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Drive Carefully and Obey the Speed Limit

Please remember to obey all traffic laws and drive safely to and from the event. The speed limit on Spring Shores Road & Arrowrock Road is 25 miles per hour. This is unmarked for the last mile or so of paved road and for most of the dirt road. Both Ada County and Boise County Sheriff regularly patrol this high traffic area and will pull you over for speeding. A significant number of our attendees have been pulled over for speeding and cited for various offenses. Also remember that the dirt road is very narrow, has many switchbacks and can be quite dangerous, particularly if you have had a long drive or are coming in at night. If you are coming from out-of-state, we advise you to have someone who is well-rested drive this last stretch of road. If you are local, please remember this is a high traffic time of year and there are many drivers unfamiliar with the terrain.

Overall Police Presence

This should go without saying, but remember to obey all local, state and federal laws both on and off the Twin Springs property. Boise County Sheriffs will be patrolling the roads around Twin Springs and will cite you for reckless driving, open containers and minor consumption, among other offenses. Esthetic Evolution is an 18+ event, does not sell alcohol and only allows drinking by legal adults with the proper identification and wristband. Attendees will be ejected from the event if staff catches them drinking as a minor, distributing alcohol to minors or breaking other laws.

Know Your Rights

The Boise County Sheriff is here for your protection and to ensure attendees make it to and from our event safely. If you are pulled over or questioned by a police officer, please remember to be respectful and courteous at all times. They are professionals and will treat you respectfully if you do so for them. It is your personal responsibility to know your legal rights if pulled over or detained. If you would like to know more about your rights during an arrest or traffic stop, please visit the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) website at:

or download their handy “bustcard” at:

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