Centennial Waterfront Park is located on the north side of Twin Falls in the Snake River Canyon.

March 2024 Update: You cannot currently kayak past Pillar Falls. When kayaking at Centennial Waterfront Park, you will be required to get a (complimentary) hot wash from Idaho State Department of Agriculture. More information here: https://agri.idaho.gov/main/plants/snake-river-quagga-mussel-veligers/

The park is the area’s primary access point for river and canyon recreation. Visitors will find breathtaking views of the I.B. Perrine Bridge and Perrine Coulee Falls.  Other amenities include; Kayak and stand up paddle board rentals (seasonal), zip lining, boat docks and ramps, hiking trails, picnic shelters and a playground.

Centennial Park is adjacent to Clear Springs Golf Course and Auger Falls Park. The park is the best place to start if you are interested in seeing BASE Jumpers from below, paddling under the Perrine Bridge or to the base of Shoshone Falls. Centennial Waterfront Park is a public park managed by Twin Falls County.