Popular Hot Spring Near Twin Falls Will Be Closing Indefinitely
The popular hot springs made the announcement on their Facebook page and on their website. Banbury Hot Springs will be closing indefinitely at the beginning of next month.
Banbury Hot Springs is closing starting October 3rd. But don't fret, they plan on reopening as soon as they can, even better. According to the explanation on the website, the hot springs is over due for a make over and that is exactly what they plan on doing.
Banbury stated that because the facility has been open since 1920 and they could not operate while doing major remodels, they will have to close for the season. They do not, at this time, know how long it is going to take for the remodel.
I am excited to see what kind of make over this wonderful place is going to make. It is one of the best family attractions that you can do year round in the area and, while I am sad that it is going to be closed for a little bit, I am excited to see what changes are going to be made.
The official statement from Banbury Hotsprings:
"Established in 1920, Banbury Hot Springs has served and benefited our community for more than 100 years. Consequently, this historic facility is experiencing its age and, because of this, we are needing to focus on revitalizing significant infrastructure. Unfortunately, it will not be possible for us to remain open during this process which will take a significant amount of time. In addition, we do not have a designated projection of how long this closure will last, yet facilities will become open as they are available. When those times arise, we will publish those updates here on our website as well as on our Facebook page.
As of October 3, 2022 Banbury swimming and camping will be closed to the public to begin the process. We recognize the consequences of Banbury’s absence in our community and we appreciate your understanding as well as your patronage over the years in making Banbury a part of your lives. We look forward to providing for our community in the future."