Visiting Idaho in the winter can be one of the best experiences of your life, if you know one of the state’s best-kept secrets: the hot springs! You can find a larger list of them in this post, but only one of them is located fully indoors and away from the elements: 1,000 Springs Resort.
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1,000 Springs Resort On the Snake River w/ campground, indoor pool, docks, boat ramp, view of 1000 Springs. (18) RV sites $35 per night- includes water, sewer and electric (40) tent sites $25 per night locations- fire pits, some with boat docks 2 cabins Located on the Snake River.
1000 Springs Resort, located five miles south of Hagerman, includes a large area to camp, views of waterfalls, and geothermal mineral pools. There is an RV park, tent campsites, and simple cabins available to book.
1,000 Springs River Dockside Room is an Airbnb that offers kayak rentals, paddle board rentals, personal watercraft rentals and an outdoor venue for weddings/events. Kayak from your own personal dock and explore the Snake River and all it has to offer!
The indoors can be just as much adventure as the outdoors! Maybe the weather isn’t cooperating, the air quality is bad, or you just prefer being inside that day. No matter the cause, we have awesome locations for you to visit.
Your Guide to the Most Astounding, Eye-Popping Sights and Activities in the Region Southern Idaho is not flashy. She keeps her gems hidden, tucked out of the way and saved for those who are willing to seek her majesty.
She’s calling you. Maybe you’ve heard her beckon toward towering rocks, pristine lands, powerful waters, and ancient caves that have been transformed by snow and ice. Maybe you’ve felt the pull to push your limits on backcountry slopes, towering ice climbs, and challenging hikes.
Fairfield is a quaint, historic town nestled against the Sawtooth National Forest. Soldier Mountain graces the skyline at over 7,000 feet, attracting skiers in winter and mountain bikers in summer. In fact, Fairfield’s beautiful landscape offers fun and adventure all year round.
Hot springs + Wine = premium relaxation to the point of melting in place. Savor and enjoy the moment! We’ll leave it up to you whether you go hot-springing and then take a tour of our region’s wineries, or reverse the order.
Life in Hagerman is built around the water. The Snake River flows to its west, hot springs gurgle up from its earth, waterfalls gush from its canyon, and millions of fish are spawned here every year. If you’re a water lover, it’s time to plan your trip.
Soak Up the Relaxation at Southern Idaho’s Hot Springs Why does Southern Idaho have so many amazing hot springs? Chock it up to geology. Southern Idaho is home to hundreds of ancient, dormant volcanoes that created the lava rock features of the region while trapping millions of gallons of water.
Best Under-the-Radar Destinations: 10 Reasons to Visit Idaho People are talking about Idaho. Some pretty authoritative people, in fact — late last year, the U.S. Census Bureau named Idaho the fastest-growing state in the nation.