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Lava Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce.
110 E. Main Street, Lava Hot Springs, ID 83246. Phone: 208-776-5500.
City of Lava Hot Springs. 155
W. Elm, Lava Hot Springs, ID 832466. Phone: 208-776-5820; Fax: 208-776-5130.
Lava Hot Springs
Airport. Toll-free: 1-877-360-2582; Fax: 208-776-5776.
33 E. Main Street, Lava Hot Springs, ID 83246. Phone: 208-776-5301; Fax:
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Moon Handbooks: Idaho
by Don Root
May 2004, Paperback, 4th edition,
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Atlas & Gazetteer by
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Paperback, June 2000, 3rd Edition.
Hidden Idaho: Including Boise, Sun Valley, and Yellowstone National Park
by Richard Harris.
Paperback; 344 pages; Publisher:
Ulysses Press; Fifth edition (August 3, 2004); ISBN: 1569753970
In Hidden Idaho, well-respected veteran travel writer Richard Harris
balances coverage of Idaho's growing travel facilities, including dude
ranches, alpine cabin rentals, and secluded fishing lodges, with extensive
details on the state's many natural attractions. Hidden Idaho serves as both
a travel guide and an outdoor adventure handbook with full listings
describing 53 parks, 29 wildlife-viewing spots, 25 trout streams, and 143
campgrounds. It reveals those uniquely Idaho spots, including 40 ski resorts
and 10 hot springs plus 23 mom 'n' pop diners and 6 local wineries.
Lava A History, by Tom McDevitt. Paperback; 450 pages; Publisher: Little
Red Hen (November 11, 2002) ISBN: 0933046111. Our history starts on Highway
30 at the steel bridge, milepost 365, seven miles east of McCammon, Idaho,
and five miles west of the town of Lava Hot Springs.
& Ron's Guide to Idaho Paddling: Flatwater & Easy
by Katherine Daly, Ron Watters
April 1999, Paperback, 288 pages, (guidebook)
Covers nearly 100 different river segments
that can be done in an open canoe, but are also suitable for kayaks,
inflatable and drift boats.
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