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Centennial Waterfront Park, Twin Falls

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  • My son and I checked out this park during our visit to Twin Falls. We did not have to pay any fee to park. There are plenty of places to have a picnic or just stretch out on the grass. Looked as....  more
    My son and I checked out this park during our visit to Twin Falls. We did not have to pay any fee to park. There are plenty of places to have a picnic or just stretch out on the grass. Looked as....  more »
  • Lovely place to explore and view incredible waterfall, Perrine Coulee Falls. It's great to be able to go behind the falls and view the power of this place. It was a perfect option for a really hot.....  more
    Lovely place to explore and view incredible waterfall, Perrine Coulee Falls. It's great to be able to go behind the falls and view the power of this place. It was a perfect option for a really hot.....  more »
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  • Cool place to stop for some amazing views! We were passing through on our way to NC. Wanted to stop at all the cool spots and see everything. The views here are incredible. After this we made our way down to the park where we walked around and took everything in. The waterfall is incredible, the water is beautiful. Wish we could have spent a whole day here. This was in august so the weather was perfect!
  • I was here in the winter but it's still a beautiful park with some very significant native American cultural ties.. the natives had shelter caves that are marked and can still be seen.. I believe these sights should be better preserved and taken care of for future generations to see and experience.. there are quite a few picknick spots and some playground equipment along with a boat ramp and docks.. plenty of grass and trees for shade with hiking trails everywhere. I would definitely recommend checking in out to anyone traveling through the area..

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