Sierra Hot Springs Near Sierraville
Seven hundred acres bordering National Forest land, located in the midst of an alpine valley, a mere 20-30 minutes from Sierraville, California one can experience Sierra Hot Springs year round. Also known as Campbell Hot Springs, Sierra is a nonprofit establishment run by residents with a mission of stewardship for the beautiful land. When you’re not soaking enjoy a hike, indulge in a massage or other spa treatment, or attend one of the many enriching events or yoga classes offered.
Sierra Hot Springs Facilities
Four glorious soaking options are available to visitors to Sierra Hot Springs. One can enjoy the hot pool with two cold plunges located in the Temple Dome looking out through stained glass skylights. A warm pool is located outside the dome which is surrounded by a large sundeck. The Meditation pool gives the appearance of a natural pool with a sweet sandy bottom. Don’t forget to enjoy the private rooms inside the Phoenix Bathhouse. There is definitely something for everyone! Sierra Hot Springs embraces nature, all pool areas are clothing optional. Pets are not allowed.
Hot Springs Rates:
Day rates are available Thursday – Sunday. One person must hold a membership, which can be purchased upon arrival and does not include use of the facilities Harbin Hot Springs and Sierra Hot Springs are sister properties and hone each other’s memberships.
Sierra Hot Springs offers overnight guests a Main Lodge, Globe Hotel, camping and RV spots (no hookups) to rest their relaxed souls. The Main Lodge offers free wi-fi. The Lodge and Globe Hotel offer well-equipped guest kitchens for those who want to cook for themselves.
Directions to Sierra Hot Springs
From I-80 take exit 188B in Truckee, go North on Highway 89 approximately 30 minutes to Sierraville. The Globe Hotel is at the intersection of Highways 89 and 49. To reach the Main Lodge and Springs, turn right onto Highway 49, then turn right on Lemon Canyon Road. Take the next right onto Campbell Hot Springs Road. Follow this road to the Main Lodge.
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