Near Tendoy, Idaho
Sharkey Hot Springs does not offer reservations through Recreation.gov. Please take a look at the area details below for more information about visiting this location. Enjoy your visit!
Sharkey Hot Springs is a popular destination for soaking and relaxing. The site includes two concrete soaking pools, restrooms, heated 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 amazing place to visit. The pools are closed for cleaning every Wednesday from 9am to 1pm.