- TripBuzz found 15 things to do with kids in or near Twin Falls, Idaho, including 2 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Buhl and Jerome.
- From Bowladrome Inc to Zip the Snake, the Twin Falls area offers 16 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Bridges, Hiking Trails and Ziplines.
- Located in Idaho's Magic Valley, Twin Falls is the largest city within a hundred miles of itself. Twin Falls, is a popular destination for hiking and enjoying picturesque views of the nearby waterfalls. Close natural attractions include Shoshone Falls, Pillar Falls, the Snake River Canyon, and Twin Falls among many others.
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.
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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.
85% 40 votes
US 93 North, Eden Exit, Jerome, ID MoreLess Info
Dedicated to the Japanese and American-Japanese people who were imprisoned during the Second World War, the Minidoka Internment National Monument is now called the Minidoka National Historic Site. Although most of the 600 building don't exist anymore, this park is included in the National Register of Historic P…
74% 23 votes
7 miles south of shoshone, 1 1/2 miles off highway, Shoshone, ID MoreLess Info
Located 7 miles south of Shoshone, the Idaho's Mammoth Cave is every bit as big as the name suggests. It consists of different museums with collections of rare animals and artifacts from across the world.
The aptly-named Balanced Rock Park in Buhl, Idaho is a striking rock formation formed by millions of years of wind and water erosion. The 40-ton 'balanced rock' rests on a narrow column of rock that is only three feet wide at its widest point.
48% 61 votes
221 North State St, Hagerman, ID 83332 MoreLess Info
Hagerman, Idaho is home to the Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument. The monument site and surrounding locations produce a rich assortment of fossils that shed light on Idaho's ancient geological history.
Basically an old lava tube with a length of 1,000 feet, the Shoshone Indian Ice Caves features below-freezing temperatures all around the year, making the subterranean water freeze – the top ice depth is of 30 feet. There is a gift shop on the premises, as well as a small museum.