Stroll Through The Most Unique Little Garden In Idaho At The Lava Hot Springs Sunken Gardens

The small town of Lava Hot Springs in Bannock County is most well-known for its world-famous hot mineral pools. The year-round resort is not only picturesque but contains some of the most relaxing, no-sulfur waters in all of Idaho, as well. Travelers come from all over the world to soak in them, but few people realize that the pools aren’t the only thing worth checking out. Located right next to the resort is the most unique little garden, known as the Sunken Gardens, and it’s worth checking out when you’re in the area.

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Have you walked through the Sunken Gardens in Lava Hot Springs? It turns out this tiny community is home to all sorts of unique gems! Share your thoughts and experiences with us in the comments below.

Address: Lava Hot Springs, ID 83246, USA