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AROUND Three Rivers Resort

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Three Rivers Resort is a proud partner of Three Rivers Rafting. 

For Rafting information:

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or call (208) 669-3055


For hiking and backpacking trails:

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When looking for trail information, the closest trailers to Three Rivers Resort include those located in the following districts:

~Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness

~Lochsa/Powell Ranger District

~Moose Creek Ranger District

Please help us keep our beautiful wilderness clean and pristine.  Pack it in... pack it out and please leave it better than you found it!


We do offer weekly rentals in the spring and fall which is perfect for the avid hunter.  Please give us a call for more information.

You can click HERE for Idaho Fish and Game for more hunting information, licenses (available for purchase online), and more.

Hot Springs

Hot Springs Around Three Rivers Resort:

Weir Creek Hot Springs: around Mile Marker 141

0.5 Miles Total, 200 foot gain, Out-and-Back Trail

A short hike to a wonderful wild hot springs close to Three Rivers Resort.

After parking at the trailhead, follow the well-defined trail on the left side of Weir Creek for about half a mile. The trail passes multiple campsites that see heavy use. The trail ends after this short climb at the hot springs. Enjoy the hot water!

Tips:  This is located before Jerry Johnson Hot Springs look for a parking lot around mile marker 141 on Highway 12.  This hot spring is heavily used so try to get there as early as possible and pack out trash


Jerry Johnson Hot Springs:  Located between mile marker 152 & 153 Hwy 12

2.6 Miles Total, 150 foot gain, Out-and-Back Trail

This area is used very frequently, resulting in abuse of the land. There is a problem with trash and clothing left behind. For this reason, it is a day use only. Please help protect and keep this area clean!  Jerry Johnson’s features pools with rock walls, some with sandy clear bottoms and others with silt.  The 1st of 3 sources, knowns as the waterfall pools are submerged until late summer (end of August), while the other 2 sources have pools that are available for soaking year round.  The trailhead is easy to spot because of the pack bridge crossing over the Lochsa River and the Warm Springs Trailhead sign. There is a large parking area across the road from the bridge with an outhouse. Cross the road and the bridge to the information bulletin board. Take a right to follow Warm Springs Trail #49 south along the creek for about one mile. The trail strolls along Warm Springs Creek and a cedar forest. There is evidence of burn from the forest fire in 2012, but plenty of new growth springing up as well. Be prepared to soak with strangers, some without clothing! Spend the day relaxing and taking in the beautiful scenery, then pack it all up and head out the same way you came in.

Stanley Hot Springs: mile marker 122

9.6 miles, 1,971 elevation gain, Out-and-Back Trail

Stanley Hot Springs is a 9.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Three Rivers, Hwy 12 in Idaho that features hot springs and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, camping, and backpacking and is best used from June until September. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. The Trailhead is located at Wilderness Gateway, mile marker 122. From Three Rivers: 26 miles up river on Highway 12  to Wilderness Gateway Campground mile marker 122. Go past Loops A and B, and the amphitheater, to the trail 211 parking area.

Please help us keep our beautiful wilderness clean and pristine.  Pack it in... pack it out and please leave it better than you found it!


Click HERE to go to Idaho Fish and Game where you can find all information, purchase a fishing licenses, and more.

Looking for a guided fishing trip on one of the most beautiful, pristine rivers in the world?  Give Three Rivers Rafting a call at (208) 669-3055. They offer guided fishing trips as well!

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