Hello and Welcome!

Hello and Welcome! Burgdorf Hot Springs is a rustic resort nestled in the mountains of central Idaho, just north of McCall. Our natural, mineral hot springs are available to both day guests & cabin guests.  During the Summer we can be accessed by car via Warren Wagon Road however in the Winter, access is available to snowmobiles only. We are closed for short periods in late Fall and early Spring due to limited access.  Please scroll down or follow us on Facebook for regular updates. We look forward to seeing you soon!
~Burgdorf Hot Springs

9 Responses to Hello and Welcome!

  1. Wendell Thomas says:

    Just interested in renting a cabin for two days around July 28th, 2012. Please let me know if that is a possibility.

  2. David Perkins says:

    Is it advisable to bring a 26 foot motorhome into Burgdorf? I’m a bit concerned about the condition of the road. I have never been up the Warren Wagon road. Thanks for information you can give me in this regard and also on camping spots in the area.

    • Burgdorf Admin says:

      The road is closed to all automobiles. At this time you can only access Burgdorf via snowmobiles or other snow-approved vehicles. There is a great camp ground right next to Burgdorf Hot Springs however it is only open in the summer months.

  3. Janet Larimopre says:

    Is use of hot tubs included in cabin rental?

    • Burgdorf Admin says:

      Yes, Cabin Rental is $35 per adult which includes your swimming on both the day you arrive and the day you depart. Also included are hotel taxes and all fees so your true total is $35 / Adult per night. We hope to see you soon!

  4. Lisa says:

    We do some type of a snowmobile trip every year. I would like as much info you can give me . I have heard you stay someplace then ride to your place then back. Unfortunately we are an older group with limited funds but we still like to play too Thanks Lisa

    • Burgdorf Admin says:

      Hi Lisa,
      Our Hot Springs is located 30 miles from McCall, just off of Warren Wagon Road. The first 10 miles of road are plowed in the winter, while the last 20 are groomed for snowmobile access. There is a free snowmobile parking lot where the winter road ends and the trail begins. If you need to rent snowmobiles they can be reserved through Cheap Thrills Rentals in McCall. Cheap Thrills will have the snowmobiles ready and waiting at the trail head on the day that you reserve. As for our facilities, we have 13 cabins for rent sleeping 2 – 10 people in each cabin. The cabins are all outfitted with wood stoves and beds, but do not have electricity. Our prices are available under the “stay” section of our site. It’s good to think of a trip to Burgdorf like a camping trip. You need to bring everything but firewood, and a bed (And you need to bring your own sleeping bag). We have a limited lunch/dinner menu in our lodge and the prices include swimming in the hot springs for the duration of your stay. We hope to hear from you soon.. If you would like more prompt answers, please call us at 208 636 3036.

  5. Jenni says:

    Hello! I have been coming to Burgdorf for the last 25 years & I have seen it change many hands but still loved it the same! My husband and I plan on coming this Friday for the weekend & thought about renting a cabin. The last owners did not allow any dogs on site. Since new management there seems to be many improvements & we were curious if they are welcome to stay with us if we were to rent a cabin? If not we are willing to camp down the road & still visit. How much snow is still in the area? Hope to hear from you soon! Thanks 🙂

  6. Lonny B. says:

    What are the names of the campgrounds that are close to Burgdorf Hot Springs. We are planning a trip with our camp trailer in the next couple months. Thanks for your help, Lonny

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