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Public Input Sought on Future Parks and Recreation Programs
Parks and Recreation Survey

The City of Twin Falls Parks and Recreation Department is currently working on a new Master Plan. This plan will guide future efforts to update the long-term plan for park and open-space development and maintenance, as well as the development of continuation of recreational opportunities within the community. 

As a part of this planning effort, the City is asking the public to take a survey to help guide the process. If you complete the survey and provide contact information, you will be entered to win 1 of 4 prizes:
  • Two (2) 2015 Season Passes to Shoshone Falls/Dierkes Lake
  • Two (2) 2015 Free Registrations to City Youth Sports Programs (baseball, basketball, soccer, etc.)

Contact information and survey responses will not be shared with any other person or organization. 

Contact
Dennis J. Bowyer
Director




136 Maxwell Ave.
Twin Falls, ID  83301

Ph: (208) 736-2265
Ph: (208) 736-2266
Fx: (208) xxx-xxxx

Hours
Monday - Friday
7:30 am - 5:30 pm
The 2014 Winter Recreation Guide is now posted!
2014 Winter Recreation Guide


The goal of the Twin Falls Parks and Recreation Department is to provide diverse recreational opportunities that are easily accessible to potential users.
  • Last year there were over 27,000 rounds of golf played at the Twin Falls Golf Club
  • Over 7,000 youth and adults participate in our recreational sports programs each year
  • The Parks Department manages over 1,300 acres for the enjoyment of our citizens and visitors
  • The Shoshone Falls and Dierkes Lake attract over 300,000 visitors each year.
  • The YMCA / Twin Falls Municipal Pool provides services for 60,000 users a year.

Thank you to the hundreds of adult volunteers who help coach and guide our youth programs. Game schedules are located on the Parks and Recreation online registration website. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Parks and Recreation by calling (208) 736-2265.

Recreation Facilities

Recreation Resources