All Hot Springs in Northern California

Northern California Hot Springs

Northern California spans the state’s northernmost 48 counties and contains redwood forests, along with the Sierra Nevada, Yosemite Valley and part of Lake Tahoe and Mount Shasta. For navigational ease, we have drawn a line straight across at San Fransisco to divide the regions.

With the wide expanse of mountain ranges and elevation variances, northern California can have diverse weather patterns. Snow and wet conditions are not uncommon. There are several seasonally accessible hot springs as it is always a good idea to know the area you are headed into before going. We denote if the spring has seasonal restrictions to help guide you.

Travertine Hot Springs

Mud Bath at Travertine Hot Springs in Northern California

Hot springs in northern California offer unique geothermal pool experiences from the developed Orr Hot Springs Resort and Wilbur Hot Springs to the more rustic Travertine Hot Springs in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.

Pack It In - Pack It Out
Please remember that if you pack it in, pack it out. It is our responsibility to keep these wondrous places around for future generations.

Listing of Hot Springs in Northern California

The natural hot springs listed below feature directions, descriptions, pool conditions, ratings, reviews, photos, videos and facility information as well as denoting if they are clothing optional, RV/ pet-friendly and present seasonal access restrictions.

Calistoga Hot Springs

Travertine Hot Springs

Harbin Hot Springs

Buckeye Hot Springs

Sierra Hot Springs

Roman Spa Hot Springs Resort

Orr Hot Springs Resort

Nance’s Hot Springs Resort

Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn and Spa

Stewart Mineral Hot Springs Retreat

Surprise Valley Hot Springs

Dr. Wilkinson’s Hot Springs Resort

Vichy Springs Resort

Wilbur Hot Springs