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Lava Hot Springs, Idaho is a popular year round resort location famous for their hot pools and mineral baths.

Visitor Information

Lava Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce. 110 E. Main Street, Lava Hot Springs, ID 83246. Phone: 208-776-5500. E-mail

City of Lava Hot Springs. 155 W. Elm, Lava Hot Springs, ID 832466. Phone: 208-776-5820; Fax: 208-776-5130.

Airport

Lava Hot Springs Airport.  Toll-free: 1-877-360-2582; Fax: 208-776-5776. E-mail

Library

Lava Library. 33 E. Main Street, Lava Hot Springs, ID 83246. Phone: 208-776-5301; Fax: 208-776-5301. E-mail


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Idaho Atlas & GazetteerIdaho Atlas & Gazetteer by DeLorme Publishing. ISBN: 0899332846; 
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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. Order now...

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