Soda Springs

Located in Caribou County, Soda Springs was founded around 1870. The town was named Soda Springs after the hundreds of natural springs found in the region many of which contain carbonated water. These springs were known by early Native Americans and, later, trappers and Oregon Trail travelers, making Soda Springs a popular destination point.

The city features many parks and famous springs such as Hooper Springs Park and Octagon Springs Park where you can drink directly from the carbonated springs.

Be sure to visit Geyser Park where you can see the only captive geyser in the world. It goes off every hour on the hour and features historical markers around the entire park.



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