Idaho Falls was founded in the late 1800s. It began as a small agricultural community that continued to grow and flourish, becoming a popular hub for entertainment and a gateway to outdoor opportunities. In 1947, one Idaho Falls attraction was established that drew in quite a crowd and brought the community together even more — Idaho Falls Funland. This amusement park in Idaho Falls became a hidden gem that unfortunately closed down. However, it recently reopened, bringing a bit of the past back to life.

This amusement park is seasonal and open on Saturdays and Sundays. Tickets are required for each ride and you will buy individual tickets. You can learn about hours and prices on the Idaho Falls website. Check out the Funland at the Zoo Facebook page for even more information.

Have you been to Funland in Idaho Falls? Do you remember this small amusement park years ago? Let us know in the comments.

If this is your first time visiting Idaho Falls, check out this itinerary featuring some of the best things to do in Idaho Falls. You can also book a stay in one of the city’s charming hotels or vacation rentals. I highly recommend spending some time in this eastern Idaho town — there is plenty to do and see!

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