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About Hot Springs
Hot Springs are God’s Fountain of youth. Hot springs refresh the mind, body and spirit. This website is dedicated to hot spring enthusiasts You have arrived at the ultimate hot springs website. This website provides comprehensive knowledge to help to visit and enjoy natural hot springs.
Hot Spring Etiquette
There is an etiquette at hot springs. There is always a courtesy code at in nature and at hot springs. It is important to know the laws of the land. It is important to know and follow the law. Its always best to know the local customs. Laws and local customs can and are different from spring to spring. Being aware of them and using the golden rule is always a good start.
10 Commandments of Hot Springs
1. Respect the Individual. Be considerate of fellow hot spring enthusiasts.
2. Respect Nature. Be gentle to the environment that include animals, plants and trees.
3.Pack out what you pack in. Pick up all garbage even if it isn’t yours.
4. No Dogs in hot springs.
5. No Glass at hot springs.
6. No Soap in hot springs. No cleaning your hair or body.
7. No Candles at hot springs.
8.No Eating in hot springs.
9. No Sex in hot springs.
10. Hot springs can be clothing optional. Nudity is better so you don’t get dirt or soap from your clothes.
Locating Hot Springs
This website provides the latest for all hot springs locations. Hot springs do change and some close their business, the forest service closes it or the spring flow changes. This website tries to provide the most updated information. Each page will contain comments for hot spring enthusiast to give the latest and greatest for each spring. This website gives directions, maps, videos, pictures, gps, accessibility rating, description of the pools with temps and size and condition. There are videos of each spring. I rate the spring and link to each spring if it is available. The most important thing is to enjoy and have fun.
Safety First Hot Springs
1) The thermal injury will occur with just five seconds of exposure to 140-degree F (60°C) water. 2) Naegleria fowleri, colloquially known as the “brain-eating amoeba” can be found in hot springs. 3) Red spider mites frequent hot springs and do bite humans.
I went on a little road trip last week to find the best of the best hot springs in Idaho, beginning in Boise. The objective was simple: Soak is as many beautiful places as possible and find the best ones. It was a smashing success. Here’s where we went: Idaho City Hot Springs: A nice big pool, private jacuzzis, and even a steam bath. This one isn’t a natural one and you do have to pay to use it but it’s a nice stop between Boise and Stanley. Kirkham Hot Springs: A popular one in Idaho, it’s pretty nice in the winter months when there are fewer people around. This hot spring features waterfalls and a bunch of different pools and best of all, it’s nice and HOT. Mountain Village Resort Hot Springs: The first stop in Stanley, Mountain Village has its own little barn hot spring that you can use when you stay at the hotel. Boat/Boater Box hot springs: This little tub on the river is adorable and a nice little place to soak. Sunbeam hot springs: My personal favorite, this hot spring is so nice and hot and it’s also the only one I had all to myself! It’s just 10 minutes down the road from Boater box. Goldbug Hot Spring: Idaho’s most famous but for good reason. This one requires a 2-mile hike in and you get rewarded with hot springs of various temperatures and an incredible view. For more hot springs that weren’t featured in this video along with a map and suggestions on where to stay, read the blog post: https://www.bemytravelmuse.com/idaho-…
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Each hot springs page includes locations, directions, maps, descriptions, photos, videos, reviews, and more.
Listed alphabetically below are the hot springs for the great state of Idaho.
Finally, a comprehensive map to help you explore all the best hot springs in Idaho and to find which soak spots are closest to you.
Click below to view a map that includes 52 natural hot springs, hot spring resorts, hotels, and parks in Idaho. All the spots are linked to Google maps for directions and for easily finding more information.