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Enjoy the trails, water features and parks

Recreation in Idaho Falls starts in Snake River Landing

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Snake River Landing is built on the belief that a strong community is based on human connectivity. We invite you to visit the beautiful water features via our trails for a leisurely stroll or attend one of the many Idaho Falls events sponsored and hosted by Snake River Landing for hours of family enjoyment and entertainment. 

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Bike or Walk the Trails

Following the Idaho Falls Riverwalk trail system south along the Snake River will lead you from downtown Idaho Falls under Pancheri Bridge to Snake River Landing, specifically to Milligan Park and The Pier overlooking the Snake River. The Idaho Falls Riverwalk trail is one of the most popular areas for recreation in Idaho Falls.

Enjoy the approximately 4000 square foot Pier that overlooks the Snake River. Bike or walk one of the many finished trails within Snake River Landing, which is private property open for public use. Visit Bill’s Bike and Run in Snake River Landing and inquire about a bike rental or demo and get the entire family out for a ride on one of the many trails and pathways.

Click here for a trail map of the Snake River Landing Central Valley Trail System and the Idaho Falls Riverwalk trail along the Snake River in Idaho Falls.


Central Valley

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Snake River Landing is an ideal location for recreation in Idaho Falls. The many trails and gorgeous water features make this property an ideal location for a family stroll, a bike ride with friends or an excellent spot to picnic or walk during a break from work. 

Completed in 2009, the Central Valley water feature in Snake River Landing is an attraction for many around Idaho Falls. The beautiful waterfalls of the North Water Feature cascade from the north end of Snake River Landing and continue with a series of ponds and streams, ending in a 3.3-acre lake.

The Central Valley trail system continues alongside this feature and circles the lake for added enjoyment. See the trail map here.

We invite you to experience the Central Valley. For more information, visit the Snake River Landing Discovery Center at 901 Pier View Drive Suite 104.