Twin Springs Resort is the idyllic mountain retreat you’ve been searching for, and it’s located directly on the Middle Fork of the Boise River. Relax in the natural spring-heated hot tubs, steam sauna, and cottages after a day of exploring the great outdoors, seeing animals, or participating in one of the many other recreational activities.
The property doesn’t have phone service. Reservations and inquiries must be made over email or social media.
People have lived in the region since the end of the 1800s when vast amounts of gold were found and started the “gold rush.” Until the middle of the twentieth century, gold mining and logging were the area’s primary sources of income.
For many decades, the original cabin on the land housed guests, served as a general shop, hosted classes, and provided food for the neighborhood. Even though the property underwent many renovations, the original structure is no longer there, but artifacts and the foundation can still be seen.
Natural Hot Springs
The property gets its water from natural hot springs, which flow to the cabins and jacuzzis that people can rent. Mineral water without sulfur is pumped from the cliff at 180°F and is not treated in any way. Cabin guests may relax in their own private outdoor hot tub. Only guests staying the night may soak in the tubs; there are no options for day visitors.
The resort also has a steam sauna for its guests to enjoy. Since the hot tubs are in private cabins, they are clothing optional.
Aside from soaking in these magical spring waters, this remote part of Idaho is an excellent place for many outdoor activities during the different seasons. These include hiking, mountain biking, gold panning, kayaking, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, ATV riding, hunting, tubing, fishing, biking, and animal watching.
Cabins and Home Rentals
This serene venue offers three cabins and two home rentals set along the river. Unwind in the hot tub while taking in the breathtaking scenery of the Middle Fork of the Boise River from the comfort of your own balcony.
There’s a two-night minimum for each rental, and kids ages five and under are free of charge. The first two guests are charged a base rate as a pair, and each individual, in addition to them, has a prorated fee.
After a long day of exploring the Middle Fork and nearby mountains, their geothermal-heated cabins are a warm and toasty place to relax. Each cabin has two rooms and a fully-equipped kitchen with a 4-burner stove and a refrigerator.
The Gatehouse has three bedrooms and no electricity; everything is powered by propane. The Rockhouse is one of the most rustic accommodations, with no kitchen, stove, or fridge, but it has an outdoor charcoal BBQ.
Address: 2538 Middle Fork Road, Boise, Idaho 83716
Phone: No phone service. To contact, write to: email@example.com