Twin Falls Park
Twin Falls Park is 10 acres of trees and lawns. It’s a few miles upstream of Shoshone Falls Park and provides:
- Day-use picnic shelter (Reserve Your Spot – Fees Apply)
- Picnic tables
- A boat ramp and docks
- A viewpoint with interpretive panels
- Barbecue stands
Day-use in all parks is free. Fees are charged for overnight camping, or to reserve day-use picnic shelters where reservations are allowed.
Please note: Day-use picnic shelters can be reserved between the first Friday in April through the last Sunday in October. You can make reservations up to nine months in advance. If you require assistance or accommodation to make a reservation, please call 1-844-472-7275. A convenience fee of $5 will be charged to make reservations by telephone, in addition to the standard $10 reservation fee.
This area is also the take-out point for the Murtaugh Reach, the popular Class IV whitewater reach of the Snake River.
Shoshone Falls Park
The City of Twin Falls owns and operates the Shoshone Falls/Dierkes Lake Complex. The complex offers the following:
- Picnic areas
- Hiking trails
- A boat ramp
- Scenic overlooks
- A swimming area
- Visitor information
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)-accessible restrooms
For a small per-car entry fee, visitors can picnic and relax in shaded, grassy areas while enjoying the splendor of Shoshone Falls. Find more details about the area on the City of Twin Falls website.
Shoshone Falls is one of the most stunning natural beauties along the Snake River. At 212 feet, the falls are higher than Niagara Falls. The best time to view the falls is in the spring when water flows are high. During dry years, irrigation changes of Snake River flows can greatly reduce water over the falls in the summer and fall.