Dip into the therapeutic waters of Lava Hot Springs, Idaho

Who would have thought that the state of Idaho has a city named Lava Hot Springs!  It is known for its hot springs that are natural and therapeutic. Bring the entire family to Lava Hot Springs and enjoys days of fun, relaxation and rejuvenation.

Located in Bannock County, Idaho, Lava Hot Springs is a resort community inhabited by less than 500 people. It is 5,020 feet above sea level and covers a total area of   0.71 square miles.  It is actually nearer Salt Lake City, Utah, than Boise, Idaho. You can travel into Lava Hot springs by land but the quicker way is by air travel. You can either fly into Pocatello Regional Airport which is about 45 miles away or via Salt Lake City International Airport which is about 152 miles away. There are regular shuttles to Lava Hot Springs from both airports.

Lava Hot Springs might be a small city but it packs a power punch for travelers who would like to enjoy numerous activities in a place that is extremely peaceful and relaxing. Its natural hot pools temperature ranges from 102F to 110F with no chemicals and sulfur. You can spend hours enjoying its waters without smelling like a chemical lab! The city also features swimming pools and water parks including an Olympic Swimming Complex, Indoor Aquatic Center, Portneuf Kiddie Cove, Water Slides and Diving Platform. Aside from water activities, the city showcases beautiful sunken gardens, hiking and biking trails, and fishing in its local trout pond. To cap your day, enjoy a relaxing massage in one of its spas.

If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of city life with the entire family, take a trip to Lava Hot Springs! Consult your travel agent for more details. 

by Sunshine Silva on 09/24/2015 in Rest & Relaxation