We are currently booked…….

We are currently booked up for reservations the entire day on Saturday, April 19th, and Sunday, April 20th, until 4 pm.  Please check for any cancellations by clicking on the “Reservations” tab to the right prior to making the drive up!  For those that do have reservations, please provide us with at least 12 hours notice if you need to cancel.  This way, we are able to allow other customers to enjoy our facility.

Reserving your spot for the weekends (Friday - Sunday) is a great way to ensure we have space for you, that you will not be turned away or asked to wait.  

We have limited space and we never want our guests to feel crowded.  We cannot accommodate everyone that wants to visit us. If you are planning to drive up from Boise, it’s always a good idea to secure a spot, on any day.

Reservations are a great idea for weekdays too, it helps us plan staffing, but you can feel confident that a last minute decision to come soak during the week is a safe bet.

Reserving online is fast and easy, or you can give us a call at 392-9500 and press “0” to speak to the front desk.

Once you reserve you get a confirmation email with a one click option to change or cancel, and you get great information and tips about the drive and how to get the most out of your visit.

Reservations are for a full day pass.  You just choose the hour you expect to arrive, then arrive sometime within that one hour period, it’s very relaxed and don’t worry if you arrive early or late.  Once you are in, you have a full day pass.  If you do stay for less than 2 hours, then we give you $2 off your stay.

Click here to reserve.

It’s warming up here in Idaho City, but there’s still plenty of snow on the ground. Highway 21 is clear and dry.  Keep in mind that Boise County has an amazing road crew that works at all hours, so even when the City of Boise has iced and snow-filled roads, once you get to the highway it’s almost always clear sailing.

It’s warming up here in Idaho City, but there’s still plenty of snow on the ground. Highway 21 is clear and dry.  Keep in mind that Boise County has an amazing road crew that works at all hours, so even when the City of Boise has iced and snow-filled roads, once you get to the highway it’s almost always clear sailing.

Now featuring draft beer and wine by the glass, as well as a select list of wines by the bottle.  We’re proud to feature some great Idaho wines and local craft beers on draft.

Now featuring draft beer and wine by the glass, as well as a select list of wines by the bottle.  We’re proud to feature some great Idaho wines and local craft beers on draft.

HOT TUB FOR TWENTY

Well, maybe more like 15.  They poured the concrete for our new 15ft circular pool;  it’s our hottest pool at 104F+.  It’s fed by one of our smaller springs that flows out of the ground at 107F at around 40 GPM.  The water has the same high pH, low sulfur, super soft feeling as our main spring, just hotter.
The new hot tub has two levels of benches, one for people watching, the other for lean- back star watching.

The Springs at Idaho City is coming soon!  

LAYING LOTS OF PIPE

There is so much piping and conduit under the ground at THE SPRINGS that if you laid it end-to-end it would stretch… our construction schedule out months and take us forever to redo it and put it back in the ground.

Take a look at the hot springs pool piping, the radiant heat piping for the building heating and heated pool deck, and the electrical conduits to power lighting, the steam room, the new pool lights and the stage.  Then there are the drainage pipes, and the spring water drinking water piping, and the irrigation system, and the pipes to the nozzles on the splash deck (water jets in the deck like at the Boise Grove) and I’m sure I’m missing something.

It’s a complicated system, taking months to design and install, all meant to give you a hotter winter pool, a cooler summer pool, a snow and ice free deck, and more.  When we open, you will not see any of it, but you will certainly enjoy the experience it brings.

Thanks go out to Bob Wylie, Kurt Gindling, Andy Burke, Hank Elliot, Tikker Engineering, American Mechanical, High Ground Electric, Ramisch Plumbing, Evergreen Sprinkler and I’m sure I’m missing someone.