Nat-Soo-Pah Hot Springs


Located in the southern part of  Twin Falls County, ID, about 16 miles south of Twin Falls on Highway 93 headed towards Nevada and 3 ½ miles East of the town of Hollister, ID off of US Hwy 93 You will find a great resort and campgrounds called Nat-Soo-Pah

Nat-Soo-Pah is an Indian name meaning “Magic Mineral Water.” About a hundred years ago the Shoshone Indians lived in the nearby foothills and used this spring for baths. Some of the earlier settlers built bathhouses for men and women, and in approximately 1926 the pool was built.


Nat-Soo-Pah Today


Today Nat-Soo-Pah is a cozy resort, family-owned and oriented. Nat-Soo-Pah has a large swimming pool that is naturally heated by thermal water bubbling up from the high-desert terrain.

The pool is (125’ X 50’) and the water is 99 F and has high mineral content. Swimming in it is both enjoyable and beneficial for your health. All kids, as well as teens, enjoy the big slide and the two diving boards on different sides of the pool.

Both the Hot Tub and Hot Soak Pool are located in the pool area for the adults and tired swimmers, so they can sit in the warm water and relax. You want to be careful the Hot Soak Pool is HOT; they try to keep the temperature between 104 F and 106 F.

They are open May 1 – Labor Day

Pool Hours

12 PM – 10 PM weekdays,

10 AM -10 PM Saturday and Sunday.


For your safety their Lifeguards are on duty at all times.


If you are interested there is plenty of room by the pool and other areas to just relax and sunbathe.

Indoor Activities

There is an arcade room with a pool table and a jukebox.


Tasty snacks and cold drinks are waiting for the swimmers: Their specialties are Red Baron pizza and Slush Puppies. Many fun water playthings are available for rent or feel free to bring your own.

Camping and RV

Nat-Soo-Pah has several lovely shaded RV spots with clean picnic tables and grilling equipment on the big property, so no one will feel crowded. They have a total of 75 campsites, 29 of them are a full hookup with water and electricity.

So if you bring your RV you can use their RV Dumping station. The tent area is grassy and shaded also, so feel free to try it!

The campsite is pet friendly but no dogs are allowed in the hot springs area.  


Restrooms, locker rooms, warm showers, snack bar, and payphones.

Why Choose Nat-Soo-Pah

All in all, Nat-Soo-Pah is a great venue for family or church reunions, any parties, and weddings, church groups, boy scouts or just for spending some quality time outdoors with your family. Come soon and check us out! Reservations for large groups are advised.

Whether you are camping or just visit us for a day, we guarantee: you will have a great time! The weather is normally hot and clear during the summer season, with lovely warm nights.

Come soon to enjoy the ‘Magic Mineral Water’ at Nat-Soo-Pah!

Call them at (208) 655-4337.

There were 7 families represented here and we had a fantastic time.

They have swimming and hot tubs and lots of sites have water and electric hookups.

There are restrooms available and there are even lots of tent sites as well.

I left the information above so you can call and make reservations for your next family get-together or party.

Other Attractions

Back on highway 93 is an American cuisine restaurant called Buster’s Restaurant & Saloon they have some great food. So if you get hungry give them a try.

Going south on highway 93 is a place called Idaho Heritage Museum. You might want to check them out they have some very interesting things for you to look at