city in Caribou County, Idaho, United States
- 1 Geyser Park, 39 W 1st S. The main attraction of Soda Springs is the Geyser. It is not entirely a natural phenomenon, though. It was unexpectedly released during well drilling for a swimming pool thermal water source in 1937. Cold water powered by pressurized carbon dioxide was shooting 100 feet into the air. It has been capped and a timer releases it for a couple of minutes once every hour. There is a visitor center at the site.
- 2 Hooper Spring Park, 1805 Government Dam Rd (north of the town). Hooper spring is a source of potable carbonated water. The water has a relatively strong irony flavour and is an acquired taste.
- [dead link] Soda Springs Rentals, toll-free: . Homey two to four bedroom cabins in Soda Springs, just west of Truckee in the North Lake Tahoe area.
Located 30 mi (48 km) southeast of Soda Springs on US30, Montpelier is near the Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge and 15 mi (24 km) from the Wyoming border.
- 3 National Oregon/California Trail Center, 320 North 4th St, Montpelier, ☏ , toll-free: . An indoor simulated wagon train experience recreates the 1850s Oregon Trail with live actors, a gun shop and mercantile post. Ride in a covered wagon and circle the wagon train for the evening at the Clover Creek Encampment.
|Routes through Soda Springs|
|Pocatello ← Lava Hot Springs ←||W E||→ Jct N S → Kemmerer → Rock Springs|