Sharkey Hot Springs
This site is a popular destination for soaking, biking, picnicking and scenic viewing. It includes two soaking pools, restrooms, changing rooms, picnic tables, a large group fire ring and a parking area. The site is named for B.F. Sharkey, an early settler of Lemhi County. The springs were originally developed around 1890 and attracted people from the Lemhi Valley and Salmon River area.
With your help BLM can continue to make Sharkey Hot Springs an amazing place to visit. Funds go towards cleaning and upkeep of all facilities.
Directions: 19 miles southeast of Salmon, Idaho.
Traveling southeast of Salmon on Highway 28 to Tendoy, then turn north and follow the signs for Warm Springs Road and Sharkey Hot Springs. The Hot Springs are located about 5 miles from Tendoy, Idaho.
- $3/person; $20 annual pass; 16 years old and under are free
- Federal Interagency Recreation Pass accepted here
- Use season: year-round, may need snowmachine in winter months
- No camping allowed at or near the site
- No dogs or use of soap, shampoo, detergents, or glass containers
POOLS ARE EMPTIED AND CLEANED ON WEDNESDAYS - 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM