Enjoy a soothing soak in natural hot springs – Lava’s World Famous Hot Pools, Lava Hot Springs Inn, Aura Soma Lava, Riverside Hot Springs Inn, Home Hotel & Motel, or Downata Hot Springs, (near Downey). There is also water park fun to be had at the pools in Lava and Downata.
Nine holes located across from the Olympic Swimming Complex, and another nine in Lions Park on the river. It is free to play and no reservations required. Frisbees are available at several stores in Lava.
Lava has 8 great parks for fun and family reunions. No reservations needed for city parks and are on a first come-first served basis. The Lava Foundation parks require reservations.
There are many unmapped trails in the area. To ride on paved roads in Lava Hot Springs and surrounding area, all ATV’s and dirt bikes must have insurance, registration, and license with off road sticker on the vehicle. They must also have a rear view mirror, horn, tail light, headlight, brake light, turn signals and riders under 18 years old must wear a helmet. You cannot ride on any STATE or FEDERAL maintained roadway. County roads o.k. unless restricted by individual county, city, etc.
Feel the Thrill! Check out Lava’s newest zipline adventure. Year round family fun for everyone. Zip line tours arranged daily. Special group tours available upon request. Come on out for some fun!
Fishing Seminars and Maps at Trail Creek Lodge, Soda Springs. Stream, lake and ice fishing around the area. License required (available at Sunnyside Sinclair, 10124 E. Highway 30). Info from Idaho State Fish and Game at 208-232-4703 or Online.
Pebble Creek Ski Area (just north of Lava near Inkom) boasts a 2,200-foot vertical drop, 54 runs, large gladed areas, and three chairlifts. Fun, friendly, affordable!
Available all around the area. Snow shoe rentals and trails at Baker Ranch. Cross-country skiing is best at Pebble Creek Camp Grounds, off the Blazer Highway.