Situated in the Magic Valley region in Twin Falls County, the city of Twin Falls is a mid-sized Idaho city that is home to a little less than 50,000 people. It stretches out across 19 square miles of land in the southern part of the state and is actually the biggest city within a hundred mile radius, making it a key economic and commercial hub for the southern part of Idaho. Situated on a plain by the Snake River Canyon, Twin Falls has an interesting history.


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One of the key moments in the city's history came in 1974 when daredevil Evel Knievel attempted to make a jump over the Snake River Canyon on a steam-powered rocket but sadly failed in one of the defining moments of his career. The canyon is a major attraction of the Twin Falls area, with many people visiting the city in order to explore Snake River Canyon and enjoy the many hiking trails, fishing spots, photography opportunities, and wildlife spotting sites that can be found in the surrounding area.

It's also a good spot for extreme sports enthusiasts, with base jumping around the canyon being popular too, so there’s plenty of reasons to visit this city for people of all ages and backgrounds. If you're heading over to Twin Falls, Idaho, it makes a lot of sense to park up at a local RV park. Offering affordable accommodation and all the features and amenities you need to have a great time, Idaho Falls RV parks are very highly rated by frequent travelers to the city. See below for in-depth overviews and key details on a few of the best RV parks in Twin Falls, Idaho.

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2.Rock Creek RV Park

Rock Creek RV Park
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Located in the heart of the city, Rock Creek RV Park has consistently been one of the best RV parks in Twin Falls, Idaho, ever since it was first established. One of the best aspects of this RV park is definitely its location; it's right by lots of good stores, restaurants, bars, and more, so you're never too far away from somewhere useful or fun, and this good location helps visitors at Rock Creek RV Park really make the most of their stays in the area and enjoy new things each day.

Along with a super spot in the center of the city, Rock Creek RV Park can also boast of being quite a small park with a very calm and peaceful atmosphere. There are only 25 RV spaces at this park, so it never feels too crowded or noisy, which is a big advantage for people who just want to relax. This is a fairly no-frills RV park, so don't expect to find lots of amenities here, but you will get full hook-up services, big rig friendly sites, and a couple of covered picnic pavilions that can be rented out for special occasions. This is a pet friendly RV park too, so you can bring a dog along without any worries.

900 Addison Ave W, Twin Falls, ID 83301, Phone: 208-734-9491

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3.Twin Falls - Jerome KOA Holiday

Twin Falls - Jerome KOA Holiday
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No matter where you seem to go, all around the United States, you're never too far away from a KOA. Kampgrounds of America has got over 500 locations in the US and Canada, with one right by Twin Falls. Technically located in the neighboring city of Jerome, the Twin Falls / Jerome KOA Holiday location is only a short drive away from all the attractions and restaurants of Twin Falls, so it's a good place to base yourself for stays in this Idaho city.

Like any good KOA location, the Twin Falls / Jerome KOA Holiday RV park and campground offers super service and great amenities, as well as having quick access to the interstate for easy transport in and out of the area. This park is open from March through to October of each year and boasts the following amenities: 90 foot long RV spaces, 50 amp service, Wi-Fi access, cable TV channels, a mini golf course, a dog park for your canine chums, bike rentals, a seasonal swimming pool, a snack bar selling tasty treats and drinks, propane sales, firewood, and a pavilion.

5431 US-93, Jerome, ID 83338, Phone: 208-324-4169

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4.Oregon Trail Campground

Oregon Trail Campground
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By far one of the best rated RV parks in the Twin Falls area, Oregon Trail Campground is situated in a central position, offering convenient access to many local stores and attractions. This means you won't have to worry about long drives and journeys in and out of the city each day as everything you need is only a short walk or ride away. This is also one of the cleanest and safest RV parks in the area, so it's a good choice for families with younger children.

Oregon Trail Campground offers plenty of RV spaces with 30/50 amp service and high speed Wi-Fi access. All of the RV sites are pull-thrus and the rates at this RV park are super affordable, being priced as low as $38 per night if you book at the right times. On-site amenities at this RV park include ice machines, picnic tables, a play area for children, a rec room with lots of games and activities for everyone to enjoy, a spacious laundromat with coin operated machines, clean toilets, and hot showers too. Not only that, but this is a pet friendly RV park as well, so you’re welcome to bring along some furry friends.

2733 Kimberly Rd, Twin Falls, ID 83301, Phone: 208-733-0853

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3 Best RV Parks in Twin Falls, Idaho