Feed Your Soul
Southern Idaho offers a host of activities even through the winter and summer months.
Southern Idaho's unique geographical makeup and range of weather conditions offer something for everyone! Residents enjoy an environment unlike any other in the country. From recreation, to arts, to dining, you wont be disappointed by the range of opportunities available here all year long.
Southern Idaho enjoys a solid, diversified quality of life for its residents. Twin Falls serves as the regional center for numerous arts and cultural events. Performing and visual arts, cultural resources, museums, libraries, a planetarium, and adult and youth educational opportunities are only a few! Several community theater groups, a symphony and chorale welcome participation. The College of Southern Idaho campus is home to the Herrett Center for the Arts and Science and world-class Faulkner Planetarium.
Southern Idaho Activities
World-class BASE Jumpers travel to Twin Falls' I.B. Perrine Bridge to enjoy one of the best and safest spots to practice their sport of free falling from buildings, antennas, spans, and the Earth (BASE). The I.B. Perrine Bridge is one of the few legal places to jump in North America and offers some of the most ideal and breathtaking jumping conditions.
At the base of 10,339-ft. Cache Peak, Castle Rocks State Park is open year-round for hiking, mountain biking, world-class rock climbing, and even wildlife watching!
City of Rocks rivals Yosemite National Park as a western favorite for technical rock climbers and is widely considered one of the world's top rock climbing destinations, while also offering a top spot for snowshoeing in the winter. Activities from summer through winter!
Famous for our snow, Southern Idaho offers numerous short-drive location for a full range of skiing, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, snow boarding, and other related sports on the powder. Some of our nearby resorts include Pomerelle Mountain Resort, Magic Mountain Resort, or even at Sun Valley Resort, to name a few.
Nearby Thousand Springs State Park offers breathtaking hiking and boating opportunities complete with beautiful 360° scenery. Local hunters will also take part in Southern Idaho's year-round opportunities from bird hunting, to big game. The mighty Snake River and its tributaries offer some of the world's best fishing, even in the winter, with our ice fishing opportunities! Bird watchers can also revel in a host of locations for a unique chance at connecting with our flying friends.
Southern Idaho is blessed with an abundance of boating activities on one of the master rivers of the west-the Snake River. From whitewater to flat water, the possibilities are endless. Take pleasure in whitewater rafting, wake boarding, kayaking, paddling, and more all at our very own Snake River!
Southern Idaho Arts & Culture
International and local performing art shows, local theater, art displays, dance, concerts, and symphonies are just a taste at some of the many arts and culture events residents enjoy in Southern Idaho.
Southern Idaho Dining
Experience the regions' local food and dining establishments, from small eateries, to those perched at 486-feet above the Snake River to enjoy the wide range of eating out in the area. Make your way down the menu with us!