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Twin Falls, Idaho Campgrounds and RV Parks

  1. Creekside Court
  2. Oregon Trail Campground
  3. Twin Falls 93 RV Park
  4. Twin Falls County Fairgrounds RV Park
  5. Curry Trailer Park
  6. Twin Falls/Jerome KOA
  7. Anderson Camp
  8. Big Trees RV Park
  9. Nat-Soo-Pah Hot Springs & RV Park
  10. Schipper Campground
  11. Intermountain Motor Homes & RV Camp
  12. R&E Greenwood
  13. Banbury Hot Springs
  14. Miracle Hot Springs
  15. Bear Gulch Campground
  16. Upper Penstemon Campground
  17. Porcupine Springs Campground
  18. Pettit Campground
  19. Sportsman's River Resort
  20. Hagerman RV Village

Twin Falls, Idaho

Campgrounds and RV parks can be found in and near to Twin Falls.

With a population of around 44,000, Twin Falls is the largest city of Twin Falls County. Between 1900 and 1910, a pair of dams and a series of irrigation canals transformed the almost uninhabitable dry canyon of the Snake River plain into profitable farmland. The region is known as Magic Valley because of the swift and remarkable transformation which took place after the water was brought in. The long term result of this initiative is visible in the many agricultural-based businesses which are still the economic mainstay in the prosperity and ongoing success of the region.

I.B. Perrine was the visionary who founded the Twin Falls Land and Water Company with the purpose of building an irrigation canal system. As a result of his tenacity with the project, he is given credit for founding the town. Early prosperity was largely attributable to the presence of a processing center which handled large crops of beans and sugar beets, with additional processing centers brought into being as time went on. Even lately, in a depressed economy, economic development has continued in Twin Falls as major retail outlets have located here.

  • I.B. Perrine Bridge, Snake River
  • Centennial Waterfront Park
  • Sawtooth National Forest
  • Snake River Canyon Trail
  • Shoshone Falls
  • Herrett Center, art gallery and museum
  • Idaho Heritage Museum
  • Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve, basaltic lava field
  • base jumping at Potato Bridge

Camping in Idaho



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