Americas Best Value Inn Twin Falls

296 Addison Ave W, (formerly Best Western), Twin Falls, Idaho, 83301, United States
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89%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
51%
51
Very Good
30%
30
Average
8%
8
Poor
8%
8
Terrible
3%
3

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  • Families79
  • Couples72
  • Solo60
  • Business100

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Travel Tips for Twin Falls

Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument

by leafmcgowan

Highway 30, Hagerman, Idaho: just off the Scenic Thousand Springs Byway. "Fossil bones of zebras, beaver, otter, pelicans, and other water fowl, are found in sediments left from a 3,400,000 year old pond on the bluff across the river. Lava flows, pouring out over the plains on the side of the river where Hwy 30 runs, met and dammed up sedimentary deposits washed up on the other side, making lakes and swamps. Here the river divides these two important geological settings, formed at a time when the climate was wetter, and the plains were tree-dotted grasslands, where zebra-like horses grazed." All along the Snake River, fossils can be found, but some of the most notable fossils were found near Hagerman, giving birth to the National Monument. When Elmer Cook, a cattle rancher in Hagerman, Idaho, discovered some fossilized bones on his land - in 1928, he showed them to Dr. H.T. Stearns of the USGS who passed them on to Dr. Gidley at the Smithsonian Institution - identifying them as belonging to an extinct horse. They excavated the area and found three tons of speciments. The most valuable of the fossils found, was the large volume of this extinct Horse, known as Equus simplicidens, a.k.a. "The Hagerman Horse". Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5. Visited 10/01/06.

3 Highlights of Twin Falls, Idaho

by Echo_29

"Road Trip Stop"

The highlight of our annual journey from Salt Lake City, Utah to Ketchum, Idaho is the stop at the Flying "J" Plaza truck stop. Great chance to experience "Americana" at it's cheesiest. Literally... This chain of service stations have showers, pinball machines, internet access, clean bathrooms, every kind of junky snack food imaginable, toys, semi-truck accessories, clothing…

"Snake River Canyon"

You are driving along and everything is flat then suddenly the ground opens up to a dramatic canyon. A nice arched steel bridge spans across this chasm and there is an overlook at one end of it with a visitor's center. Motorcyclist daredevil Evel Knievel attempted to jump this section of the Snake River Canyon in 1974.

"Quaint Neighbohood and Downtown Shopping District"

Twin Falls has lovely older homes, a large grassy park with lush shade trees and a cute downtown area that has some decent antique stores and thrift shops. Family run businesses still dot the storefronts.

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