Bonneville Hot Springs Pictures
Bonneville Hot Springs Directions
Bonneville Hot Springs Campground is located 19 miles SE of Lowman off State Highway 21 and is also past Kirkham and Tenmile, but before Sacajawea. The turnoff to the campground is signed as is the trailhead for the hot springs. Expect a hosted, full campground and packed hot springs May through September. All other times the campground is typically closed and entrance gated, extending the hike in by about a mile. Campground and day use fees apply during the open season.
Check availability/make campground reservations
Bonneville Hot Springs Campground opens mid to late April, on occasion May (depending on snow levels) and closes in October or November. When the campground is closed and snow brim prevents parking at the gate, use the parking area for the Warm Springs Trailhead located just before the turnoff to Bonneville. Make sure to check road conditions before departing on your adventure. There is a trail from the parking area that intersects with Bonneville campground, or you can just walk down the road to the official entrance. Snowshoes or skies are recommended when snow is on the ground.
On-site developed park and hike-in sites available seasonally. Other National Forest developed and primitive camping sites/areas are also available nearby.
Bonneville Hot Springs Soak Stats
- Season: All (campground closed during winter)
- Access Type: Hike
- Public Land: Boise National Forest
- Elevation: 4,700 ft
- Water Temperature: Varies
- Nearest City: Lowman
- Usage Level: Heavy
- Avg. pH: 7-8