Wilson Butte Cave, a National Register Archaeological Site. It examines the evidence left there by the earliest people in Idaho. Where did they come from? What were they doing here? How did they survive on the Snake River Plain, one of the harshest environments in North America?
Located on Idaho's volcanic Snake River Plain, near present-day Twin Falls, Wilson Butte Cave protrudes like a rocky bubble on a vast, level sea of ancient lava. If you wandered near it, like native people probably did in search of game, you would be drawn to it, wondering what was there. You would be surprised at what you find.