Twin Lakes Picnic Area

  • Tucked behind the Twin Lakes Store in the middle of the Twin Lakes Campground, this picnic area offers a handful of wooden tables, a few barbecues, and a spectacular view of Twin Falls just feet from the main picnic area. A couple of more secluded single-table picnic spots are nestled either closer to the shore of Upper Twin Lake or deeper in the pines for those seeking more privacy. The Twin Lakes Store sells ice and groceries should you forget the peanut butter or the jelly!

  • Tucked behind the Twin Lakes Store in the middle of the Twin Lakes Campground, this picnic area offers a handful of wooden tables, a few barbecues, and a spectacular view of Twin Falls just feet from the main picnic area. A couple of more secluded single-table picnic spots are nestled either closer to the shore of Upper Twin Lake or deeper in the pines for those seeking more privacy. The Twin Lakes Store sells ice and groceries should you forget the peanut butter or the jelly!

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  • 05/24/2017: Thanks to the drought busting winter of 2017, trails above 7500 ft are still covered in snow. Please check back for updates.

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