Open 11am - 10pm 6 days a week
(closed on Tuesdays)
Adults Only on
Wednesdays and from 6pm - 10pm Thursday and Friday
Idaho City, Idaho
About The Springs Resort in Idaho City
Dating back to the late 1800's, The
Springs is steeped in history.
It was once known as Warm Springs Resort and was discovered by the early settlers. It has served as a post office, police station, saloon and overnight stage stop for weary travelers. After switching ownership hands a few times, it was allowed to recuperate for many years from severe overuse, and since has undergone acts of reforestation and rehabilitation.
As of February 14, 2013, land renewed is once again open to the public for enjoying natural hot mineral waters, relaxation and new memories for generations to come.
View pictures of the old Warm Springs Resort
The Springs Resort Facilities
Indulge in the many options for your soaking and rejuvenation needs. Take a dip in the 40' x 80' geothermal pool or for some extra heat, kick back in the 16' hot tub clocking in at 104*. While you're there, try out the steam room to find that higher level of relaxation. In the summer months play on the splash deck in 16 jets of cold water, extremely invigorating!
Grab the fluffy towel and simply relax.
While snow is abound and winter temps are chilling, enjoy the ice and snow free walkways. Geothermal water has been pumped throughout, including the changing rooms, to keep those tootsies warm. The main lobby features a cozy fireplace to sit and share stories. Winter months also feature a bonfire at the edge of the pools, allowing warm-up time when you're not soaking but still want to be outdoors. Intimate lighting follows the footpaths and buildings for easy navigation and a perfect setting for stargazing from the pools.
If you don't pack a lunch, don't worry. Grab a delicious wrap, sandwich
or soup, all made from scratch, at the cafe. Currently , beer, wine
and other beverages are not available. This may change in the future
if the proper license can be obtained. Check out the menu on your
Before or after you eat, take a hike around the 80 acres of Boise National Forest. Pop into the small retail area to explore items from local craftsmen and artists. Starting in the spring of 2013 book a Watsu massage (Shiatsu massage done while floating in water!) Be sure to also take advantage of the live music offered during the summer. Lounge around the deck or on the manicured lawn between the pools and stage. Explore the surrounding beauty by foot, snowshoe or cross country ski. The Springs offers everyone a chance to relax and rejuvenate in a natural atmosphere.
A day pass allows unlimited entry and
exit all day long, a private hot springs shower, personal locker
with key, and a large plush pool towel. You will find complimentary
spa amenities including shampoo, conditioner and shower gel,
grooming products, sunscreen and moisturizer. Complimentary hot tea
and mineral water is offered.
Adult day passes: $16.00
Age 12 and under $8.00
Monthly memberships, multi-use passes and other discounts available, inquire at the front desk.
Construction on overnight accommodations will begin in the spring of 2013. There will be luxury camping tents, wood yurts, rustic cabins and a tree-house suite. Beds and linens will be provided, allowing you to relish the woods without some of the hassles. When spending the night, you'll have the hot springs right out your door for continual enjoyment!
Reservations are mandatory on
weekends and highly recommended during the week. Note that The
Springs limits the amount of soakers in order to provide plenty of
space for everyone. Making a reservation a is a good way to avoid
being politely turned away.
Soaking the afternoon away at The Springs Hot Springs Resort in the Idaho mountains.
From Boise follow Highway 21 north approximately 30 miles until you reach Idaho City.
Approximate drive time is 45 minutes. You can't miss it!
road reports during inclement weather. See the map below...
No Soap, Shampoo or BIO-Soap/Shampoo
Allowed in Hot Springs! Avoid Being Fined!
Public hot springs are not bathing facilities
and do not have 'plumbing' like that of commercial, improved hot springs. Soap and shampoo (including biodegradable soap and shampoo) do not completely breakdown
naturally. This pollutes our water systems (ingested by fish, animals, humans)
at or near the source. This is also illegal in most wilderness and public lands areas.