Old Towne Rock Creek Parkway is a 7.1 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Twin Falls, Idaho that offers scenic views. The trail is good for all skill levels and offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length7.1 miElevation gain413 ftRoute typeOut & back
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Interesting walk along the Old Towne Rock Creek Parkway on the southern side of Twin Falls. Nice easy paved trail for walking, jogging, or biking. Lived here in Twin Falls for a number of years and never knew this even existed. North of Addison Ave it is part of the Rock Creek Park. There are multiple points of entry/exit to make the walk shorter if desired.

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Melinda Cudney
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Mountain bikingGreat!

There is a very steep hill, that is not great for kids on bikes. After the hill it’s great! But if you have your kids plan on walking your bikes back up the hill!!

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Orchid Gaston
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Paulette Kershner Elsner
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WalkingGreat!

Great walk!

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Pascal Domicone
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Walking

Lovely little paved path along the creek. About half mile on streets reminds you how loud cars are.

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Jen Abouzeid
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RunningGreat!

Very beautiful trail and I will definitely return.

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Elliot Quinton
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Elliot Quinton
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Javier Salazar
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Robert Mayer
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Surprising gem. I went only about 1.25 miles in from the SE end on a cold March afternoon, but it was quite pleasant. I will be intrigued to see what it looks like in May. Addendum: Still great in late May with surprising amount of wildlife. The portion north of Addison has more if an urban, desert feel, but is worth exploring.

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Gerald Margil
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Mountain biking

Excelente lugar para caminar, correr o hacer ciclismo. Muy limpio. Bien mantenido y muy seguro.

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Lizz O
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HikingClosedPrivate property

one direction is locked and very short. there is another direction that is private property. next time I'll take the other route and see if it is better.

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Stephanie Lee
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This trail was a good way to spend an afternoon. Would be a lot prettier when everything turns green.

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Brian Vasallo
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Eric McGuire
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Amber King
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Dary P
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Journal Sanderson
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Steve Turner
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Chris Jones
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Chad Meyers
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Austin Beckett
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Austin Beckett
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