ADVENTURE STOPS AND PHOTO OPS

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It’s no secret that we here at HWY30 Music Fest love our home state of Idaho, and we wanted to share some of our favorite places around the state for adventures or photo ops. Check them out below!

Waterfalls

One of the prettiest parts of Idaho, and one of our favorites, are the waterfalls! This list features a number of popular waterfalls across Scenic Southern Idaho. Click the image to see for yourself!

Balanced Rock

Balanced rock is a world-famous, Southern Idaho icon. It’s something that can only be done justice by seeing it yourself. Click the picture to learn more!

Centennial Waterfront Park

Centennial Waterfront Park offers views of the famous I.B. Perrine Bridge, as well as Perrine Coulee Falls, with river access to the Snake River for water activities as well. Click on the image to learn more about this awesome park!

Evel Knievel Jump Site

Evel Knievel made his last and one of his most famous jumps over the Snake River Canyon. He didn’t end up succeeding in crossing the canyon, but you can go see the jump site for yourself!

The Perrine Bridge

This famous bridge is named after the founder of Twin Falls, and it is a popular attraction for the amazing views, and also because it’s one of the few places you can BASE jump without a special permit from the city. It’s also the 8th tallest bright in the US!

Federation Point

Federation Point is where the Canyon Rim Trail begins, and also offers wonderful views of Centennial Waterfront Park, Canyon Springs Golf Course, and the famous Perrine Bridge. We love the view from up here!

Dierkes Lake

Dierkes Lake is a popular spot for summer fun! This 191 acre park has plenty of room for a cookout or a fun day in the sun with the family. Come see for yourself and cool off in the lake on those hot summer days!

Shoshone Falls Park

At over 200 feet tall, Shoshone Falls is a breathtaking site that pictures don’t do justice. These falls are also in the Snake River Canyon, like many of our other favorite attractions, and is about 2 miles downstream from Twin Falls. Learn more by clicking on the picture.

The Visitors Center

The Visitors Center can be found at the base of the Perrine Bridge. Here you can find all sorts of information, displays, and exhibits featuring current and historical information about the Twin Falls and Snake River Canyon areas!

Vineyard Lake

Vineyard Lake is a little more difficult to get to than most of these other attractions, but if you’re up for the adventure it’s definitely a rewarding one! The water in the lake is cold year round, as it’s fed by one of the canyon’s springs. There’s plenty of swimming and great views, and there’s even a waterfall here too!

Herret Center

The Herrett Center is an awesome museum worthy of a whole afternoon or even an entire day! Featuring a planetarium, an observatory, and plenty of other museums, galleries, and exhibits, there’s something here for everyone. The Herrett Center is locatred on the College of Southern Idaho campus, and should definitely be a stop on your tour through Scenic Southern Idaho!

Miracle Hot Springs

The Miracle Hot Springs are a year-round geothermal hot spring that’s been open to the public since 1920! Featuring accommodations for camping, glamping, RV camping, and full lodging, there’s something here for everyone.

Zip The Snake

Zip through the Snake River Canyon on a thrilling zipline! A total of four ziplines make up the tour and during this tour you’ll get breathtaking views of Snake River Canyon, the Perrine Bridge, and the river. You’ll also learn more about the Snake River Canyon area and its history during the tour.

Whitewater Rafting

Take a thrill ride down the Snake River! Idaho Guide Service Inc. offers whitewater rafting trips from 1/2 day to 7 days long, and run tours during Spring, Summer, and Fall! There’s a trip for everyone here, and it’s sure to be exciting! Click on the image to learn more.

BASE Jumping

The Perrine Bridge is famously known as an ideal spot for BASE jumping. The 8th tallest bridge in the US at almost 500 feet above the canyon floor, this bridge offers spectators and jumpers alike incredible views and a great spectacle to watch! If you’re up to try it, Tandem BASE jumping is available as well.