My son had read about pioneers on the Oregon trail stopping by at Soda Springs so when we drove by on our way to the Grand Tetons we decided to drop by. The geyser turns out to be in the middle of town, with a large limestone terrace from mineral deposits and a nice boardwalk circling the spring. The geyser is no longer completely natural as it has been capped and is allowed to go off every hour on the hour. When it did water shot high in the air for about five minutes, allowing ample time for taking photographs. The water is about 72F and visitors are welcome to step on the limestone terrace and to frolic under the spray. If you drive by on US 30 stop by by all means, it is free. There are bathrooms available on site as well.
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