Miracle and Murrieta Hot Springs Updates

Miracle Hot Springs Closed Indefinitely After Second Death

California’s Miracle Hot Springs has been closed indefinitely due to safety concerns. This follows the discovery of a second body in less than two years.

The Forest Service is prioritizing public safety and looking for a long-term solution to address the issue. The cause of the deaths is still unknown.

This tragic incident highlights the significance of being responsible while enjoying outdoor activities and following safety guidelines when visiting natural hot springs.

Murrieta Hot Springs is Back After 30 Years

Murrieta Hot Springs ResortAfter nearly 30 years, the iconic hot springs have returned as a modern wellness resort, offering over 50 geothermal pools, spa services and comfortable lodging.

From its humble beginnings in 1902 to its unique chapters as a training ground for a minor league baseball team and a vegetarian commune, Murrieta Hot Springs has always been an iconic SoCal destination.

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