Treefort Music Festival is fast approaching, and with five days of music, art, food, and other shenanigans comes a need to rest and recover. We compiled a list of easily accessible hot springs and bloody marys to come to your aid after the party.
Red Feather Lounge – Downtown Boise
It won’t be a surprise if you visit Red Feather Lounge once or twice during the festival, but while you’re there, be sure to check out their iconic bloody mary. A drink and a snack, this Boise classic gives life to both the locals and visitors alike.
The Springs – Idaho City
The Springs hot springs retreat is just a short drive northeast of Boise in the historic mining town of Idaho City. Take a soak in a state-of-the-art hot pool fed by a natural hot spring and relax with a massage after a long day of Treefort fun. With nighttime hours, The Springs is a perfect location to watch the stars or warm up on a cool spring evening.
Bacon – Downtown Boise
Honestly, with a name like Bacon, we would expect nothing less than a killer bloody mary. Enjoy the morning after, or anytime during your downtown stay. Note- Bacon transforms into Berryhill by night, so be sure to stop by before 3pm!
Roystone Hot Springs – Sweet
Nestled in the Sweet Valley, Roystone Hot Springs is a great spot for a quick dip or a day of recreation. Splash around in the natural hot springs pool or soak in the large jetted hot tub. The hot springs water comes out of the ground at 140 degrees Fahrenheit and is cooled to 98 degrees for the pool and 104 degrees Fahrenheit for the hot tub, a perfect way to soak away a long day.
Fork – Downtown Boise
Not only can you order a delicious bloody mary anytime at Fork in Downtown Boise, but on the weekends, you’re invited to create your own. With a huge assortment of hot sauces, salts, and pickled vegetables, there’s certainly something to please every taste at this build-your-own bloody mary bar.
Make the most out of your time in Boise and explore! As always, please drink responsibly and have fun.
Published on February 14, 2017