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Shoshone, Idaho

Shoshone is a charming town in Lincoln County that offers a unique blend of historical and natural attractions. Ensconced in the scenic Snake River Valley, Shoshone has a close-knit community and a laid-back atmosphere. The town is rich with history and serves as a gateway to outdoor adventures, offering proximity to nearby Craters of the Moon National Monument, a unique landscape of ancient lava flows and volcanic features. Whether exploring historical sites or enjoying the natural beauty of the surrounding area, Shoshone provides a delightful escape for those seeking a taste of rural Idaho life.

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Location Of Shoshone

Located around 25 miles north of Twin Falls, with the Hailey & Sun Valley area about 40 miles further north, and four seasons, residents can experience outdoor activity any time of the year including boating, kayaking, camping, fishing, hiking, golfing, rafting, base jumping, nordic and alpine skiing, and so much more!

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The school district currently has two different schools. View more about them below.

Located at 61 East Highway 24, you can learn more about this school here.

Located at 61 East Highway 24, you can learn more about this school here.


Places Of Interest

Whether you’re looking for a great restaurant, a fun activity, or something outdoors, there is a lot to enjoy here!

The Snack Shack is one of those pure nostalgic places featuring burgers, fries, soft serve, etc. The food is affordable, quick, and super good. See more of what they offer here.

This canyon was created by the Big Wood River over thousands of years, leaving behind twisting and almost supernatural sculptures made of lava rock. Be sure to check the water conditions before visiting, and never enter when water is in the canyon. Learn more about Black Magic Canyon.

Explore one of the largest known lava ice caves in the state here. You will learn all about the historical, geological, and volcanic background of this magnificent landform.

This is a popular site for fishing, boating, water skiing, and ice fishing. Plan your next trip here.


There are several communities available and being constructed. Here are some of the communities you’ll find:

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