Participants and families are encouraged to come and camp on site! Dispersed camping on the eastern bank of the Bailey Creek Spring is FREE, its QUIET, and PEACEFUL… Porta-Potties and drinking water, tables, and fire-pits will be available. With the exception of coolers/large bags that we will shuttle for you, everything you bring will be packed in on your back (about ½ mile of easy walking). Please bring your own portable camp-stoves, camping chairs, and tents (portable tents only, no RVs or rooftop tents since you are not driving to the campsite). Participants are welcome to cool-off in the creek, but no shower facilities are available on site.
Those looking for more modern accommodations will have several options in Soda Springs–All located within 10 miles from the start of the race.
Book early to reserve your room!
Caribou Lodge ~ https://www.cariboulodgesoda.com/
Cobblestone Inn & Suites ~ https://www.staycobblestone.com/id/soda-springs
JR Inn ~ https://www.jr-inn.com/
RV campers also have nearby options– Spaces fill up quick in the summertime, so reserve early!
Willow Creek RV Park ~ 208-221-4637
Brigham Young Lodge and RV Park ~ 208-547-3009
Caribou RV Park ~ 208-547-3377 ~ https://www.cariboulodgesoda.com/rv-park
FUEL AND FOOD
The last chance to fuel up your vehicle and purchase supplies will be in Soda Springs at one of several grocery or hardware stores.
Before leaving town for packet pickup, consider a pre-race meal or groceries at one of the following locations:
Geyser View Restaurant ~ http://endershotel.org/restaurant.html
Soda Sip Coffee Shop ~ https://soda-sip.business.site/?utm_source=gmb&utm_medium=referral
Broulims Grocery Store ~ https://broulims.com/soda_springs
Lallatin’s Food Town ~ http://www.lallatin.com/
Caribou Jacks Trading Co & BBQ ~ 50 E Second South, 208-547-4326
Main Street Diner ~ 71 South Main Street, 208-547-3928
Porter’s Pub ~ 84 South Main St, 208-530-0285
Gonzalez Mexican Restaurant ~ 10 North- 3 East, 208-547-1043
Cedar View Supper Club ~ 2525 US-30, 208-547-4112
Extend your race weekend to include a visit at some of the following local attractions
Lava Hot Springs: Natural hot pools and more, just 30 minutes down the road
Soda Springs Historical Museum: Take a tour of a historic restored hotel and pioneer gift-shop
Geyser Park: See a 100-foot geyser that erupts every hour, on the hour
Hooper Springs Park: Taste for yourself how ‘Soda Springs’ got its name nearly 160 years ago… Clear, sparkling water bubbles up from the ground just 2 miles north of town
Alexander Reservoir: Fishing, Boating, Tubing a stone’s throw from the center of Soda Springs