- The list below includes 17 free or cheap things to do in or near Twin Falls, Idaho, including 18 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Bridges, Hiking Trails and Ziplines.
- From Perrine Bridge to Snake River Canyon Trail, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Twin Falls and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Buhl and Jerome.
Mardi Katz Fun Center 677 Filer Avenue, Twin Falls, ID MoreLess Info
Indoor center hosts an array of minigames for children to compete and enjoy
Covering 2.1 million acres, and spread on 2 states, the Sawtooth National Forest is a forest preserve which includes a recreational area and a wilderness area. Lakes, rivers, peaks which reach up to 12,009 feet high, campsites, and plenty of trails are found in here.
Visitors who want a simple, no-frills park find it at Centennial Waterfront Park. The park is remote and undisturbed by encroaching cities and housing developments. The only amenities are outhouses scattered throughout the park.
Located along the Snake River, Shoshone Falls Park features 212-foot falls and can be used for swimming, boating, hiking and picnics. The park includes children's playgrounds, restrooms, on-duty lifeguards, open grassy fields and shaded areas.
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3591 Blue Lakes Blvd N, Twin Falls, ID 83301 MoreLess Info
The Buzz Langdon Visitor Center - Perrine Bridge is a visitor information area that provides a wealth of information about the surrounding area and its activities and attractions. Visitors will find brochures as well as a knowledgeable staff.
Measuring 24 acres, Harmon Park has facilities for baseball, basketball, tennis, horseshoes and volleyball. The park features a children's playground, picnic tables, shelters, grills, a skate park and open grass fields with a mix of trees.
At Proost Family Farms, visitors can select from a wide variety of fresh and seasonal produce from its farm stands. In addition to produce, visitors can purchase jams, honey, and pickled vegetables made on the farm.
Zipline fun and excitement awaits clients at Zip the Snake in Twin Falls, Idaho. The company's expert instructors help clients stay safe as they swing from point to point. Customers must wear suitable clothing and athletic shoes, but safety helmets are included in the ticket price.