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Box Canyon Springs State Park

Box Canyon is home to the 11th largest spring in North America, with crystal-clear water perfect for kayaking, paddleboarding, and swimming. Enjoy hiking trails, bird watching, and wildlife viewing in this beautiful park.

Phone: (208) 837-4505

Billingsley Creek State Park

This picturesque park features serene Billingsley Creek, providing a habitat for a variety of wildlife. Enjoy fishing, bird watching, picnicking, and hiking trails in this peaceful setting.

Phone: (208) 837-4136

Miracle Hot Springs

Relax in one of the 15 private hot pools or the 6 outdoor public pools at Miracle Hot Springs. Massage services are also available for a complete rejuvenating experience.

Phone: (208) 543-6002

Malad Gorge Unit of Thousand Springs State Park

Malad Gorge features a 250-foot-deep canyon with a stunning waterfall and scenic overlooks. The park offers walking trails, a footbridge, and interpretive signs to learn about the area’s geology and history.

Phone: (208) 837-4505

Cold Springs Winery

Situated in the heart of Idaho’s wine country, Cold Springs Winery offers a tasting room where you can sample their award-winning wines. Enjoy the beautiful vineyard views and take a guided tour to learn about the winemaking process.

Phone: (208) 366-7993

Ritter Island - A unit of Thousand Springs State Park

Ritter Island boasts beautiful springs, a historic dairy farm, and a variety of wildlife. Visitors can enjoy hiking, fishing, picnicking, and guided tours of the historic buildings.

Phone: (208) 837-4505

Balanced Rock

Balanced Rock is a unique geological formation featuring a 48-foot-tall rock balanced on a pedestal. The park offers hiking trails, picnic areas, and photo opportunities of this natural wonder.

Phone: (208) 837-4987

Blue Heart Springs

Accessible only by boat, Blue Heart Springs is a stunning natural spring with vibrant blue water perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and paddleboarding. The springs can be reached via a short boat ride from Banbury Hot Springs or 1000 Springs Resort.

Phone: Not available

Shoshone Falls

Known as the “Niagara of the West,” Shoshone Falls is a breathtaking 212-foot waterfall located on the Snake River. The park offers viewing platforms, hiking trails, picnic areas, and a boat ramp.

Phone: (208) 736-2265

Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument

This site contains one of the world’s richest fossil deposits from the Pliocene Epoch. Visit the visitor center to learn about the area’s paleontological significance, and explore the hiking trails to see exposed fossil sites and scenic views.

Phone: (208) 933-4100

Hagerman Museum

The Hagerman Museum showcases the history of Hagerman Valley, its fossils, and its early settlers. The museum also features exhibits on agriculture, geology, and the Oregon Trail.

Phone: (208) 837-6288

Banbury Hot Springs

Banbury Hot Springs offers a relaxing and rejuvenating experience with geothermal mineral pools.

Phone: (208) 543-6002

Hagerman Wildlife Management Area

This 880-acre wildlife management area along the Snake River is a haven for birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts. Home to a variety of bird species and other wildlife, visitors can enjoy hiking, fishing, photography, and observing nature in its pristine state.

Phone: (208) 324-4359

Niagara Springs State Park

Part of the Thousand Springs State Park complex, Niagara Springs offers a beautiful cascading spring and scenic canyon views. The park has a picnic area, walking trails, and opportunities for bird watching and wildlife viewing.

Phone: (208) 837-4505

Eagle Tree

The Eagle Tree is a centuries-old cottonwood tree that has become a nesting site for bald eagles. Visitors can observe these majestic birds from a distance during nesting season, typically from January to June.

Phone: Not available

Nature helps us make the most of the big moments.

We look forward to welcoming you to our park and making your stay as enjoyable as possible.

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