Twin Falls is located in Idaho on the Snake River Canyon. Named after the Twin Falls waterfall, the city also features two additional waterfalls, Piller Falls and Shoshone Falls. The area is well suited for all sorts of outdoor recreation including hiking, camping, boating, rafting, fishing, hunting, and water skiing. More information about Twin Falls.
1377 Blue Lakes Boulevard North, Twin Falls
AmeriTel Inn is a 101 guestroom hotel located near the Magic Valley Mall, Shoshone Falls, and the Snake River Canyon. The hotel features an indoor pool, a spa, and a fitness center. A 2,600 square feet meeting room is available for events.
Canyon Crest Dining and Event Center
330 Canyon Crest Dr, Twin Falls
Canyon Crest Dining and Event Center is a 21,000+ square feet facility featuring views of Centennial Park, Canyon Springs Golf Course, the Perrine Bridge, and more. The facility accommodates up to 600 people or up to 400 people with round tables. The center can be divided into 5 separate rooms and a boardroom is available for meetings with up to 20 people.
1800 Block Stadium Boulevard, Twin Falls
Cascade Park is a 4 acre park with tennis and basketball courts, playground equipment, and picnic tables. A picnic shelter with electricity that seats 54 people is available to reserve for events.
400 and 500 Block Shoshone St East, Twin Falls
City Park is a 5.5 acre park with playground equipment and picnic tables. The park has a band shell with electricity available for concerts, performances and events.
Clyde Thomsen Park
900 and 1000 Block Carriage Ln, Twin Falls
Clyde Thomsen Park is a 13 acre park with playground equipment, picnic tables, a trail, and volleyball pits. The park has two picnic shelters available for events. The larger shelter seats 36 people and has a grill and electricity. The smaller shelter seats 12 people and has electricity.
Comfort Inn and Suites
1910 Fillmore Street North, Twin Falls
Comfort Inn and Suites is located near Shoshone Falls and within walking distance of the Snake River Canyon. Hotel amenities include an indoor heated pool, a hot tub, and a fitness room. A meeting room is available for meetings and events with up to 15 people.
Community Swimming Pool
756 Locust St N, Twin Falls
Community Swimming Pool in Twin Falls is a 50 meter outdoor pool. The pool is covered with an inflatable bubble during winter months to make the facility available year round.
3 miles East On Falls Avenue, Twin Falls
Dierkes Lake is a 191 acre park with playground equipment, a walking trail, sand volleyball, swimming areas, a boat launch, and picnic tables. The park has two picnic shelters available for events. The South Shelter seats 54 people and the North Shelter seats 36 people. Grills are available near each shelter.
900 Block Frontier Rd, Twin Falls
Frontier Field is a 19 acre park with tennis courts, ball fields, a walking trail, and picnic tables. The park has two picnic shelters that seat 12 people available for events.
1658 Fillmore St, Twin Falls
Hampton Inn is located one block from the Magic Valley Mall and the College of Southern Twin Falls. The 75 guest room hotel has a business center, a fitness center, and a pool. A 1,110 square feet meeting room is available for events with up to 73 people.
400 –600 Block Locust St, Twin Falls
Harmon Park is a 24 acre park with tennis courts, basketball courts, ball fields, batting cages, a sand volleyball pit, horse shoe pits, and a skate park. The park has three picnic shelters with electricity available for events. The Green Shelter seats 108 people. The Red Shelter seats 72 people. The Brown Shelter seats 36 people.
Harry Barry Park
300-400 Block Borah Ave W, Twin Falls
Harry Barry Park is a 3 acre park with a soccer field, a basketball court, a sand volleyball pit, a horseshoe pit, and playground equipment. The park has a picnic shelter that seats 60 people with a grill and electricity available for events.
The Historic Ballroom
205 Shoshone St N, Twin Falls
The Historic Ballroom was built in 1922 as an Elks Lodge and currently serves as an event center. The building’s ballroom is 3,200 square feet and features hardwood floors and a stage. The ballroom accommodates events with up to 650 people. Also available in the building are the 3,400 square feet Shoshone Room and the 1,120 square feet Bistro.
Northern Ridge Park
2300 Block of Park View Dr, Twin Falls
Northern Ridge Park is a 4 acre park with playground equipment. The park has a shelter available for events.
Red Lion Hotel Canyon Springs
1357 Blue Lakes Boulevard North, Twin Falls
Red Lion Hotel Canyon Springs is located one block from the Snake River Canyon, Shoshone Falls, and the College of Southern Idaho. The 112 guestroom hotel features a pool and a fitness center. 4,984 square feet of meeting space is available for events with up to 250 people.
Sawtooth National Forest
2647 Kimberly Road East, Twin Falls
Sawtooth National Forest is a 2.1 million acre forest in Idaho. The forest includes 40 developed campgrounds, and group camping areas are available. Permits are required for events with 75 or more participants or spectators.
3 miles east on Falls Avenue, Twin Falls
Shoshone Falls is a 218 acre park featuring the beautiful waterfall. Park amenities include picnic tables, grills, trails, and an overlook. The park makes a lovely setting for outdoor weddings and other events. Tables are available to reserve.
300 Block Madrona St N, Twin Falls
Sunrise Park is a 2 acre park with playground equipment. The park has a picnic shelter with a grill available for events with up to 36 people.
Vista Bonita Park
North End of Caliente Ave, Twin Falls
Vista Bonita Park is an 8.5 acre park with a basketball court, playground equipment, horseshoe pits, a sledding hill, and a trail. The park has a picnic shelter that seats 36 people available for events.
The White House
365 Blue Lakes Blvd N, Twin Falls
The White House is a full service event facility that accommodates up to 300 guests. Indoor facilities and a lovely outdoor ceremony site are available. Catering is available for events on and off site.
Take Home Gifts
Once you decide on a venue for your event, there are lots of other decisions that you will need to make. Here is a suggestion: instead of the usual goody bags, why not send guests home with something that will really provide them with a memory of your event? Photos from one of our photo booths and the always fun flip-books make great take-home souvenirs.
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