Aura Soma Lava
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We enjoyed one night here and were pleased with the camping area. Small,4 sites, all utilities plus cable,in the middle of the downtown area, walk to all attractions. Parking on green grass and level no problem for our 26' class C. If ever the chance, we would stay there again. Would suggest calling ahead, if no space available try Riverside Campground in same town.
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- Took a whole day to travel to Lava Hot Springs.
- Eight hour drive over 564 miles.
- Stopped a couple of times along the way to fill the tank up.
- Arrived at Lava Hot Springs KOA in the late evening. ...
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... and I had a scoop of Huckelberry Ice cream and a scoop of blackberry and cream cheese ice cream. Yummy. It was warm out, but not hot, so we walked over to Veterns Park sat under the gazebo and enjoyed of delicious treats. Just as we were finishing our ice cream treats I noticed that the museum sign showed 'Open'. We spent about an hour roaming through the displays and listening to the ...
... gathering and camping place for the Shoshone-Bannock Indians.
Plentiful game and Fur bearing animals naturally drew white hunters and traders to the area. The earliest white men known to have visited the region were men of the Missouri Fur Company in 1810, and of John Jacob Astor's Pacific Fur Company who, under Wilson Price Hunt, passed through in 1811. These were soon followed by trappers and traders operating independently, or as members of the ...