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Maple Grove Hot Springs in South East Idaho

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Season: All Overall Rating: A
Elevation: 4,902 Phone: 208.851.1137
Franklin County 11386 Oneida Narrows Road
Thatcher, Idaho  83283

40 minutes from Pocatello, ID

Maple Grove Hot Springs Pictures


Winter view of the pool


Sunset


Summer view of the pool


Overhead view


Map overview


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Maple Grove Hot Springs General Description

Maple Grove Hot Springs is located along the Bear River at the North end of Oneida Narrows Reservoir in the scenic Oneida Narrows canyon in South Eastern Idaho.

Maple Grove features 2 large soaking tubs and 1 large therapy pool along with a variety of other amenities. The rock and mortar tub pictured above is approx. 14 ft in diameter with a rock bench.

Maple Grove Facilities

Overnight Lodging (in converted 1955 Detroiter bus), Overnight Camping, Patron Kitchen, Showers, Changing Rooms, Soaking Supplies (swimsuits and more), Convenience Store, Motor Coach Parking, Boating Facilities, Addition Overnight Lodging Options.

Hot Springs Pools Hours

10am - 10pm 365 days/year!

Rates

  • Call for pool rates and lodging availability

Maple Grove Hot Springs Overnight Accommodations

Camping and overnight lodging facilities are available. Email or call 208.851.1137 to make reservations.

Driving Directions

Use the interactive Google map below for driving directions.

Nearby Attractions

  • Caribou-Targhee National Forest
  • Montpelier & Preston (Cities)
  • Bear River
  • Oneida Reservoir

 

Maple Grove Hot Springs Video

Maple Grove Hot Springs Map and Directions


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Important Winter Travel Information

From Grace, Idaho: Hwy 34 South 15 miles, nearly to mile marker 29, turn left on 13800 N Rd. Make an immediate right on Maple Grove Rd and follow South about 3 miles along the river (stay right at Y) to the Hot Springs. This route is clear all winter.

From Preston, Idaho:
Winter route... Hwy 34 North from Preston 21 miles to mile marker 29 turn right on 13800 N Rd just after crossing a bridge over the Bear River. Make an immediate right turn on Maple Grove Rd. and follow South about 3 miles along the river, stay right at the Y, to the Hot Springs. After Thanksgiving until May if you have an urge to use the Summer routes please call first and get a road update.
Summer route... Hwy 34 North from Preston 4 miles to Hwy 36 turn right. Follow 36 about 13 miles to Maple Grove Rd ( past Mink Creek) turn left on Maple Grove Rd and follow down the hill 2 miles to the river, turn left at the Y with Oneida Narrows Rd and you're there. Long trailers, motor homes and low clearance/fancy cars should still come in the "winter Route", please do not try this road in snow, it is not plowed in Winter! This road is usually impassable from December- late April.

From Montpelier, Idaho:
Winter route... Hwy 89 from Montpelier to Ovid, turn right on Hwy 36 follow to Hwy 34 and turn right on 34. Take Hwy 34 about 17 miles to 13800 N Rd (about mile marker 29) then turn right on Maple Grove Rd and follow 3 miles South to the Hot Springs.
Summer route...Hwy 89 from Montpelier to Ovid turn right on Hwy 36 follow about 21 miles to Maple Grove Rd on the right. Follow Maple Grove Road downhill to the river, about 2 miles, and turn left at the Y.

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