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    Travertine Hot Springs

    Eastern Sierra’s Most Popular Hot Springs South of the small town of Bridgeport in the valley of the same name is where you will find the highly sought after Travertine Hot Springs. Located on Humboldt Toiyabe National Forest public land, generous views of the Eastern Sierra’s Sawtooth Ridge can be Read more [...]

  • Sierra Hot Springs

    Sierra Hot Springs in California 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 the residents Read more [...]

  • Shoshone Hot Spring

    Shoshone Hot Spring in California Death Valley brings epic views of the California desert. Shoshone offers no less. Wide open skies are perfect for stargazing in the Amargosa River Valley. Indulge your inner historian discovering the town’s deep history in mining and as an old railroad station. Explore the world-class Read more [...]

  • Orr Hot Springs Resort

    Orr Hot Springs Resort in California Winding mountain roads, just 12 miles outside of Ukiah bring you to the remote hideaway known as Orr Hot Springs. The South Fork Big River valley is home to this rustic resort. Surrounded by beautiful scenery and a variety of flora, one is certain Read more [...]

  • Mercey Hot Springs

    Mercey Hot Springs in California A colorful history of medicinal bottled water, Native Americans and a French man named John Merci entwine throughout 160 acres of beautiful rolling hills and pasture-land. Rich natural mineral water feeds the various hot spring pools for day or overnight visitors to relax and rejuvenate Read more [...]

  • Keough’s Hot Springs

    About Keough’s Hot Springs in California Nestled in Owen’s Valley of the Eastern Sierra’s, is where Keough’s Hot Springs calls its home. Peaceful scenery surrounds visitors who are there to play, stay, soak and enjoy the entire area. From skiing, hiking to relaxing with a massage and a hot soak, Read more [...]

  • Harbin Hot Springs

    Harbin Hot Springs Special Notice The wrath of the Valley Fire stretched far and wide, leaving devastation in its tracks. Our beloved Harbin Hot Springs did not survive unscathed. Where was once a tranquil and pristine retreat, now stands its charred remains.   As of now, Harbin is closed until Read more [...]

  • Glamis North Hot Springs Resort

    Glamis North Hot Springs in California Wide open skies with desert beauty as far as the eye can see. For 30 years, Glamis lay neglected until Cal and Roslyn Loewen swept in with a little TLC, bringing life back into this quaint Niland escape. The springs were originally discovered in Read more [...]

  • Franklin Hot Springs

    Franklin Hot Springs in California Open to the public since 1963 and family owned for decades, you’ll find yourself surrounded by nature at Franklin Hot Springs. Rustic and quaint, a place to find and enjoy the outdoors. Soak and swim all day, wildlife watch, fish or float around in your Read more [...]