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RV Rentals in Twin Falls, ID

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Prepare for an extraordinary getaway in one of America's most beautiful canyon cities with a camper rental in Twin Falls. Located in the Magic Valley region of Idaho, Twin Falls boasts some of the best scenery in the state. Campers will have the sublime Shoshone Falls, dubbed the "Niagara of the West," and Snake River Canyon right on their doorstep. Hike along the canyon rim trail, boat down the Snake River, lose yourself in Sawtooth National Forest — Twin Falls offers endless opportunities for an unforgettable adventure.

The best time to rent an RV in Twin Falls is spring. Melting snow from the Rockies means Shoshone Falls is at its most powerful, and the weather is just right for exploring the best of Snake River Canyon. Or, swing by Twin Falls in the summer and catch some of southern Idaho's top festivals like the Magic Valley Folk Festival and the Hagerman Fossil Beds Star Party.

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RV campgrounds in Twin Falls

Twin Falls is a hotspot for campers, with dozens of well-equipped campgrounds across the Magic Valley region. One of the top-rated RV campgrounds in Twin Falls is Rock Creek RV Park. This campground is conveniently located less than 2 miles from downtown in the tranquil Deadman's Gulch. Sites come with water and electric hookups that support 15-/20-/30-/50-amp electricity. The campground provides a few activities, including walking trails and fishing on Rock Creek. Pets are allowed. Home comforts are basic and include bathrooms and a dump station.

Another RV park a stone's throw from the center of Twin Falls is the Oregon Trail Campground. Perched on the eastern city limits of Twin Falls, the Oregon Trail Campground offers sites with full hookups and 30- and 50-amp electricity. While there's not much to do around camp, you'll be within 5 minutes of the top attractions and restaurants in Twin Falls. Pets are welcome, and there are many useful amenities around camp, including Wi-Fi access, a laundromat, and restrooms with showers.

Park up at the Wilson RV and Park if you'd prefer to stay further from the big city. The Wilson RV and Park is located less than 25 miles from Twin Falls in Wendell. The campground contains 25 sites with water and electric hookups that supply 30-amp electricity. Keep the kids in your crew entertained at the on-site playground and meet your fellow campers at the common area fire pit. Pets are allowed, with a maximum of three pets per motorhome. Amenities include a dump station, a laundry room, and showers.

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Things to do in Twin Falls

When you're not off exploring Snake River Canyon's stunning landscape, you'll probably want to tour downtown Twin Falls. Traffic in Twin Falls can be hectic, but it's not as congested as some metro areas. If you're looking for somewhere to park downtown for the day, stop off at a grocery store or Walmart.

After you've found somewhere to park your Twin Falls trailer rental, head to the Herrett Center for Arts and Science. A non-profit museum on the College of Southern Idaho's campus, the Herrett Center features a collection of anthropological and natural artifacts from across the Americas. Highlights from the museum include a nearly-complete mammoth skeleton and an exhibit on 11,000-year-old hand axes.

You won't want to miss out on visiting Shoshone Falls Park during your visit to Twin Falls. The "Niagara of the West" is actually taller than its eastern counterpart and is one of the most scenic spots in the state. Take a family photo up on the Shoshone Falls observation deck, or go kayaking down the Snake River when you are there.

Searching for an out-of-this-world experience near Twin Falls? Then check out Craters of the Moon National Monument. This bizarre landscape is a 2-hour drive from Twin Falls consists of vast basalt lava fields covering over 400 square miles. The best way to experience this natural phenomenon is on the 7-mile Loop Road. The trail leads past the crater's caves, which visitors can explore.

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