Devil’s Corral was named for the
natural box canyon approximately
200 feet below the rim and about
200 feet above the Snake River. The
floor of the “corral” is about 20 acres
of a somewhat level shelf. The name
came from its use by rustlers to hold
stolen livestock, a use made easier by
the two spring-fed ponds in its midst.
Now Devil’s Corral is surrounded by a
6,500-acre park on the north and the
Snake River on the south.
An Exciting Place to Call Home
Spectacular scenery, proximity to healthy clean
environment, exciting outdoor adventures, protection from
future development…are just some reasons to consider
spending the rest of your life at the edge of the cliffs at
Devil’s Corral on the Snake River.
Rustic landscapes make this stretch of the Snake River a beautiful
enticing place and draws people from all over the world to marvel
at the many sights. It offers sheer canyon walls, impressive water
falls (taller than Niagara Falls), vibrant flowing river and wild life.
The spectacular sunrises and sunsets, along with the impressive
natural surrounding areas which will never be developed draw
many people who love the outdoors, solitude, privacy, but if they
wanted be within close reach of shopping malls and downtowns.
The more adventurous float the river with its large rapids and
views of the many impressive high rock formations. Others
climb the cliffs for thrilling rock climbing challenges. There are
few places in the world for BASE jumpers to practice their sport.
The nearby Perrine Bridge provides a world famous base jumping
site which crosses the canyon some 486 feet above the river.
It is not to say you need to participate in high adventure or
extreme sports. There are many bike trails, motorized trails,
horse trails, hiking and climbing virtually at the front doors
of this development. Other popular recreation opportunities
include four golf courses within easy access to this project, fishing
for Bass, Trout (Sturgeon over 7 feet not unusual), canoeing,
hunting, skiing, and all the good wine Idaho has to offer.
The growing residential areas on the south side in Twin Falls
and Kimberly have been popular areas for settlement since
pioneer days. The north side in contrast has not been developed
because is largely government land managed by the Bureau
of Land Management (BLM), it will always be protected from
The other big reason Devil’s Corral is destined to be the diamond
of residential development in Magic Valley is that it is surrounded
by over 6,500 square acres of the Snake River Canyons Park.
This development takes full advantage of all the reasons
people enjoy living in the west. Clean air, clean water,
bright starry nights, and many other amenities which are
becoming increasingly hard to find in today’s growing
Staying Home Could Be Exciting!
POWERED BY MAILCHIMP
Access to Devil’s Corral is from Highway
93 that connects the city of Twin Falls
to Hailey and Sun Valley one hour north
and to Interstate 84 two miles away. It
is approximately 125 miles west to Boise
and 225 miles northeast to Salt Lake
Less than two miles of improved asphalt
road and another two miles of improved
and unimproved gravel and dirt road
lead to the property.
Twin Falls airport is served by Delta
Airlines and Sun Valley by Alaska, Delta
and United Airlines.