Wilbur Hot Springs Resort

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Place Category: Northern California Hot Springs and WilliamsPlace Tags: Camping, Clothing Optional, Commercial, Massage, and Overnight

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    Wilbur Hot Springs Resort in California

    Founded in 1865, Wilbur Hot Springs features a clothing optional hot springs resort, overnight lodging, massage, dining, activities, yoga and events. Wilbur is located in Colusa County Northern California and is approximately 22 miles west of Williams, 22 miles east of Clear Lake and 140 miles (2.5 hours) northeast of San Francisco. Surrounded by epic beauty, travelers will find peace of mind and soul at this amazing retreat.
     
    Region: Northern California / Williams
     

    Wilbur Hot Springs Resort Facilities

    The healing waters at Wilbur are nestled under a Japanese-style “Fluminarium”, where water feeds 3 long pools in addition to one outdoor pool. Frolic and relax because all of the hot springs pools, sauna and deck areas are clothing optional.
     

    Overnight Accomidations

    Overnight guests have a variety of options to rest their heads. The Solar Lodge is a spacious and sunny passive-solar building on a hill overlooking the Wilbur valley. It features six private rooms and a 5-bed bunk room. Seven duplex cabins and one Suite cabin are located just below the Solar Lodge. The Suite cabin includes a private kitchen/dining/living area as well as an outdoor deck. The historic hotel contains the common spaces for guests including a large, well-equipped community kitchen, two dining rooms, library, lobby/Country Store, wrap-around veranda and two private rooms with shared bath.
     
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    Wilbur Hot Springs Directions

    A beautifully scenic drive to Wilbur Hot Springs, coming from the Bay Area begins on Highway 80. From there, take Interstate 505 North to Highway 16 and west onto Highway 20. Once on Highway 20 turn right onto Bear Valley Road, only about 675 feet from the turn onto Highway 20. Four miles down this dirt road turn left across the silver bridge. One mile further arrive at Wilbur Hot Springs.

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    1 Review on “Wilbur Hot Springs Resort”

    1. Ana Jacobsen Wilbur Hot Springs Resort
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      Do not go there! Came here with my mom to spend the day. On their website they say that since there’s no food available for purchase, they have a community kitchen that’s available for everyone to cook at. We brought food for cooking, and, when we got there we were informed that the kitchen was being used for an event and was unavailable. We had to improvise with snacks and had to leave earlier without enjoying the full day we paid for (and it’s not cheap!). When I complained about, I got no explanations as to why I wasn’t informed that the kitchen wouldn’t be available at the day of my reservation, nor attempts to make it up to me. Expensive prices that don’t match their service at all! Don’t recommend!

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