Nat Soo Pah Hot Springs & Rv

4.28 Votes
  • Address: 2738 E 2400 N, Twin Falls, ID 83301, USA, United States
  • Phone: +1-2086554337
  • Tags: Camp, Hot Spring, Family And Kids

A visit to this campground with the hills in the background is definitely going to provide you with enough relaxation in Twin Falls. You can stay here for a couple of days amidst the vast natural brilliance of the place. The hot springs here are perfect in shape with quite a few lifeguards to look after your safety. The swimming pool is here a number of rides where you can play with your kids. Apart from this, you can hike with your loved ones in the adjacent hills. This is a perfect family destination where beauty is scattered everywhere.

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  • Nat Soo Pah Hot Springs & Rv Address: 2738 E 2400 N, Twin Falls, ID 83301, USA, United States
  • Nat Soo Pah Hot Springs & Rv Contact Number: +1-2086554337
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  • 8.7% of people who visit Twin Falls include Nat Soo Pah Hot Springs & Rv in their plan

  • 87.5% of people start their Nat Soo Pah Hot Springs & Rv visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Nat Soo Pah Hot Springs & Rv

Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Nat Soo Pah Hot Springs & Rv

People normally club together Shoshone Falls and Callen Cattle & Gravel while planning their visit to Nat Soo Pah Hot Springs & Rv.

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Nat Soo Pah Hot Springs & Rv Reviews & Ratings

  • Water is very nice and the pool staff is friendly. Sometimes the pool does get a bit crowded though. Reasonable prices and areas for all ages. Changing rooms could use some work as some doors are missing locks and such. Good place for family reunions with a somewhat large area of grass with grills and streams. Would recommend for all ages. A great place to spend the day!

  • No notice of change in hours for school starting until we showed up at the door. We drove an hour from Burley to have a fun last day of summer vacation. There was also people that drove from Caldwell to come swim. They wouldn't let us in, so we went to Anderson Camp. Anderson opened their doors early for us.

  • This is a great little campground, lots of RV/trailer spaces, day use and picnic area, and tent camping. We tent camped, got in evening time, set up, and went into the pools and spas. They had lots of rental options (towels, lockers, floaties) in case you forgot something and showers for before/after. I loved the pools, fun for the whole family; soak, swim, slide, and dive into awesome spot. Well worth the short drive from Twin Falls.

  • This is a fun place to swim and soak. The prices are reasonable. The staff isn't the most cheerful bunch, the place could use some updates, and they have been playing the same music on repeat for maybe 10 years. Haha Overall though it's an economical choice for some family fun.

  • Fun campground. Bring the side by sides and 4 wheelers cause just over the mountain is the sawtooth national forest. Thanks to the staff for letting me know about that. Ride all morning relax in the pool and natural hot pools in the evening

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