Thousand Springs State Park

From US-30, one can see Thousand Springs flowing from the basalt bluff. The view across the Snake River features a number of waterfalls on the canyon wall, collectively called Thousand Springs. Water tumbles down countless falls, sustaining green plants even in January. Prairie falcons and golden eagles frequent the area and the clear waters provide habitat to the Shoshone sculpin, a 9 centimeter spiky bottom-feeder fish found only at Thousand Springs.
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