Located in the southeast corner of Idaho, Soda Springs is the seat of Caribou County. The city is home to the largest man made geyser. Soda Springs Geyser shoots cold carbonated water every hour. Because of the natural springs in the area it was a common stop on the Oregon Trail west to Oregon and California. Today, Soda Springs offers modern life in a historical setting.
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83276 Soda Springs Idaho Homes and Lifestyle
Age of Homes The average home in Soda Springs was built in the 70's. However, plenty of homes can be found built within the last 15 years. The area also has a good deal of older homes built before 1939. This shows the history of the community, which has been around for more than a 150 years.
Home Values As of June 2011, the average home value in Soda Springs is $100,000. Most homes in the Soda Springs area possess three bedrooms with parking for two cars. They are actually larger than the usual Idaho homes.
Area Information Historically gold mining was a large industry for the city. Ranching and livestock have been in the area for most of the time it has been in existence, and are still important industries in the area today. Phosphate mining and processing has been popular in the area since the turn of the 20th century.
Neighborhoods & Parks: Soda Springs is a close-knit community. The city has seasonal events for major holidays and a library. The small town atmosphere and friendly environment makes it a wonderful place to live. Available for those of all ages to enjoy are: - Downtown park with Soda Springs Geyser. - Many parks associated with the historic Oregon Trail in the area. - Several other historically sights in the area. - Located around natural springs, the area has plenty of outdoor recreation available.
The city is located on the Oregon Trail Bear Lake Scenic Byway and the Pioneer Historic Byway. Many other parks display the history of the city including its railroad, soda water and pioneer roots. Other parks feature and preserve the beauty of the natural landscape. Outdoor activities in the area include cross country skiing trails at Kelly Park, as well as hiking and snowmobile trails.
Nearby Shopping There are a number of shopping opportunities in Soda Springs, anything that one would need. There is a Costco department store, True Value hardware store, a grocery store, clothing stores and a local farmer’s market along with many other options to choose from. Also available are establishments for flowers, furniture, sporting goods and pharmacy needs. Soda Springs is a friendly old fashioned city with a rich history. Today it makes a great home. It should certainly be considered when looking for your Idaho property.
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Listing information last updated on February 23rd, 2017 at 10:37am MST.