Twin Falls

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Twin Falls, Idaho

Twin Falls serves as the central community for the seven-county region of south-central Idaho, known as the Magic Valley. Twin Falls offers a perfect blend of a small-town lifestyle with access to retail, commercial, and support services needed for individual and family needs. The town is situated along the edge of the stunning Snake River Canyon, with the river flowing over 500 feet below. The famous Perrine Bridge spans across the mighty Snake and is considered one of the world’s most popular year-round BASE jumping destinations.

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Location Of Twin Falls

Located a little over 120 miles south-east of Boise, with the Sawtooth Mountains to the north, Nevada to the south, 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!

Why You'll LOVE It:

Reason 1

The town has thoughtfully planned trails and paths throughout much of the town.

Reason 2

There are many seasonal events to enjoy like Farmer’s Markets, parades, festivals, and more.

Reason 3

It’s the central point of the Magic Valley. You can easily access most other towns conveniently.

Reason 4

All the major stores and shopping for the region can be found here.

Why You'll HATE It:

Reason 1

Average home pricing and competition tends to be the highest in Twin Falls.

Reason 2

The towns grown too much. If you’re looking for a traditional small town, Twin Falls may be a bit too large.

Reason 3

It’s super windy. I don’t know exactly why, but in the spring and fall it is extremely windy.

Reason 4

Traffic can be a bit of a nightmare compared to some of the surrounding towns.

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Home Styles In Twin Falls

There are a variety of different home types in the area. You will find charming older homes, new construction, homes on acreage, farms, and more. These are the top three types of properties you’ll find here.

01.

Single-Family Homes

The majority of homes in the area are single-family homes in residential neighborhoods. You will find homes ranging from over a hundred years old to new construction. The average price of a single-family home in Twin Falls County in 2023 was $387,964.

02.

Homes With Acreage

Twin Falls is an agricultural community. You will find homes in more residential-type neighborhoods on about an acre, or you can find properties in the middle of the country away from neighbors.

03.

Town Homes & Duplexes

As the city has grown we are seeing more town homes, condos, and duplexes being built in the area. While these are less common, you will still find them in the area.

Schools

There are sixteen different schools within the Twin Falls School District. View a few below, or all of the schools here.

Home of the Falcons and located at 3105 Stadium Blvd, you can learn more about this elementary school here.

Located at 452 Caswell Ave W, you can learn more about this elementary school here.

This school is home to the Cougars and is located at 1550 Harrison Street South, you can learn more about this middle school here.

Home of the Riverhawks and located at 300 N College Rd W, you can learn more about this high school here.

Home of the Bruins and located at 1615 Filer Ave E, you can learn more about this high school here.

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Places Of Interest

Whether you’re looking for a great restaurant, a fun activity, or an outdoor activity, there are many things to enjoy here!

Main Avenue in downtown is where you’ll find the best locally-owned restaurants, stores, breweries, theatres, and more. Learn more about what’s going on here.

The Snake River Trail features more than 10 miles of walking, hiking, and biking to enjoy. There are multiple points of entrance to the trail. View a map of the trail here

Located in a historic 1926 former machining, blacksmith, boilermaker, welding, and hardware building, 2nd South Market brings a unique dining experience to the area and Idaho as the state’s first food hall. There are seven different vendors under one roof, learn more here.

Often referred to as the Niagara of the West, Shoshone Falls is a must-see attraction.  At 212 feet tall and 900 feet wide, Shoshone Falls is one of the largest natural waterfalls in the United States surpassing the height of the famous Niagara Falls. Learn more here.

There is a ton to enjoy at Centennial Waterfront Park. From kayaking, hiking, boating, fishing, picnicking, a park, golf nearby, and so much more, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Learn more here.

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