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ⓘ Celebration Park




Celebration Park
                                     

ⓘ Celebration Park

Celebration Park is an archaeological park in the western United States, located in southwestern Idaho. It is the states first archeological park and is adjacent to the Snake River near Melba and Walters Ferry in Canyon County.

It offers camping, toilets, drinking water, picnicking, self-guided tours and interpretive programs, as well as Fishing and access to Hiking trails and the snake river with a small day use fee. The height of the river in the Park is about 2.250 feet 690 m above sea level.

                                     
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