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Banbury Hot Springs, located on the beautiful Snake River, north of Buhl, Idaho has always been considered a spiritual and mystical retreat. It has been providing the healing benefit of the geothermal mineral water to the public since 1920.

The 120-by-60-foot outdoor pool and five private baths are heated by the artesian mineral water that bubbles from the earth at 138 degrees and is cooled to a very comfortable temperature with Banbury Spring water.

Banbury Hot Springs features a day use picnic area, tree shaded, grassy park with 20 RV hook-ups as well as tent camping with facilities. Other accommodations include a Cabin that will sleep 4, a Sheep Wagon with a queen size bed and a Bunk House where you can toss down your sleeping bags.

A Hidden Paradise awaits you! Located along the Historic Thousand Springs Scenic Byway between Hagerman and Buhl, Idaho, just off Highway 30.

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