The Springs

Description

Since reopening several years ago, The Springs has quickly become a favorite around the Boise area, and is one of the fanciest commercial hot springs in Idaho. It is a spring and spa in one, that offers massage bodywork, food, and even beer and wine. They provide towels and have a men's and women's locker room with lockers, showers, and even higher-end shampoo, conditioner, and shower gel.

We recommend making a reservation before you plan your trip, as they limit the number of guests each hour to ensure the spring is never over crowded. They have several private pools (currently at $45/hour), and a large open main pool with a hot tub ($20/ person). If booking a private tub, be aware that they charge you the entrance fee if you want to swim in the main pool after your private soak. It's also important to note that certain days are adults only days and other days are family friendly.

When we visit we make like to make an evening of it and usually end up spending around $80. We love the private tubs and recommend trying them out if you're able, but don't do them as often after they started charging admission on top of the private pool cost.

The Springs in Idaho City is very close to Boise, so we're usually able to visit this spring around once a month and prefer going at night much more than the day time. The staff is very friendly, and the facilities are awesome, so it can definitely be worth the price if you're in need of a good quality soak.

Nude To Prude Scale

Nudity Potential At The Springs: Negative, Ghost Rider

Prude

Nude

Personal Notes

The sign for The Springs is terribly difficult to read in the snow and at night because the sign is white and light blue. If you are driving there at night, or in the winter keep a close eye out for it before you hit Idaho City.

To maintain a spa like atmosphere, and to err on the side of caution, they have a policy of only 1 alcoholic beverage per hour to be served while you're visiting.

Directions

From Boise, head 45 minutes from towards Idaho City up Highway 21. There is a large sign on the left to direct you where to turn for The Springs. If you end up all the way into downtown Idaho City you've gone about 2 miles too far.

At A Glance

Region: Boise

Nearest Town: Idaho City

Usage: Very High

Accessible Seasons:

  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Fall
  • Winter

Parking Cost: $0

Family Friendly? Yes

Water Temp Range: 98F-105F

Business Details

Admission Cost: $20

Hours

Monday: 11am - 10pm

Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday: 11am - 10pm

Thursday: 11am - 10pm

Friday: 11am - 10pm

Saturday: 11am - 10pm

Sunday: 11am - 10pm

Our Rating:

Star Rating Block

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Parking Cost: $

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