Twin Falls began as an agricultural center, springing up from the high desert of Southern Idaho. The town served the pioneering farmers who homesteaded the irrigated lands of the fertile Snake River Plain.
Twin Falls is still at the heart of one of the world’s most productive farming regions. But it’s also developing into a small urban center – the very kind of place many people seek as a refuge from the faster pace and challenges of larger metropolitan areas.
Centrally located in South Central Idaho, Twin Falls is the perfect home-base for your travels around the region.
Parks, golf courses, and docks follow the majestic Snake River as it winds through the region – the steep canyon walls framing the setting for fishing, boating, rafting, and waterskiing. Small-town America lives on here with friendly faces meeting you at every turn. Discover antique stores, museums, fairs, and festivals. Urban delights amuse you. Enjoy gallery openings, wine tastings, concert halls, and jazz outdoors. Or shop-til-you-drop in retail centers and quaint stores.