Here are 3 photo spots in Twin Falls for you.

Twin Falls, Idaho, is renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities. Named after nearby Twin Falls on the Snake River, the city is a hub for adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts.

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About the location

One of the city's most famous attractions is the stunning Shoshone Falls, often called the "Niagara of the West," which cascades down rugged cliffs and is even higher than Niagara Falls. Twin Falls also offers opportunities for BASE jumping off the nearby Perrine Bridge, which spans the Snake River Canyon, attracting thrill-seekers from around the world. The area is known for its scenic hiking trails, fishing spots, and picturesque viewpoints, making it a haven for photographers and outdoor adventurers alike.

Best timing

Twin Falls County Fair (August/September): Capture vibrant fairground scenes, livestock shows, rodeo events, and carnival rides.

Western Days (June): Parade, live music, and various performances. A great chance to photograph local culture and community spirit.

Shoshone Falls After Dark (Spring/Fall): The Shoshone Falls are illuminated after dark. Perfect for stunning nighttime waterfall photography.


To travel to Twin Falls, Idaho, you can fly into Magic Valley Regional Airport (TWF) located a few miles from downtown, or into Boise Airport (BOI) which is a 2-hour drive away. From Boise, drive via I-84 East and US-93 South. Alternatively, Greyhound buses serve the area, though there is no direct train service. Renting a car from any major airport offers flexibility for exploring Twin Falls and its surroundings.

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