Orr Hot Springs Resort

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Place Category: Hot Springs in Northern California and UkiahPlace Tags: Cabins, Camping, Clothing Optional (Nude), Commercial, Massage, and Overnight

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    Orr Hot Springs Resort Near Ukiah

    If you are passing through the Ukiah or Mendocino area of California, there is a calm and tranquil oasis called Orr Hot Springs Resort that you should surely take some time out to visit while here. This alluring natural attraction is located on Orr Spring road, which is between the towns of Mendocino and Ukiah. Orr Hot Spring is privately owned and is located on twenty-seven (27) acres of forested land, right by the headwaters of the Big River and is regarded as one of the best hot springs in the country. Orr Hot Springs also offers the additional value of accommodations on property, which makes it the perfect spot to get away to for a few days with friends or family.
     

    Orr Hot Pools Information

    Orr Hot Springs provides a variety of hot pool options for the discerning visitor. There are two communal tubs, five private tubs, two star gazing tubs, the Trilby Spring and the Cold Pool, all of these therapeutic hot pools are located within the Bathhouse. The hot pools are fed by underground hot springs that provide naturally occurring hot water with an approximate temperature of 106 degrees Fahrenheit. The hot waters contain calcium, potassium, boron, sulfur and an abundance of other natural minerals which provides you with rejuvenating and healthy benefits when you take a soak in one of the seven available hot pools.

    The two communal tubs are the hottest on the property, ranging in temperature from 107- 108 degrees for the first tub and 104- 105 degrees for the second. Each tub can comfortably accommodate about eight people. The temperature of the private tubs ranges from 104-107degrees, and are built for one person. The star gazing tubs reaches a maximum temperature of approximately 106 degrees and comfortably accommodate two people at any given time. These tubs are perfect for couples who want to enjoy the alluring wonders of the many galaxies up above while being rejuvenated in therapeutic hot waters. It is also perfect for anyone who enjoys relaxing and being at one with nature. The Cold Pool with temperatures of 60-75 Fahrenheit provides a refreshing option to cool off after soaking in any of the seven therapeutic hot springs.
     

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    Orr Hot Springs Resort Facilities

    Orr Hot Springs Resort offers you the option of just staying for the day or spending the night. If you choose to stay overnight, you can pick from cabins, yurts, cottages or camping. Overall, Orr Hot Springs Resort includes over 20 rooms, most of which have a rustic, unique and laid back feel because they were formerly used as resident cabins when the property served as a local community in the early part of the 20th century. The yurts and a couple of the cabins are recent additions and are the perfect choice for you if you desire a more modern look and feel for your accommodation. The cabins have either private or shared bathroom facilities, the bathroom facilities for the yurts are separate, and the cottages have private bathrooms. There are also six camping sites available, and there is not an option to pre-book camping sites, they are only sold as walk-in options and are based on availability. Orr Hot Spring Resort also facilitates Van Camping; you are however required to sleep in your van if taking advantage of this option.

    Orr Hot Springs resort also provides extensive parking, including handicap accessibility. There is also a large communal kitchen facility to cook your meals since the resort does not sell any food.
     

    Orr Hot Springs History

    Orr Hot Springs has been around for centuries and is located along a route that was taken by native Americans to the Mendocino Coast. It is also said that warring tribes decided to peacefully co-exist while at the site of the hot springs to enjoy the perceived health benefits that Orr Hot Springs offered. Orr Hot Springs got popular in the late 18th century when city folk who heard about the health benefits of the hot springs started visiting in large numbers; this resulted in the need for accommodations and the cabins at the Orr Hot Springs Resort were built in the 1930s to fulfill this demand. Orr Hot Springs Resort has maintained the old world charm of the 1930s which makes it just as alluring to visitors today as it was a hundred years ago.
     

    Access and Usage Fees

    Orr Hot Springs Resort is a private facility and therefore attracts charges for access and usage. The fee for the Day use option is $30 for adults and $25 for children, booking the Day use option gives you access to all the hot springs on the property, and the communal kitchen from 10 am -10 pm. It is highly recommended that you reserve your Day use slots ahead of time since they go quickly, especially on weekends, holidays and during the summer months. For overnight accommodations, fees start from $210 plus taxes for cabins and yurts and $50 for a child. Rates for cottages start at $280 for two adults; there is a third adult fee of $60 that applies for all accommodations. If you want to spend a little less, camping fees start at $70 for adults and $35 for children.
     

    Seasonal Access Information

    Orr Hot Springs Resort is open all year round. It is generally a popular attraction; however, the demand is higher in the summer months and on weekends. If you want to visit when there are fewer people around, you can book your trip during the week in the winter season; this is when the beautiful resort has the least amount of traffic.
     

    Orr Hot Springs Resort Driving Directions

    If you are driving from south of Ukiah, you will go north on Highway 101 and take the 551 exit for North State Street. You will then turn right on North State Street and proceed for about ¼ miles north; you will then make a left turn onto Orr Springs Road and continue for about 12 miles until you see the Orr Hot Springs Resort parking lot on the left.
    If driving from north of Ukiah, go south on Highway 101 and take Exit 551 for North State Street. You will head about ¼ miles, then turn left on Orr Springs Road, continue for 12 miles and look out for the parking lot on the left.
    When headed from Mendocino, go east on Comptche-Ukiah Road, this road becomes Orr Springs Road east of Comptche, and the total driving distance is approximately 31 miles. You will get to the Orr Springs Resort parking lot on the right about 2 miles after passing the entrance to the Montgomery Woods State Reserve.
     

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