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When you need a great place to get away from it all, the Real America region has what you are looking for. You can relax your mind and body at the many hot springs resorts listed in our Hot Springs Itinerary.

Hot springs are a relaxing and natural way to enjoy a unique feature of Idaho's landscape. The most renowned, Lava Hot Springs, was once a winter village site for Native Americans which now can be enjoyed all year long.

Sometimes you just need a soak. Doesn't matter whether you are looking for a relaxing way to close the day or an invigorating, morning kick-off; Montana has more than a dozen hot spring pools. All fed from geothermal features.

Mother Nature, with all of her natural wonders, is never short of pleasing surprises. Natural hot springs, the natural spa, is a heavenly experience in the great outdoors. One of the hot springs capitals of the world, Wyoming offers an abundant resource or hot spring spas.

Hot Springs, in South Dakota, features the Evans Plunge, the world's largest natural warm-water indoor swimming pool, which is a consistent 30.5° C (87° F). Besides the swimming area, there are three water slides, sauna, steam room, two spas, executive center and more.

Below you'll find links to some of the region's best Hot Spring locations:




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