Thousand Springs Located in Hagerman which is about 35 miles northwest of Twin Falls. This park is made up of 5 separate areas: Malad Gorge, Earl M. Hardy Box Canyon Springs Nature Preserve, Ritter Island, Kelton Trail, Niagara Springs and Crystal Springs. Some of the activities in the area include biking, horseback riding, fishing, canoeing, hiking and kayaking. In the Malad Gorge area, the Malad River crashes down stairstep falls and then cuts through a 250-foot gorge on its way to the Snake River. Views of the gorge are best from the bridge that crosses the canyon.
Wilson Theatre - The beautifully restored 1920 Wilson Theatre, for special events, plays, weddings, and more.
Hot Shot Thrill Rides - The Sling Shot is the most exciting thrill attraction available today. Passengers are propelled up to 240 feet at speeds of almost 100 miles per hour. Riders will share their excitement, creating a buzz at your event, like none you've ever experienced.
Herrett Center - The Center is primarily an educational institution with program emphasis on elementary and secondary school students. The Center's collections policy states: 'The Herrett Center is dedicated to the preservation, interpretation, acquisition, and exhibition of information and materials derived from or relevant to pre-historic indigenous/native cultures of the New and Old World.'
Jerome County Historical Museum - The museum's displays tell the story of the development of the North Side Irrigation project, one of the most successful Carey Irrigation Act projects in the nation, and its towns and people.
1000 Springs Resort - Enjoy swimming or relaxing in the hot springs jacuzzi at 1000 Springs Resort. RV park and camping accommodations, as well as private bathing and swimming in geothermally-warmed mineral water.
Howells Opera House - Come and enjoy a night out with the performing arts in the beautiful Snake River plains of Southern Idaho.
Minidoka Internment National Monument - This national monument commemorates the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II.
Full Moon Gallery of Fine Art & Contemporary Crafts - An artist's cooperative in Historic Downtown Twin Falls that represents about 20 Magic Valley artists working in a variety of mediums including oil painting, watercolor, glass work, silversmithing, pottery, sculpture and more.
Hands on Pottery Studio - A contemporary ceramics studio which offers paint-your-own-pottery, make-your-own-mosaics, fused glass, Lilly Ollo silver clay jewelry, spa and metal projects. Hands On offers a relaxing environment where family and friends can spend quality time together.
Shoshone Falls - On the Snake River about four miles east of the City of Twin Falls. Here you can see a magnificent waterfall sculpted by the river modified by the action of one of the greatest floods in the history of the world.
Wilson Butte Cave - Located on Idaho's volcanic Snake River Plain, near present-day Twin Falls, Wilson Butte Cave protrudes like a rocky bubble on a vast, level sea of ancient lava. If you wandered near it, like native people probably did in search of game, you would be drawn to it, wondering what was there. You would be surprised at what you find.
Nat-Soo-Pah Hot Springs - A cozy resort, family owned and oriented. Nat-Soo-Pah has a large swimming pool that is naturally heated by thermal water bubbling up from the high-desert terrain.
Magic Mountain - There's magic on this mountain! Bring your family and come see for yourself why our resort is the top winter fun place in Southern Idaho!
Shoshone Ice Caves - These caves are one of the natural wonders of the world. Trained guides explain the geologic, volcanic, and historical background in these large lava ice caves. A museum contains Indian artifacts, gems, and minerals of local and world interest.
Miracle Hot Springs - A Geothermal Oasis in the Desert. Rejuvenate year-round in the best-feeling water on earth.