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One of Lava Hot Springs,
Idaho interesting attractions is the "L" mountain above the town. It is best
viewed at night.
Festivals and Events
Art in the Park. Phone: 208-776-5106 or 208-776-5015.
Fire & Ice Winter Fest.
Wine Tasting at the Riverside Inn, Barista Competition at Aura Soma Lava's
Coffee Shop, Chili Cook-Off at the Chuckwagon and Johnnies,
Snowman Building, Polar Bear Float down the Portneuf River and Casino Night at
the Community Center with refreshments and Prizes.
Lions Bulls Only Event. At the Lava Lions Arena. Phone: 208-588-3101.
Lava Rama Mountain Bike Race. Beginning and ending at the Hot Springs
Park on Main Street, Lava Hot Springs, ID. Phone: 208-573-4255.
Oktoberfest. At the Riverside Restaurant and Duke's Lounge, Lava Hot
Springs, ID . Phone: 208-776-5504.
Downy - Downata
Hot Springs. 3 and a half miles southeast of Downey on US 91, Lava Hot
Springs, ID . Phone: 208-897-5736.
Falls - Indian Springs. two miles southwest of American Falls on state
highway 37, Lava Hot Springs, ID. Phone: 208-226-2174.
Hot Springs. 11 miles east of exit 47 on US 30, Lava Hot Springs, ID.
Phone: 208-776-5221; Toll-free: 1-800-423-8597; Fax: 208-776-5273.
Riverdale Resort. At the intersection of state highways 34 & 36, Lava
Hot Springs, ID. Phone: 208-852-0266.
Maple Grove Hot Springs. In the Oneida Narrows, Lava Hot Springs, ID.
Museum and Exhibits
Bannock County Historical Center Museum. 110 E. Main Street, Lava Hot
Springs, ID 83246. Phone: 208-776-5500.
Historic Byway. Toll-free: 1-888-201-1063.
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Idaho, 7th Edition by James P. Kelly. This food, wine and travel
writer offers his own unique perspective and local knowledge of the Gem State by
providing original trip ideas along with all the details to plan your vacation.
Discover hot springs, birding, skiing and much more.
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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