10 Things to Do In or Near Twin Falls On Spring Break
Not sure what to do in Twin Falls over Spring Break? Believe me, I know how easy it is to get "Anti Tourist Syndrome" and pass by all the stuff we see everyday. Now's the time to take advantage!!
Here are some different categories or types of activities for Spring Break in Twin Falls -- outdoors, science activities, etc.
Been already? Make it a Snake River Canyon walk. Or a South Hills hike. Or Cauldron Lynn.
The Herrett Center's completely updated their equipment... it's a totally different experience than a few years ago. Here's their facebook page.
If you go down to Centennial Park but then keep going... waste water treatment plant... keep going... dirt road... keep going... eventually you can park. Really beautiful this time of year.
The Wood River Trail is GORGEOUS, especially on a sunny day. The nice thing is you can bike part or all of it since there are points along the way to park the car.
The kids will absolutely love this... it's a great way to spend an afternoon in a park. Follow it up with root beer floats, burgers, snacks, frisbee, or whatever you want!
There are a bunch of different versions that all work well:
So here's a list of 26 parks in Twin Falls. Sky's the limit: bring a deck of cards, learn croquet, hit a whiffle ball around, bring a guitar... How about creating a scavenger hunt with clues?
Got some weird pets? Film it, and share the joy with the rest of us.
Just to get you started: Kiwi Loco, Orange Leaf, Baskin Robbins, Cold Stone, and Daisy's.
Swimming + Nerf Balls = Awesome.