Heise Hot Springs

5116 E Heise Rd, Ririe, ID 83443


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GPS: 43.6405,-111.684

Heise Hot Springs is located at 5116 E Heise Rd, Ririe, Idaho 83443 with a total of 215 campsites. Before your trip to Heise Hot Springs, check out website at http://www.heisehotsprings.net/ or contact them through 208-538-7312 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

43.6405, -111.684

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 43.6405, -111.684


Hookups 50 Amp 30 Amp 20 Amp water sewer Full Hookups
Recreation swimming pool
Site Amenities picnic table pull thru
Facilities laundry restrooms
Pets pets

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Overview of Heise Hot Springs

Last Price Paid: $35

Reported by Explorateurs / Alowetta & Marc on 01.26.2017

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4,986 ft / 1,519 m

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  • Off the beaten path, far off

    Reviewed 26/1/2017

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 20

    Site number: Big Rock section

    Heise Hot Springs RV Park is about 6 miles off the Highway 26, and about 25 miles from Idaho Springs Idaho. This is a destination Park, billed as a Hot Springs getaway. There is a Hot Springs pool that is open to the public and very popular on the weekends, as is the Park.The RV Park is actually 3 different areas, scattered about 1/4 mile apart. There are 'seasonal' sites close to the Office, Pizza place and hot springs. These RV sites are occupied by mostly full-timers that come for the entire summer. The other 2 sections are further away, and across the road from the main area.The RV Park sits right on the Snake River and there are parts of the area that are beautiful. Near the hot springs area, there are picnic tables and large trees that provide a picturesque setting for a lunch or fishing afternoon.There is a small 9-hole golf course, a pizza place that makes decent pizza and the hot springs. In addition, there is a Zipline that traverses the ridge above the remote sections of the campground.The sites are grass and gravel, and surprisingly further apart than many Parks. During the week, there were never more than 6 occupants of our section, except for the weekends. Locals from Idaho starting arriving on Thursday night and by Friday night the entire 40 spots were filled. Then on Sunday, everyone left and we were back to just a few.The park is well maintained and pleasant to stay. We stayed in a motorhome.

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