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.
- Gonzalez Mexican & American Restaurant, ☏ . M-Sa 9AM-9PM.
- [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.
- Cobblestone Inn & Suites, 341 W 2nd S, ☏ , toll-free: , ✉ SodaSprings@StayCobblestone.com. Check-in: 3PM, check-out: 11AM. Breakfast and WiFi included. Rooms have a refrigerator, microwave, and ironing board. Non-smoking.
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|