Swan Falls Park

Description

Located along the Snake River about 20 miles south of Kuna, Idaho.

This day-use park with a reservable picnic shelter is within the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area. The historic power house museum is currently closed due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Day use in the park is free. Amenities include the following:

  • Fishing docks
  • Interpretive signs

Did You Know?

The dam was built in 1901 to provide electricity to nearby mines. Swan Falls is the oldest hydroelectric generating site on the Snake River. Idaho Power built a new power plant in the mid-1990s. The old plant is now a museum.

The museum is currently closed to the public. Pedestrian access across the dam is open during daylight hours.

An equestrian parking area is available below the dam. Please do not clean horse trailers in the parking area, or anywhere in the Swan Falls recreation corridor. Overnight camping is not allowed in this area. Visit the Treasure Valley Back Country Horsemen’s website to learn more about equestrian opportunities for this area.

Rules

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Cancellations

Reservations may be cancelled up to 48 hours prior to arrival date for a refund of campsite/picnic shelter fees. Follow these steps to cancel a reservation:

Note: The reservation fee is non-refundable; in addition, a cancellation fee of $10 will apply.

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More Information

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Frequently Asked Questions

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questions@idahopower.com