Aura Soma Lava
Travel Blogs from Lava Hot Springs
June 28, 2012
Riverside CG, Palisades Reservoir, Id
Monday morning, the 25th, we were lead out of the campgrounds and
onto the dike road of Blackfoot Reservoir by a pair of feigning Killdeer and their four fledglings
running along behind them looking all the world like baby chicks.
These four are the first …
October 12-17, 2012 Adios Jackson Hole, we are off to Lava Hot Springs in Southern Idaho. SWEET! Jim and I love hot springs and Lava has several to choose from. We decide to stay at a nice clean motel across the street from the state run springs which has 5 pools ranging from 102 degrees to about 109. After soaking for a few hours we have a delicious Thai meal at our favorite local Thai restaurant. We needed to soak BADLY. Helping our friends move boxes ...
This was one of our long days. We were on the road for over 400 miles and were ready for the hotel when we got there (as you'll see from the 2 videos near the end). We were getting a little silly. The drive through Salt Lake City was the worst of the whole trip. ...
... State Park im Salt Lake. Schließlich wollte ich doch schon immer mal im Großen Salzsee "schweben". Wir sind fast allein auf der Insel und so geht auch außer uns an der Bridger Bay niemand sonst ins Wasser. Später gibts auch noch einige "tierische Begegnungen" :-)
Vom Großen Salzsee ...
... of carp! I am watching the local news
for more on this.
We have had a quiet, peaceful past five
days, thankfully not much to report on, still I had daily bird counts
of 22 to 27 species, with two or three different ones each day, nightly campfires and cookouts, beautiful sunsets and dark night skies with lots of satellites and more
shooting stars than jets!
Well until I have something more
exciting to say,
Take Care, be kind,
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsAura Soma Lava Lava Hot Springs
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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.