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Niagara Springs State Park, Idaho
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Description: 2800-foot elevation. Tumbling down the canyon side at 250 cubic feet per second, Niagara Springs is a sight you won`t soon forget. The churning water is the icy blue of glaciers. The springs are a National Natural Landmark and part of the world- famous Thousand Springs Complex along the Snake River. The park provides your best opportunity to drive into the 350-foot-deep Snake River canyon, but be cautious. The road is narrow and steep. We advise you not to risk it in a motorhome or while pulling a large trailer. Once inside the canyon, you`ll find year-round fishing in Crystal Springs Lake, including a handicap accessible site. Wildlife-- especially waterfowl-- is abundant. A group picnic shelter is available.

Location: Off I-84 near Wendell, exit 157. Go south on Rex Leland Highway, following the signs.

Address: Niagara Springs State Park
1074 E. 2350 South
Hagerman, ID  83332
Phone: 208-837-4505

Season: year round

Fee: $4/day

Reservations: for groups only
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