Falls' entrance fees start Friday




Despite low water flows over Shoshone Falls, the City of Twin Falls will start collection of their yearly entrance fees to the falls and Dierkes Lake areas starting this Friday.

City Parks and Recreation Director Dennis Bowyer said water going over the falls is currently only about 800–to–900 cubic feet per second, and it's uncertain if those flows will increase during the spring.

Due to a relatively dry winter, and the need to maintain storage in regional reservoirs, not much water is being released from dams into the Snake River.

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