When your plans take you to the breathtakingly beautiful Twin Falls, be sure to stay at the Shilo Inns Suites Hotel located in the heart of southern Idaho near Snake River Canyon and beautiful Shoshone Falls. Each of the 128 suites is thoughtfully decorated with comfort and functionality in mind. Rooms with an in-room spa are available. Kids under 18 always stay free with an adult at Shilo Inns. Dogs welcome with nominal fee.
ADA compliant rooms available, call 800-222-2244 for details or use comments field online to reserve
Coffee Available in the Lobby
Free Parking for Guests
Guest Laundry: Washers & Dryers
High Speed Internet Access
Meeting and Banquet Rooms Available
Sauna and/or Steam Room
This Hotel Is 100% Smoke Free
Alarm Clock Radio or Call the Front Desk to Request a Wake-Up Call
Cribs/Play Pens Available upon Request
Free Local Calls and/or Voicemail.
Make Shilo your first choice for a small gathering or executive off-site meeting. Our knowledgeable staff will assist you with all your planning needs including room setup and audio visual presentation. If you want food and beverage service, we can offer a list of preferred vendors to contact.
Canyon Springs is one of the finest public courses in Southern Idaho. Located in the majestic Snake River Canyon near Twin Falls, Idaho, Canyon Springs challenges players of all skill levels in a setting that rivals the best resort courses of the West. The micro-climate of the canyon allows the course to be open year around with only a few weather-dependent days in the winter months. Best of all, Southern Idaho is still one of the most affordable places to play.
Welcome to our adventures in the deep river canyons and majestic mountains of Idaho. We wish to share with you the unique beauty, challenge, and thrill of the Snake and Salmon rivers. Idaho Guide Service, Inc. is an owner-operated business with over 35 Years experience outfitting in Idaho. We specialize in small groups and custom trips with personalized service. This small group philosophy is also compatible with our use and care of the the areas which we traverse.
Shoshone Falls in Twin Falls, Idaho is a popular and historic stop for visitors to southern Idaho. Often referred to as the “Niagara of the West”, the waters of the Snake River cascade 212 feet (64.7m) down over the 900 ft. (274m) wide canyon rim to the river below, making Shoshone Falls 36 ft. (10.97m) higher than its majestic sister in upstate New York.
Boat Tours and Base Jumping Pickups out of Centennial Waterfront Park in Twin Falls, Idaho. Perrine Bridge Jumps over the SNAKE RIVER, IDAHO. Licensed, Boned and Insured Outfitters and Guides,
Authorized Concessionaire of Twin Falls County & Centennial Park
Whitewater Outfitters and Snake River Professional since 1974.
Call our Toll Free number and arrange your pickup date and times.
We are on the river every day in season from approx. 7am to 7pm.
The City of Rocks, near Almo, Idaho, is a National reserve filled with two billion plus year old granite rock formations shaped as monoliths and pinnacles that tower stories-high above the ground. With its hundreds of climbing and hiking trails, the mountain biking community has adopted the reserve as an iconic riding playground.
Largest concentration of Hagerman Horse (Equus simplicidens) fossils in North America - 30 complete horse fossils and portions of 200 individual horses. Internationally significant Monument protects world's richest late Pliocene epoch (3 - 4 mya) fossil deposits: over 220 species of plants and animals! Glimpse life before the last Ice Age and view earliest appearance of modern flora and fauna.
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The Herrett Center for Arts and Science is a non-profit museum on the main campus of the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, Idaho, USA. Its purpose is primarily educational, offering programs to elementary and secondary school students, CSI students, and the adult community of south-central Idaho. The Center collects, preserves, interprets, and exhibits anthropological artifacts and natural history specimens with an emphasis on the prehistoric American continents.