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Bear Lake Hot Springs in South East Idaho

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Season: Year-Round Overall Rating: n/a
Elevation: 5,981 Phone: 208.945.2494
Bear Lake County Montpelier, ID
 

Bear Lake Hot Springs General Description

Large hot springs soaking pools located right on the beach of the Northeast corner of Bear Lake. Featuring camping sites with beautiful views of the lake. Boat rentals available on-site at the beach area. Great area for a summer vacation or family reunion.

Bear Lake Hot Springs Facilities

  • Restrooms and water located on property
  • Hot Mineral Pools
  • Cafe'
  • Sea-Doo, Boat, and Paddleboat rentals
  • On-site store has camping supplies, grilled food, snacks, drinks, ice, etc.
  • Beach Day-Passes
  • Large Sandy Beaches
  • Family Reunions
  • Pets welcome but must be kept on a leash

Hot Springs Hours

10am-10pm, Tues.-Sun., closed Mondays

Hot Pool Rates

  • Adult (Ages 12+) $5.00
  • Youth (6 to 12) $3.50
  • Five And Under Free
  • Senior Citizen $4.00

Bear Lake Hot Springs Overnight Accommodations

There is an onsite campground available for overnight visitors, which is open from approximately Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Camping Rates

  • Camping $20.00/night
  • Camping With Electrical $30.00/night
  • Extra Tent $5.00
  • Extra Vehicle $5.00
  • Beach Day-Pass $5.00

Bear Lake Hot Springs Driving Directions

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