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Givens Hot Springs, Idaho

Categories: Hot Springs, Nature & Parks
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1.9/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
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  • We visited four hot springs in Idaho and Montana, during our travel in Montana and Idaho, but not Mundo Hot springs, closed by Monday and Tuesday(?!?). Then we can compare all of them (Lolo HS; Givens...  read more »
  • Starting off with the water. It's great. Givens Hot Springs provides an awesome temperature and the nice silky feeling we all know and love. I don't have an itty bitty kid but, the availability of a k...  read more »
  • I can't believe a mature woman can not wear a tankini to Givens! I was told my full coverage swim suit could not be worn because it looked like street clothing. What is up with that? I wanted to wear ...  read more »
  • We booked a cabin next to the Givens Hot Springs. When we arrived we were shocked to have been charged $114 for a night in The Stabin' Cabin. Also know that most of these reviews are lies posted by locals to lure tourists in. Also, fair warning, The "Hot Springs" is a very run down pool. You also have to PAY extra to use the "hot springs". And I kid you not, we were not handed a key to The Stabin' Cabin as "there is no key." Seriously, the Stabin' Cabin cannot lock. We asked for a refund and sprinted for the car. Avoid at all cost as $114 to be "The Honor Killing" of the season at the Stabin' Cabin is way too much.
  • Don't go in the summer time! The warm water would be nice in the winter. But there's a lot of better hotsprings to be found in ID and UT. This place hasn't changed since I was a kid, except all the trees got larger. Needs lots of work, but people keep coming, so the owners seem to have no interest in putting any money back into it. The grassy area was soggy almost everywhere. There was enough dry-ish areas to put tents, but once those were up, there was only soggy grassy to play sports in. The pool itself is literally only more worn down than when I was a kid, otherwise unchanged. The dressing rooms smelled of sewage and were so hot and humid I was dripping with sweat by the time I could get out of there. One upside is the prices of the ice cream sandwiches, and other movie-theater-concession-style treats they sell, also hasn't changed since I was a kid.
  • Ahhhhh.... What else do I need to say? If you have not been, go. A favorite family fun destination.
  • Stayed the night camping. Really laid back, easy to talk with, and extremely friendly! Plenty of space for camping, and got to enjoy a fire ring. Quiet evening and day that was really relaxing. Plus so close to home and towns for anything you need! Bring your own fire wood, water, and food.
  • It has an amazing hot pool, all natural and heated floors and toilets!!! Soooooooooooooooooo relaxing!
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