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World Famous Hot Pools

Contact Info
430 E. Main
Lava Hot Springs, ID 83246

Phone:
208-776-5221
Phone:
800-423-8597
Basics
Type:
Amusement Park,
National Park,
Sports & Recreation,
Other

Description

Bubbling out of natural underground springs, the hot water is laden with minerals, but has no sulfur and therefore no bad odor.

Over 2.5 million gallons a day course through the springs and are diverted into the Portneuf River keeping the springs ever changing and clean. The spring's temperatures range from approximately 102? to 112? degrees.

On cold winter days, the steam rising from the pools wrap people in a cocoon of anonymity. The heated sidewalks and dressing room floors keep your toes toasty warm, even on the coldest of nights.

Amenities

Amenities:
Modern Restrooms
Showers

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