Byway winds through 67 miles of the most remarkable geology and natural beauty in Idaho. Here, ...

Bliss, ID

Wilson Lake Reservoir

Wilson Lake Reservoir is a 600-acre fishing spot with a boat ramp, parking, fuel and 40 camp sites. Wilson Lake ...

Hazelton, ID

Twin Falls Golf Club

Built in 1931, this public course has hosted the Idaho Open nearly 10 times and boasts a driving range, putting ...

Twin Falls, ID

Twin Falls County Historical Museum

Located in the old Union School at Curry Crossing, the Twin Falls County Historical Museum offers its visitors a unique ...

Twin Falls, ID

Milner Historic Recreation Area

Milner Dam is one of the earliest on the Snake River and made farming possible in the high desert around ...

Burley, ID

Thousand Springs Winery

The beautiful Thousand Springs area is noted for its premier terroir; fertile, sandy soil, hot summer days, and cool nights, ...

Hagerman, ID

Banbury Hot Springs

Banbury Hot Springs, located on the beautiful Snake River, north of Buhl, Idaho has always been considered a spiritual and ...

Buhl, ID

Winter Activities at Craters of the Moon

Cross-Country Skiing The winter landscape at Craters of the Moon is one of black and white. Deep snow obscures the ...

Arco, ID

Rafting Camas Creek, Idaho. Blaine Bridge to Moonstone Landing

The scenic beauty of Idaho and the cool fresh water make this Camas Creek section well worth the visit. This ...

Fairfield, ID
  • Miracle
    Hot Springs

    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.

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  • Hagerman
    VALLEY INN

    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.

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    • Hagerman Valley Inn
    • Hagerman Valley Inn
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    SNAKE

    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!

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The Twin Falls County Fair & Magic Valley Stampede Roars Into Town

The Twin Falls Country Fair and Magic Valley Stampede roars into town from Aug. 30-Sept. 4.

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.

Yeehaw! Your Southern Idaho 2017 Rodeo Roundup

Late July and August are packed with events, but for a real taste of Idaho, nothing beats a rodeo. Here’s ...

Head to Shoshone for a Weekend Adventure

Shoshone — a.k.a Train Town U.S.A. — is the oldest town in the Magic Valley. Founded in 1882, this historic ...

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2017 Summer Festival Roundup

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Centennial Marsh: One of Spring’s Most Beautiful Sights

The camas superbloom is upon us, and one of the best places to experience it is at Centennial Marsh in ...

Get ready to run the Murtaugh section of the Snake River in May

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