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Twin Falls 93 RV Park is minutes from Twin Falls, Idaho on Highway 93, near Highway 30 and 40 miles from Jackpot, Nevada!

Twin Falls, Idaho

Between Boise, Idaho & Jackpot, Nevada

With Plenty of Idaho Attractions In-Between!

Twin Falls 93 RV Park is a Twin Falls campground offering easy highway access to all the region has to offer!

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Twin Falls, Idaho

Twin Falls has a long history as an agricultural center. Emerging from the high desert in South Central Idaho, Twin Falls served the needs pioneering farmers who homesteaded the irrigated lands of the fertile Snake River Plain. Today, it remains an integral part of one of the world's most productive farming regions, but has also developed as an emerging small urban center and a popular place to escape the bustling metropolises - the perfect home-base for exploring the South Central Idaho region!

The downtown Twin Falls area offers:

  • Restaurants for Every Taste
  • A Variety of Shopping, from Specialty Shops to Outlet Malls
  • Local Arts, including Museums, Concerts & Theatre

Twin Falls Golf Courses

Twin Falls Golf Courses offer scenic views of the surrounding area and the golf course types run from easy to challenging. Whatever your level of golfing skill, you're sure to find a winner among the golf courses of Twin Falls.

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Shoshone Falls

Shoshone Falls is one of the most spectacular of natural wonders along the Snake River. Rising 212 feet, the waterfalls are higher than Niagara Falls. Shoshone Falls is best viewed during the spring, when water flows are high, as irrigation of the Snake River significantly diminishes water over the falls in the summer and fall during dry years. Facilities around the falls include playgrounds, hiking trails, landscaped picnic areas, boat ramp, swimming area, and a scenic overlook.

Thousand Springs

Thousand Springs offers spectacular water displays as springs thought to be the re-emergence of the Big Lost River explode from rocky canyon walls and rush to the Snake River below. Other springs bubble up from deep within the river bed to create an inviting crystal blue pool of water.

And More Waterfalls at Bridal Veil Falls, Pillar Falls, Twin Falls and the Perrine Coulee Falls!

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Snake River

There's more to the Snake River than its waterfalls!

Perrine Bridge

Perrine Bridge allows you to stroll 1,500 feet across the Snake River to get a good look at the water and Centennial Waterfront Park some 50 stories down. The park provides river access for the public, guided tours easy access to two of Idaho's most beautiful golf courses.

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Sun Valley/Ketchum

In addition to natural beauty and the skiing and other outdoor recreation in and around the Sun Valley, you will find excellent dining, a thriving arts scene, an abundance of shopping and more. Take an evening sleigh ride through the woods to a gourmet dinner at Trail Creek Cabin or enjoy an evening stroll on the legendary gallery walk. Year round you'll find there are a variety of memorable things to do in Sun Valley/Ketchum.

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National Monuments

Craters of the Moon

Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve is a vast ocean of lava flows with scattered islands of cinder cones and sagebrush. We invite you to explore this "weird and scenic landscape" where yesterday's volcanic events are likely to continue tomorrow.

Shoshone Ice Caves

Explore a unique cave with an ice floor. Out in the barren region of the Craters of the Moon National Monument are the Shoshone Ice Caves. Visitors are greeted by the statue of a looming dinosaur statue ridden by a hairy caveman. A three-story high Native American, Chief Wasakie, known for his friendliness to the white settlers, watches your car while you take the tour through a cave that remains frozen year-round.

Hagerman Fossil Beds

Explore the largest concentration of Hagerman Horse (Equus simplicidens) fossils in North America, including 30 complete horse fossils and portions of 200 individual horses. This internationally significant monument protects the world's richest late Pliocene epoch (3 - 4 mya) fossil deposits that include over 220 species of plants and animals! Have a glimpse of life before the last Ice Age and view the earliest appearance of modern flora and fauna.

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Jackpot, Nevada

Jackpot, Nevada is just 40 miles south of Twin Falls on Highway 93. Enjoy the entertainment, casinos and easy access to hunting, fishing, hiking, water and winter sports.

Jackpot, Nevada Casinos

Barton's Club 93

A complete casino experience offering slot and table gaming, a 24-hour buffet restaurant, RV & truck parking, a video arcade and much more!

Cactus Pete's Resort Casino

Play 26,000 square feet of gaming excitement, featuring hundreds of slot machines and 23 table games tables, including blackjack, Royal Match, Let It Ride, Wheel of Madness, Craps, Roulette and more. Savor a variety of restaurants, including fine dining in the Plateau Steak & Seafood Grille, a taste-tempting buffet, and a 24-hour cafe. Enjoy a variety of concerts, entertainment and events!

The Horseshu

Play 3,000 square feet of gaming fun, including 120 slot machines and seven table games. Taste down-home country-style cooking and authentic Mexican favorites 24-hours a day at Pancho Villa's Mexican Grill. Enjoy concerts, entertainment and events!

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It's all an easy drive from our Twin Falls RV Park!


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