TWIN FALLS, IDAHO


A Hidden gem just minutes from downtown boise

Local Shops

Downtown businesses enjoy a large daytime population passing by or stopping in. enjoy a charming neighborhood setting with green spaces, restaurants and coffee shops that are ideal for a lunch break or business meeting

Nature

Twin Falls is best known for Shoshone Falls, the Niagara of the West, and bountiful outdoor adventures. Adventure seekers here can enjoy whitewater rafting, kayaking, rock-climbing and BASE jumping from Perrine Bridge.

Restaurants

Stop by one of our amazing restaurants for some contemporary Asian cuisine, fresh off the boat sushi, a slice of pizza at the local pizza parlor, or some BBQ and a draft brew at a hip standby.

Entertainment

Enjoy relaxing in the park, playing in the fountains, or listening to music during the free outdoor concert series. Saturdays provide opportunity to enjoy local fruits, vegetables and artisan crafts at the Saturday Market. Many long-standing festivals and events take place downtown year-round

Business

Twin Falls has a thriving agriculture-based economy, which powers its reputation as a preferred location for food science, production and processing companies.

Public Art

To enhance Eagle's history and aesthetically enhance its sense of place by responsibly promoting the arts for the benefit of the greater Eagle community

















Downtown Twin Falls


The historic old town covers multiple blocks and has something for everyone. A recent revitalization brought new businesses and a community common space for events – including a splash pad for families. Patrons will find boutique shops, crave worthy dining, a restored theater, breweries, night life and lots of activities.

  • The Downtown Commons
  • Beautiful family friendly neighborhoods & parks
  • Small-town feel
  • Nestled right up against the foothills

Recreation & Activity


"We are the proud stewards of over 1,650 acres of parks and open spaces, in over 80 public areas including parks, urban wilderness space, trails, playgrounds, ball-fields, swimming pool, splash pad, and landscape areas throughout the community.


We value the health of our community and strive to offer public spaces that provide opportunities to relax, play, exercise and connect with neighbors and nature. We provide a growing selection of recreation and aquatics programs to engage our diverse population.

I invite you to explore our website and find the programs, facilities and spaces to suit your interests."


- Wendy Davis
Parks and Recreation Director

  • The Shoshone Falls
  • Sawtooth National Forest
  • Dierkes Lake Park
  • Canyon Rim Trail



3573 E Longwing Ln #210 Meridian, ID 83642

Phone: 208 - 576 - 4717