Boiling Springs Rental Cabin

  

Boiling Springs Cabin

Overview

Boiling Springs Cabin is a popular destination for those who enjoy soaking in mineral hot springs. The hot springs at the cabin site, as well as others in the vicinity, have very little silt and algae. Guests who stay here also have a variety of other recreational activities to enjoy.

The cabin is accessible by car in warmer months and by snowmobile in winter. Guests arriving in snowy conditions should be prepared to snowmobile 11 miles to the cabin from the parking area. The cabin offers a few conveniences, but guests will need to bring some supplies and equipment to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable stay.

 

Natural Features:

Boiling Springs Cabin is located in a narrow mountain valley situated between a hot springs, a stream and the Middle Fork Payette River. The surrounding mountains are steep and densely forested with conifers, but the cabin sits in an open meadow with little shade.  The two-room cabin can sleep up to six people on four beds and a couch.

Wildlife enthusiasts may spot nesting ospreys along the Middle Fork Payette River. Elk and deer are often spotted grazing along its banks. Bald eagles, hawks, quail and a variety of waterfowl also inhabit the area.

 

Recreation:

Numerous hiking, biking, horse and off-road vehicle trails are in the vicinity, including the Middle Fork Trail. Many miles of groomed snowmobile trails crisscross the area in winter. Snowshoers and cross-country skiers can also use the trails in winter. Click here for an Idaho OHV safety message.

The Middle Fork Payette River offers opportunities for rafting, canoeing, kayaking and swimming. Anglers can fish for rainbow and bull trout. Big game hunting is a popular activity in the surrounding mountains.

Guests can soak in the on-site hot springs during their stay, and a few other hot springs are also nearby for soaking.

 

 

At a Glance

Current Conditions:
Livestock is not allowed at this site.  Access may be difficult in fall and late winter depending on changes in weather; The cabin may only have access by snowmobile. Check local conditions (and snow levels) for access to the cabin.   Parking is limited.  Pets are allowed at the cabin, however, they are not allowed on the furniture or beds. Please be courteous and clean up after your pet.
Operational Hours:

May  – December  (Check schedule at www.recreation.gov)

Reservations: Reservations can be made HERE at www.recreation.gov or by calling 7-877-444-6777.
Fees The cabin is a fee site - $55.56 per night.  Please call Aud & Di Campground Services at (541) 351-1182 or Emmett Ranger District at (208) 365-7000 four days prior to arrival date to confirm the lock combination for the cabin; the combination will be in the confirmation letter but can change at any time. Maximum occupancy is 5 people. 
Usage: Medium
Restrictions:
Travel into remote locations in the winter requires experience and advance preparation. Be prepared for winter conditions and the possibility of having to camp out on the trail overnight. Let others know of your travel plans, and carry communication, water and food. The trail to the cabin can be difficult to follow and can be very strenuous depending on snow conditions. Arrive early and allow extra time for bad weather or losing the route. Plan ahead and be prepared!  Potable water is available (hand pump) during the summer season only. Guests must bring water during the winter season.
Closest Towns: Emmett, Idaho
Water: See current conditions.
Restroom: Vault
Information Center: Facilities: The cabin accommodates six people and has one double bed and three single beds with mattresses. A couch, table and chairs, sink, propane cook range and wood stove are located in the front room. Some dishes, pots and pans may be available. Firewood is provided October 15 through December 31, but it may need to be split. No garbage service; trash must be packed out. Please do not use tents, motor homes or RVs at the cabin; Boiling Springs Campground is nearby. 

General Information

Directions:

From Boise, Idaho travel north along State Highway 55 to Banks, Idaho.  At Banks, turn right and continue east along Idaho State Highway 17 (Banks-Lowman Road) and turn left at the signed intersection to Crouch, Idaho.

Summer route: from Crouch, Idaho, travel (Middle Fork Payette River road) Forest Service (FS) Road 698 north for approximately 24 miles to the cabin.

Alternate summer route: Take FS Road 698 from Crouch to Trail Creek Campground (17 miles). Turn right on FS Road 671 to Silver Creek Plunge.

Turn left at FS Road 678 and drive 7 miles to the cabin. Total mileage from Crouch to the cabin via the alternate route is 38 miles.

Winter route:  In winter, all access is over snow. From Crouch, Idaho, travel (Middle Fork Payette River Road) Forest Service (FS) Road 698 north 13 miles to the snowmobile parking lot at the end of the plowed road on FS Road 698, just north of Tie Creek Campground.

Distance to the cabin from the trailhead is 11 miles.


General Notes:

The Middle Fork Payette River / Wet Foot Trailhead is near the cabin and includes a hitching rack and visitor information.

It serves Middle Fork Payette River (#033) and Wet Foot (#441) / Skunk Creek-Wet Foot (#041) trails. 

Southeast from the trailhead across the river is a dispersed camping area that will accommodate horses. The trailhead is located near Boiling Springs Campground and Boiling Springs rental cabin.  All trailheads have space for parking.


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To rent this cabin call 1-877-444-6777 or visit the website at www.recreation.gov


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Location

 
  Latitude : 
44.36352

  Longitude : 
-115.85651

  Elevation : 
4000

 



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