Shoshone Falls is among the most spectacular of natural beauties along the Snake River. At 212 feet, the falls are higher than Niagara Falls. They are best viewed during the spring and early summer, when water flows are high - depending on winter snow melt. Irrigation diversion of Snake River flows can significantly diminish water over the falls in the summer and fall, particularly during dry years.
However, even without high water flows, the views at Shoshone Falls remain spectacular year-round. The City of Twin Falls owns and operates the Shoshone Falls/Dierkes Lake Complex. It offers a unique blend of recreational facilities, including playgrounds and hiking trails, landscaped picnic areas, a boat ramp and swimming area, and a scenic overlook. The complex provides restroom facilities and visitor information, and for a nominal per-car entry fee, visitors can enjoy picnicking and relaxing in the shaded, grassy areas, which provide perfect vantage points for viewing Shoshone Falls.
South Central Idaho, 3 miles E. of Twin Falls
3 miles East of Twin Falls on Falls Avenue East, turn north on 3300E road, after approximately one mile, you follow the road into the canyon to the falls.
$3 per car, $20 per tour bus
Season passes are available for $25 at Twin Falls City Hall, City Parks & Recreation Office, or at the entrance to the park.
Boating Facilities, Food Service, Gift Shop, Handicap Access, Motor Coach Parking, Parking, Restrooms, Vault Toilets, Visitor Center