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Hot Springs in Idaho

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Hot Springs in Idaho

Idaho is teeming with hot springs, or should we say “steaming”? Hot springs in Idaho are abundant – nearly 130 soakable hot springs – more soakable hot springs than any other state in the nation!

Hot Springs in Idaho

Many of these hot springs come in several different shapes, sizes, and temperatures located on public lands in National Forest or wilderness. Public hot springs in Idaho are typically free.   These natural hot springs nestled along mountain paths and out in nature make for an amazing backpacking destination or day trip adventure.

Developed commercial hot springs in Idaho are on private land and offer modern amenities.  Many have food and beverage service, showers and changing rooms.  Many have pools of varying temperatures and most are open nearly year-round.  These privately owned hot springs typically charge a fee for the upkeep and services provided.

Whether you choose a public or private hot spring, soaking in one of the hot springs in Idaho is sure to soothe your soul and wash the stress away.

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