Things To Do In Jerome

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Agriculture plays an important role in southeastern Idaho's economy, ever since early settlers used irrigation methods to transform the Magic Valley from an arid desert to a fertile plain. Roughly 50 miles north of the Idaho-Nevada border lies the town of Twin Falls, home to the Snake River–spanning Perrine Bridge, a popular site for year-round BASE jumping. Five miles outside of Twin Falls, the multitiered cascades of Shoshone Falls plummet 212 feet onto craggy rocks. The waterfalls empty into the Snake River, which winds alongside sites once used as mining camps during the mid-19th-century gold rush. Less than 30 miles west of Twin Falls, in the small town of Buhl, Idaho, guests can lounge in Miracle Hot Springs' 15 private soaking pools and two public pools, each brimming with natural, warm spring water. Bathers can catch a glimpse of the property's three large alligators practicing the backstroke in a separate pool of their own.

1385 US Highway 93

Silver Creek has a long tradition of professional fishing guides with names that resonate through Idaho fly fishing history. The store features a staff and merchandise that reflects the Sun Valley lifestyle.

500 N Main St

Through displays of both native and cultivated flora across several regional gardens, Sawtooth Botanical Garden celebrates and educates the community about the plants and flowers that flourish at high altitudes. Trek through the alpine garden to spy plants that normally grow above the tree line, or wander through the riparian garden to get a close-up view of cottonwoods, willows, and other plants that make their homes near rivers and streams. Nearby, a children's garden hosts educational classes and a spray pool for summer fun. For a more inward journey, visit the Garden of Infinite Compassion. It was established in honor of the Dalai Lama's visit to the Wood River Valley as a place where people can calm their minds in the serenity of nature.

11 Gimlet Road