Magic Valley Airport – Twin Falls, Idaho
The Magic Valley Airport flew 87,497 people to their desinations in 2019! This set an all time high record for the airport. 2021 will likely pass that record due to the increased interest in Southern Idaho’s tourism opportunities. Twin Falls has received the Small Community Air Service Development grant. Currently Magic Valley Regional Airport only connects to Salt Lake City, with the exception of other airports occasionally.
Flying into the Magic Valley Airport provides endless adventure. A short drive will take you to Downtown Twin Falls where a plethora of shops, breweries, and restaurants are ready to serve. Head to the north end of Twin Falls to see the mighty Snake River Canyon cut through the earth. Here, there are many waterfalls to find as well as a viewing platform to watch BASE jumpers leap from the Perrine Bridge! There is hiking all around the canyon as well as a paved walking path, the Canyon Rim Trail, that spans 7 miles total. The eastern part of the Canyon Rim Trail leads to Shoshone Falls, Idaho’s beloved Niagara of the West. The 212 foot waterfall is gorgeous year round, but is sure to put on a show every spring season. Further east than Shoshone Falls is Dierke’s Lake where an urban trail system circles around the lake. Whether you’re visiting for work or play, there are many options to explore within miles of the Magic Valley Airport.