Experiencing springtime in the Snake River Canyons Park can hold lots surprises, from a burst of blossoms from the many native plants to sighting a bird of prey on the hunt. The many lava outcroppings offer interesting formations and colors, and can house some of the area’s native wildlife. And history abounds in the Park. Explore parts of the Emigrant Road that runs east to west through the Park, or the Walgamott Road that takes off from the Emigrant Road and runs north toward I-84. Or visit the gravesite of an unknown early pioneer, marked on the south side of Shoshone Falls Road near the 700 East Road. You can also visit the landing site that was never used by Evel Knievel after his aborted mid-flight attempt to fly over the Snake River Canyon. 

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